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    "U" bolt head

    I have a 1938 Mk 1 # 3 blued Ishapore that has a "U" marked bolt head. Vat's up mit dis??


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    U on a No1 Mk3 bolthead signifies a different metal specification to the normal M.

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    Thank you for your reply- Any problems or cautions with a "U"?

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    No problems. They're very common.

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    Thanks Steve- NY !! Used to patrol their highways in the '60 s!

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