1903A3: Too good to be true?
I recently purchased a Remington 1903A3 and boy, did my jaw drop when I opened the package. The gun looks brand new. There is no evidence that it has ever been fired; the action, finish and the bore are all perfect. The stock has all the right cartouch in all the right places and they look perfect, again, no wear. I've heard people talk about "unissued" A3s, but this is first I've seen that looks that good.
After reflecting over several weeks I'm beginning to believe this might be too good to be true. Opinions?