and barrel as the American military rifle and using the same sort of ammunition. As our military rifles are not made in sporting grades the alternative is to alter a military rifle.

No. 1 shows an Adolph Remodeled Springfield Rifle. In rebuilding, the following parts are discarded; stock, guard, bands, sights, and bolt stop pin. The barrel and action are then refinished and a sporting shape stock is made to measure to fit the user.

No. 2 shows the same arm with an Adolph telescope sight and mountings.

Nos. 3 and 4 are shown as samples of ornamentation on bolt action rifle guards.

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