1) MEXICAN MAUSER MODEL 1936. Cal. 243 Win. S# 7290. 21" Varmint weight tapered bbl. measuring 1.15" at receiver & .775" at muzzle, stamped w/ S# plus "12"; likely indicating 1 in 12 twist. Rough shaped, wide forend stock inletted & altered to single shot. Trigger guard assembly w/out floorplate. Bbl. channel approx. 1 1/4" wide & not parallel to bbl. 2 Piece Burris scope base w/ rear bridge altered to commercial Mauser shape. Action dated 1931. Lowered bolt handle w/ pear shaped knob. Military safety & shroud. Aftermarket single stage trigger. CONDITION: rough turned bbl. exterior. Receiver bridge shaped & ready for polishing. Action w/ original finish & typical wear. Bolt shroud w/ minimal finish & cocking piece has heat colored appearance. Bolt face has slight end mill marks as if for final head spacing. Near excellent bore. (18-214/NW). 2) SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1903. Cal. 30-06. S# 898952. Semi finished target rifle w/ heavy walnut stock having oval inlet in toe for swivel base & forend stepped for bbl. band. Sides of stock have epoxy capped reinforcement bolts. Right side of receiver has Lyman receiver sight base. Front bridge of receiver & bbl. drilled & tapped w/ Unertl Posa style bases at proper 7.2" spacing. 26 1/2" Bbl. measuring 1.2" at receiver. Muzzle dia. of .755" having 03 sight base incorporating unmarked globe sight w/ spirit level. Bbl. dia. behind sight base is .9". 2 Stage military trigger. Rear of cocking piece removed to lighten for quicker lock time. Lightly swept back "NS" marked bolt handle. Curved checkered steel National Match style buttplate. CONDITION: very good appearing bbl. w/ near excellent bore in need of final exterior finish. Trigger guard/floorplate assembly w/ typical marks, wear & scratches. Similar appearing receiver w/ rear bridge having 2 welded & reshaped holes. Stock inletted for long screw of sight slide w/ extra wood added to each side of slot. Stock needs final shaping, noticeably proud of buttplate & action. Missing cartridge cutoff assembly. Bolt face has slight end mill marks as if for final head spacing. (18-254/NW). 3) REMINGTON MODEL 1917. Cal. 300 Win. Mag. S# 673419. 24" Military bbl. w/ flaming bomb proof near muzzle. Rear receiver bridge ground to match front, both bridges drilled & tapped for scope bases. Modified bolt handle noticeably swept back & lowered w/out dog leg appearance. Commercial replacement trigger guard assembly w/ shaped trigger guard but missing floorplate. Sporter stock w/ shadow line Monte Carlo cheekpiece & Pachmayr ventilated pad. Checkered steel grip cap. CONDITION: military finish on bbl. Stripped receiver. Near excellent bolt shroud. Front of action appears very good, rear has shaped contour needing final polish. Good appearing trigger guard w/ light marks having trigger area opened up for specialized trigger. Area under floorplate in the white. Good appearing grip cap. Stock covered fully w/ layer of cloudy epoxy finish. Cheekpiece area has beginning sanding of finish to remove abundant epoxy & create final shape/finish. Very good bore. (18-258/NW). 4) EDDYSTONE MODEL P14. Cal 375 H&H Mag. S# 444151. Rear of receiver has filled in sight section & re-contoured like front bridge; both drilled & tapped for attached Redfield bases. Bolt altered to cock on opening w/ short striker travel & single stage adj. trigger. Lengthened replacement cast bolt handle. Handmade trigger guard w/ 6" long front tang creating single shot rifle. 25" Sporter bbl. w/ banded ramp front sight missing spring plunger retained bead. Built up area at rear of bbl. for missing multi leaf express sight. Top of bbl. marked "BRNO Arms-Czechoslovakia". CONDITION: rough heavy sporter stock inletted for much heavier full length 1 1/4" dia. bbl. Excess Microbed compound around action. Missing bolt stop, safety assemblies & follower. No loading platform. Trigger guard in the white. Very good appearing bbl. except at receiver showing light circular marks as if bbl. vice slipped. Very good bore. PROVENANCE: Estate Collection of Dennis "Denny" Lundmark. (18-266/NW). ALL MODERN. $700-1200 for lot.