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    A pretty pair

    Here's my pretty pair of P14's.
    Top rifle is a Remington, bottom one is a Winchester

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    I have a P14 rear sight numbered 100008...

    I have a P14 rear sight numbered 100008 (Remington) I would let go for $1008 :rofl:
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    So to have the extra mark at 1600 ( above it )...

    So to have the extra mark at 1600 ( above it ) would be the mark for 1650 ( 303 ranged to 1650 as above).

    If you put a P14 sight on a M1917 the ramp gets in the way of stripper clips too!
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    If its an original it will have the serial # of...

    If its an original it will have the serial # of the rifle, if its a add on from post manufacture it will have none. In either case it will measure 2.43 inches long.

    If its from a Model 1917 it...
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    Nice present.

    Nice present.
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    :thup:

    :thup:
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    OK good to know Kiwi. I took this to the range...

    OK good to know Kiwi.
    I took this to the range on Saturday as well and got it zeroed to where I got 3 consecutive 5 ring scores at 300yds with that Greek ammo.
    The 5 ring is 260 mm across, if i am...
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    Thanks for the pics Kiwi, mine definitely has no...

    Thanks for the pics Kiwi, mine definitely has no NZ stamped any where on the metal work and nothing visible on the stock either.
    A quick question on your W "F" rifles are the rear sites serial...
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    Yes it is a sported stock, but otherwise intact...

    Yes it is a sported stock, but otherwise intact with original stamps and ears. I was just trying to ascertain as originally mentioned whether it may have been in the "lot" issued to India. But...
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    Sure, managed to find one. The N isnt very well...

    Sure, managed to find one. The N isnt very well struck.

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    No, the first letter (see second pic )looks very...

    No, the first letter (see second pic )looks very similar to an N. Unless they slipped severely with the stamp.
    Hence the question. It has no other NZ stamps about either. Thanks for the reply though.
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    Sorry to raise an oldish post, another way to...

    Sorry to raise an oldish post, another way to check for MK1 or Mk1* is to look into the breech, down into the barrel, from the rear of the bolt raceway. On a * rifle you will see a cut onto the...
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    My ears have writing on them!

    I just picked up a P 14 built 1917, its a bit mismatched, the bolt have been matched to another but seems to fit in this one ok too.
    the thing i find unusual is a serial number stamped onto the...
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    Ok , gotcha:thup:

    Ok , gotcha:thup:
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    No you misunderstood. Rifle has no ' india...

    No you misunderstood. Rifle has no ' india 'markings ( to my knowledge ) I was purely recanting that I had seen a post on here that stated ' the first 20000 ERA's went to India.
    What would am India...
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    Not at the moment, do you want to see some...

    Not at the moment, do you want to see some particular area?
    Thanks for the reply!
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    P14 India consignment

    I read from an old thread, ( as I was perusing ) about the initial 20,000 ERA P14's being sent to India.
    I would like to know / hear more about this? I have a 4 digit ERA so this would put it well...
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    Sticky: Just started my foray into Mil surp with P14...

    Just started my foray into Mil surp with P14 rifles, I enjoy shooting them. And have two one is an Ed and the other R
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