• 1952 Instructional Pamphlet for No.4 Mk1(T) sniper rifle

    1952 Instructional Pamphlet for No.4 Mk1(T) sniper rifle
    c/w No.32 Mk3 scope.


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    Observations:

    Extracted from "Small Arms and Ground Defence Weapons (A.P.1641P, Vol. 1, Sect 1). Note: The scope referred to in this manual is the later No.32 Mk3 version.



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    1. Note: After you click on images to ENLARGE them, you may find they automatically size smaller in your browser's window making them harder to view. The auto sizing is your browser's way of keeping images entirely within the screen size you have set. Move your mouse pointer to the bottom centre of the pic and you will see an options panel appear. There will be a small square box next to the large X, which will have a pointer arrow sticking out of it. If it's illuminated, it means the pic you're viewing can be enlarged, so click on this box and the pic will EXPAND and open to its normal size. ........ (Feedback by "Badger")
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    1. viking guy's Avatar
      I note that the leather scope cover is a one piece unit. All the leather scope covers I have seen at auction at Rock Island Auction are two piece affairs. I bough(Ebay) a one piece reproduction about five years ago out of Britain. Paid $60USD. I wonder, upon seeing this photo, if I have a correct style albeit a reproduction.
    1. dparker's Avatar
      Great information- thanks to Badger
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