In excellent mint factory original condition, we have an extremely difficult to locate U.S. WW1 Issued M-1903 Springfield Rifle that was manufactured in February, 1918 at the height of wartime production. This rifle comes with a mint 1918 dated sling a bayonet and a 1918 dated Mills made cartridge belt. You will notice the very scarce Eagle Head acceptance cartouche that was used at the height of production. As you know, most of the rifles issued during the War were the M-1917 U.S. Enfield, as M-1903 production could just not keep up with the demand of fielding an army. Almost all of these guns were rebuilt and reworked after both world wars and finding a rifle such as this is an absolute extreme rarity. Today in 2018 were are at the one hundred year mark for the fiercest fighting the US forces participated in and this is certainly an important artifact of those times and in a condition that would be impossible to find in most museums.