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  1. Looks to me like it's a transit chest for the...

    Looks to me like it's a transit chest for the Canadian C No.7 .22 rifle.
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    Wiki answer as follows on current operators ...

    Wiki answer as follows on current operators

    Ferret armoured car - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Have found a Inglis made bren which if Santa is kind I will be adding to the project.
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    Daimler Ferret - ex Canadian Forces

    In June of 2013 I thought I needed a project to fill up my spare time so I bought a Mark 1 Ferret that was ex Canadian Army from a guy here in the USA. My previous experience of vehicle restoration...
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    WTB: Hinged LB marked front band - call Springfield...

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    Ross rifles used by the Canadian Expeditionary...

    Ross rifles used by the Canadian Expeditionary Force in WW1 are marked with numerals indicating the battalion of that force. There was a 31st battalion which was from Alberta Canada. I wouldn't have...
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    Could the PW be for the Public Works battalions...

    Could the PW be for the Public Works battalions raised during WW1 for the Middlesex Regiment. Might be worth researching them as I know PW was used to identify their unit on their medals
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    I took the Enforcer to the range on Sunday. After...

    I took the Enforcer to the range on Sunday. After bore sighting and firing four rounds at 25 yards, I had the rifle hitting the point of aim. I then moved it out to 100 yards and fired eight rounds...
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    Here are two pictures of the Enforcer handguard...

    Here are two pictures of the Enforcer handguard (not very good pictures) that show the 1. step

    http://www.milsurps.com/images/imported/2014/08/photo2_zps3a5df682-1.jpg

    and 2. the top surface of...
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    I thought the unusual barrel step was also worth...

    I thought the unusual barrel step was also worth a picture

    http://www.milsurps.com/images/imported/2014/08/barrel1_zps4cd32648-1.jpg

    And does anyone have a spare arm or source where I could get...
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    Here are some pictures of the bipod ...

    Here are some pictures of the bipod

    http://www.milsurps.com/images/imported/2014/08/bipod2_zps417be437-1.jpg

    http://www.milsurps.com/images/imported/2014/08/bipod1_zps829f81fe-1.jpg

    I have...
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    With some help from Simon and Alan, I know rifle...

    With some help from Simon and Alan, I know rifle No 516 was dispatched to Northern Ireland Police on 24th March 1977. I'd like to think that the scope and bipod are the ones bought by the Police at...
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    The rifle is also fitted with an unmarked bipod...

    The rifle is also fitted with an unmarked bipod that I assume is a period Harris bipod.

    Is Sterling a British importer of Japanese scopes?

    I will take some more pictures tonight showing some...
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    Recent purchase - Lee Enfield Enforcer

    I'm not normally a person that will purchase a rifle without first picking it up and giving it a good look over but, I recently purchased a lot of five rifles from a well known auction house here in...
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    The picture of the Butt Stock shows some...

    The picture of the Butt Stock shows some markings:

    M&D is "Militia and Defense" - showing Canadian military ownership - I don't remember the period that M&D was used but I'm sure someone will...
  15. Sticky: Do you have any information on Enforcer S/N 516...

    Do you have any information on Enforcer S/N 516 seen recently at auction in the USA?
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    From the answer you received, I suspect the...

    From the answer you received, I suspect the seller is looking at the cocking piece where he sees the M/202. He needs to tell you what is stamped on the rear facing side of the bolt handle - this is...
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    Based on the serial number stated by the seller...

    Based on the serial number stated by the seller in his listing (BZ12617) that number would identify the rifle as having been made by ROF Maltby in the 1944-1945 time frame. What can be seen from the...
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    Saubona, Numsane, it certainly has Canadian...

    Saubona, Numsane, it certainly has Canadian pedigree, here is a link to the Canadian Regiment

    www.canadiansoldiers.com

    Hamba kahle

    Neil
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    Thanks Warren, if it hadn't been for Rob's...

    Thanks Warren, if it hadn't been for Rob's thread, I wouldn't have had any idea about the possibility :D
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    The NWMP sounds interesting. Here is my LEC1 also...

    The NWMP sounds interesting. Here is my LEC1 also marked M&D as well as with a disk to the 4th Hussars.

    Warren, mine has been sanded and I was wondering if it had also spent time with the NWMP as...
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    Here is a replica of that sling selling for $15 ...

    Here is a replica of that sling selling for $15

    http://www.ima-usa.com/british-enfield-leather-rifle-sling.html
  22. Sticky: I currently own rifle 90L8321 which was bought...

    I currently own rifle 90L8321 which was bought from New Jersey complete with chest and a non matching british scope. It has the Savage marked rear sight. Thanks to the sharp eyes of member Lee...
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    The serial number BG7965 is ciorrect for a 1945...

    The serial number BG7965 is ciorrect for a 1945 made BSA No.5 Mark 1. I think you have a BSA rifle that was later FTR'd at Fazakerley.
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    Patrick, I am not certain, based on my limited...

    Patrick,

    I am not certain, based on my limited observations that the FB25939A is the original serial number as given in 1943 or if it is a new or modified serial number assigned at FTR. However,...
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    The number is consistent with other serial...

    The number is consistent with other serial numbers I have recorded for a Fazakerley No.4 Mark 1 around 1943. The /48 on this rifle is the FTR date and is consistent with what fazakerley were doing in...
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