This is a U.S. Model 1917 Eddystone rifle Cal. 30-06 manufactured at the Remington Arms Eddystone plant in April 1918. The majority of rifles carried by U.S. service men fighting in WWI were Eddystone Model 1917 manufactured rifles. At the end of WWI many of these rifles was given to the Baltic countries or sent to Greece. This rifle has a large “B” stamped on the receiver which maybe a Greek property mark. Visible parts have the Eddystone “E” stamp with the exception of the rear sight which has a “R” stamp. Evidently there was some sharing of parts between the two Remington plants. Barrel has a “E” stamp with flaming ordnance bomb and dated 3-18. Flaming ordnance bomb stamp is present on the receiver along with the American WWI war eagle stamp. The American WWI war eagle stamp is also present on the stock. There are remnants red paint on the upper and lower front hand guards. This red paint was placed there to indicate the rifle was in Cal. 30-06 and not Cal. 303. There is a stacking swivel present behind the bayonet lug. Wood stock shows signs of use, but is solid with no cracks. Bore has shine with sharp lands. The bolt is a Eddystone bolt manufactured the same year and month as the rifle April 1918, but is a mismatch. Rifle has a very hard to see import mark on the side of the barrel. This rifle would make an excellent addition to a any WWI collection or be an excellent shooter as these rifles were known for their accuracy. Credit card buyers please e-mail before purchase. C&R eligible. Many additional photos on request.