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  1. 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
  8. 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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    I notice that your rifle also has the receiver...

    I notice that your rifle also has the receiver ring stamped "DP"

    This means that your rifle was relegated to being for drill purposes only at some time in its life. Do a search of this forum for...
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    This thread is degenerating with sarcasm and...

    This thread is degenerating with sarcasm and insults. Thread closed.
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    I want to congratulate everyone that has...

    I want to congratulate everyone that has participated in this thread about the way in which you have conducted yourself. Knowing the "thin skinned" nature of some of the members of the human race,...
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    No, you are not blind. There is no specific forum...

    No, you are not blind. There is no specific forum for the two rifles you mention. Forums are normally added to the website when it is evident that t here is sufficient activity and interest from our...
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    ForgottenWeapons, that was a great video...

    ForgottenWeapons, that was a great video presentation. I found it easy to follow and fascinating.
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    PCMR = Pacific Coast Militia Rangers ...

    PCMR = Pacific Coast Militia Rangers

    http://www.navalandmilitarymuseum.org/resource_pages/coastal_defence/pcmr.html
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    The picture is somewhat indistinct, are you sure...

    The picture is somewhat indistinct, are you sure it is B.U.G and not B.U.C?

    Also, I see no "19" in front of the "51" So I suspect it is simply a rifle rack number -"51"
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    Last week I bought a brick of 525 .22Lr rounds...

    Last week I bought a brick of 525 .22Lr rounds made by Winchester for $25.50 from a hardware store in Georgia!
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    I believe the stylized "B" is the marking for...

    I believe the stylized "B" is the marking for B.S.A. on the early MLE's - perhaps it's the same for oil bottles.
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    At times like these I turn to my school boy...

    At times like these I turn to my school boy Pocket Oxford Dictionary.

    I have done so now with the word "arsenal" I find:

    ars'enal, (noun). Public establishment for storage or manufacture of...
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    Hello Peter, I do not have a no 5 scabbard to...

    Hello Peter,

    I do not have a no 5 scabbard to donate but i thought i should tell you that You can buy the scabbard you are looking to make from IMA in the USA

    Military Antiques, Military...
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    T could indicate a Territorial unit of the Royal...

    T could indicate a Territorial unit of the Royal Engineers (RE) of which I believe there were several in the 1914 time frame.

    AAC = Army Air Corps?
    AAC = Australian Ambulance Corps?
  24. You can try contacting Nielsen at Contact...

    You can try contacting Nielsen at
    Contact Details
    Nielsen/Sessions Hardware Corp
    Address: 770 Wethersfield Avenue POB 568, Hartford, Connecticut (CT), 06141-0568, USA
    Tel: work860 522 8145 ...
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    V.F. with a Canadian background could well be the...

    V.F. with a Canadian background could well be the Victoria Fusiliers. See this link http://www.navalandmilitarymuseum.org/resource_pages/coastal_defence/vicreg.html
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