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    The US Property marked High Standard pistols are...

    The US Property marked High Standard pistols are the HD, not HD Military.
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    I try to find Mk.1 sights with crushed battle...

    I try to find Mk.1 sights with crushed battle apertures for modification to No.4T spec. when possible.

    Regarding imports to the USA: It's perfectly legal to import up to $100 USD wholesale value...
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    Peter taught me how to do them too. It does...

    Peter taught me how to do them too. It does require some removal of metal from the slide. I think there was a jig for grinding them in the L42 days but i don't think I've ever seen one so modified on...
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    The SLAZ 44 mark is on the underside of the wrist...

    The SLAZ 44 mark is on the underside of the wrist .
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    I'm on board with CAREFUL and EDUCATED disassembly, cleaning, inspection, repair as needed and service to spec. Unfortunately, I'm on the receiving end of many rifles; especially Lees, where these...
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    Yep, I missed the zero!

    Yep, I missed the zero!
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    I have a 1915 dated "Cover, Short Rifle" so I...

    I have a 1915 dated "Cover, Short Rifle" so I think they were designed well before the advent of the No.4T. It's only difference is that it's made of a soft cotton/wool blend of some sort. Not the...
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    The forend is from ROF Fazakerley rifle serial...

    The forend is from ROF Fazakerley rifle serial number PF25174

    I've seen some wartime ROF Maltby rifles with the rifle serial number stamper on top of the wrist like yours.
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    The original "Cover, Short Rifle" is not designed...

    The original "Cover, Short Rifle" is not designed to be used with a telescope attached to the rifle. There are stories that the snipers cut them open so the scope could remain attached but I've never...
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    I shot an HK416 years ago too and the only...

    I shot an HK416 years ago too and the only impressive feature was how cool it ran with the piston system during sustained automatic fire. Many get all excited about the piston systems that have been...
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    The British BSA No.7Mk.1 bolt assembly is unique...

    The British BSA No.7Mk.1 bolt assembly is unique and not even close to interchangeable with the LB No.7Mk.1 or P-H No.9Mk.1. The BSA No.7Mk.1 is a repeater and has a much more sophisticated bolt and...
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    The Canadian made Diemaco/Colt Canada, L119A1 SFW...

    The Canadian made Diemaco/Colt Canada, L119A1 SFW is the go to weapon and has been for many years. I saw racks full of new ones at the Birmingham Proof House when I was there in 2009. I know the guy...
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    I had the sets produced by AJ Parker back in the...

    I had the sets produced by AJ Parker back in the early 1990's, (did the deal with Edna!), when Springfield Sporters imported the load of unfinished rifles. I had 25 sets made, (it took a year to get...
  14. That would be a No.2Mk.IV*. A common .22 trainer...

    That would be a No.2Mk.IV*. A common .22 trainer conversion. What information are you looking for?
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    The most prevalent factory No.4 replacement wood...

    The most prevalent factory No.4 replacement wood on the commercial market for the past several years has been South African contract beech. I had a stock pile years ago for both No.4 Mk.1 and Mk.2 as...
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    Lets set the record straight. The shipment of...

    Lets set the record straight. The shipment of No.7 parts was sent by USPS Priority Mail, not FedEx and they will not insure anything going to the UK to this day. FedEx and UPS will not do licensed...
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    I think yours is legit British manufacture Mike....

    I think yours is legit British manufacture Mike. I bought several thousand rounds of it when it was cheap and cheerful. The Chinese counterfiet stuff is all in copper washed steel cases if memory...
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    Don't forget that you'll need an ATF Form 6...

    Don't forget that you'll need an ATF Form 6 import permit to legally import any gun parts to the USA that are over $100 wholesale value.
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    OK, I can accept that other legit military...

    OK, I can accept that other legit military organizations may have numbered the tops of the bolt handles with an electric hand engraving tool. I don't accept the "Bubba" analogy though.

    I've...
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    That's it BAR, Carborundrum. My set is grey....

    That's it BAR, Carborundrum. My set is grey. There are several different shapes and sizes. They aren't the white Arkansas type.
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    I use a fine stone that's about .25" or so wide...

    I use a fine stone that's about .25" or so wide and 4" long. I'm not sure what kind of stone it is. It's part of a machinist's tool chest I inherited when I was young.
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    I'm guessing you are referring to fitting an SMLE...

    I'm guessing you are referring to fitting an SMLE bolt head for headspace or cleaning up the cocking piece? I use fine wet/dry sandpaper with a drop of oil on a piece of plate glass.
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    That's a definitive answer John but I just looked...

    That's a definitive answer John but I just looked at all of my CMP purchase '03 and '03A3 rifles again as described earlier. All are Greek returns purchased in 2001-2002. They all have four numbers...
  24. Value? I can't find the FNR markings in any of my...

    I can't find the FNR markings in any of my reference books. A wild *** guess would be an Indian or West Asian police force. It's certainly a nice rifle that hasn't seen much use.
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    Thanks Chuck. I'd heard that they just degreased...

    Thanks Chuck. I'd heard that they just degreased them and dipped them but didn't know for sure. It looks good either way and changing it would alter the interesting history of the rifles.
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