Type: Posts; User: Fletch; Excluded Forums: Knowledge Library Comments
I hope you can help me? Is there a difference between the Sterling Mk 3 and Mk 4 working parts and barrel?
Yes, no Royal SA Navy or Air Force, but the Durban Light Infantry was at one time the Royal Durban Light Infantry and I can't remember the other Natal regiment that had the Royal prefix. Natal was...
Well here is a picture of one of my P 1907 bayonets.24487
Here are my Pistol no.2's.
Some of my Revolvers
So, I lost the pub quiz last night by 1 point.
The last question was “where do most women have curly hair?”
......apparently the correct answer is Africa :dunno:
:rofl:That is good.:beerchug:Cheers
Later boxes of South African military .303 are labled as 7,7 mm.
No, definately not Normandy:madsmile: Got a bit carried away and forgot the title of the thread.
:D Congrats on your purchases Sprog. I am happy that these rifles are going to a good home. The only problem I sometimes have is when overseas buyers bid against me as most of the time their currency...
This info comes from a site called Enfield-stuff.com:
Sometime after WWII an M makes it's appearance within the South African U. It is believed that this mark was used after 31st May, 1961, when...
A kind person has given me a link to plenty of pics of Rhodesian cammo weapons that ID the cammo as 'pre Bob'
A great link, I have not seem so many photo's of the Rhodesian...
can't speak for the Rhodesian camo jobs but during my basic training in the SADF in 1985 my issued FN FAL was a camo job. Looked crap but shot like a dream. Another benefit was that it did not have...
Some advice I got from another thread suggests that:
When loading the rounds into the rifle, put your thumb near the base of the cartridges and not in the middle or near the end.
I hope this...
My Holy Grail would be the No 6, very scarce