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Old 05-14-2020, 05:14 AM
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Hi. New to the group here.
I seen a rifle at a local pawn shop. A magazine fed pump. The barrel said Model 44US-D. I can’t find ANY information on a pump, just bolt actions. Did someone re-barrel a savage 1903 with a Mossberg barrel? I’m very confused on it.
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Old 05-14-2020, 09:39 AM
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First,welcome aboard here!

Yeah,I'd say someone used a 44US barrel on this other gun you're looking at.
As you already know a 44US is clip fed!

Magazine fed but not tube fed,a box magazine that fits up under the receiver.
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If they did, that’s a hell of a barrel to use on a Savage 1903. But not as uncommon as you may think, sometimes you have to use what’s available.

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I know it will never happen,but I'd love to put a 44US barrel on one of my Ruger 77/22"s.
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Would love to see pictures
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How do you post pictures?
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How do you post pictures?
Here is a link to a photo program, click the browse button and locate the picture on your devise, computer or phone. Once it is finished copying, copy the forum shared link and post it here. it's free, you do not have to join up, but it is an option.
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Talking Hmmm, now if you said...

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Yeah,I'd say someone used a 44US barrel on this other gun you're looking at.
As you already know a 44US is clip fed!
Hmmm, now if you said MAGAZINE fed I would have not responded at all!!! Well maybe I might have!!!
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Old 05-23-2020, 11:27 AM
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Here are the pictures I got of it.
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It was made by Baker Gun & Forging by modifying Febiger No 2 semi-auto parts to pump action. Someone refinished it and put on the Mossberg barrel. The magazine in a Triple-K replacement for the Savage 1903.

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PS - technically the gun has a clip, it's the piece that holds the magazine in the gun. A box magazine held in by a clip is often referred to as a clip magazine or just clip for short - right or wrong. A cartridge clip is a piece that holds cartridges together, often just called a clip for short - right or wrong.

Here's a picture of an "extra clip" for a gun, for those who may still be confused about what a 'clip' is -

If anyone has any comments on this please contact Remington, not me.....

clip [klip]
-NOUN
a device, typically flexible or worked by a spring, for holding an object or objects together or in place.
synonyms:
fastener clasp hasp catch pin hook buckle lock coupler link
-VERB
fasten or be fastened with a clip or clips.
"she clipped on a pair of diamond earrings" [more]
synonyms:
fasten attach fix affix hold join connect secure pin staple tack

I see no mention of cartridge's in the definition. It seems to me a magazine fits the definition - "a device" "worked by a spring" "for holding objects together", the objects being cartridge's.

Here's a picture of a clip used to neatly hold small groups of cartridges together -
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Wink Hmmm...

Hmmm, as he thinks out loud... you really going to trust the advertising folks from way too many companies to tell you the truth or get something right???
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