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I inherited a 1903-a3 from my grandpa, and have been doing some research on the weapons. I have found the meaning for most of the markings on it, but there are some letters on it that appear to have been branded onto the wood butt-stock on the left side of the weapon. I was wondering if anyone here knows what they might mean. The brandings that I can make out are: FJA surrounded by a square, and then a circle with a X in the middle. There are the letters RA branded as well, but I am assuming that those are for Remington Arms. Thanks in advance for any help.
 
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