I picked a Remington A303 in a gun/pawn shop in Seattle a few years ago. It was a great store that dealt with a lot of militaria, but unfortunately has since closed its doors. Really too bad, too, because the owner was a straight shooter (no pun intended), and you could believe what he told you. Anyway, I knew the gun was a parts gun when I bought it, but it looked like it was at least all Remington parts. I finally got around to researching it last week and confirmed pretty much what I already knew. The receiver was built in '42, it was rebarreled in '44, and the stock has all the appropriate marks and parts for a Remington. My one mystery, which I hope someone can solve, is the bolt. Remington bolts usually had a small "R" stamped on the underside. This bolt, which is blued while the rest of the metal parts are Parkerized, has on the flat spot on the top of the bolt a very tiny, as in a powerful magnifying glass was necessary to read it, capital "H." I have not been able to find any information about any model A303's that had this tiny "H" stamped on the top of the bolt. Anyone know anything about this? Many thanks.