Thanks for the link! Way cheaper than what I paid! I guess I will have to go online for my ammo, at least if I want to shoot my two Krags very much. I have recently determined that my carbine is, indeed, an actual N.R.A. Carbine, converted from a rifle by Benicia (hope I spelled that right) Arsenal back between the wars, because the NRA had trouble selling Krag rifles through the old D.C.M Program. Everyone wanted carbines, so the NRA contracted with the Benicia Arsenal to convert rifles to carbines. That organization was more than happy to get the business, as they were desperate for any kind of work after the end of the Great War. According to Mallory and Olson, they did around 20,000. The dead giveaway was the 1903 Springfield Front sight. Mine has a 96 Receiver, a Late 98 model rear sight and a new barrel, along with that 03 front sight. A typical cobbling together of whatever parts were available..It has no arsenal re-build stamps, which was another hallmark of the NRA carbines. The determining factor in my carbines authenticity was the fact that it shoots exactly to point of aim with that 98 sight set to the lowest adjustment. This took some range work, and some whittling down of the front sight by the arsenal workers. They did a magnificent job. It shoots like a dream.