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  1. LST ship model presentation to a veteran

    Jim Stiles served as a Quartermaster aboard LST 32 (Alameda County) in the late 1950's to early 1960's. Stationed at Naples Italy he traveled all over the Mediterranean sea.

    I made and presented...
  2. I got the parts from Numrich/Gun Parts a few...

    I got the parts from Numrich/Gun Parts a few years ago. They were as new.
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    US War trophy Webley MkV with paperwork

    This Webley No.1 MkV .455 caliber revolver is interesting in that it came with paperwork.

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    The trophy paperwork was dated October 13, 1945 England (130th Reinforcement Battalion Army Air...
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    Kudos to whoever made it. They are honest.

    Kudos to whoever made it. They are honest.
  5. WTB: Winchester Hotchkiss .45-70 magazine follower and spring

    Want to buy two (2) each in stock tubular magazine follower and spring for Winchester 1st and 2nd model Hotchkiss .45-70 rifles.
  6. British "Desert Storm" period 6x30 Binoculars question with pictures

    These are the first pair of this type that I have seen. Probably pinched by a returning US GI from Desert Storm. Six power 6x30 unmarked as to manufacturer. Serial number 97/0563 indicates...
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    C broad arrow is the ownership mark of the...

    C broad arrow is the ownership mark of the Canadian military.
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    WWII bring back according to family. No further...

    WWII bring back according to family. No further details or paperwork.
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    It has no serial number other than the one...

    It has no serial number other than the one electro pencilled in two places.
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    Odd German Czech CZ 27 pistol

    This little CZ27 is in beautiful condition with Nazi Commercial proofs. What is unusual is the electro pencilling of the serial number on slide and frame. I have not seen the like before.
  11. Wow! You got steak? I was in the army for...

    Wow! You got steak? I was in the army for three years and I don't think I got steak more than ten times. The steak I got on my last day was exceptional, I must admit.
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    0C1's wood was totally replaced as the original...

    0C1's wood was totally replaced as the original owner (Bubba) sanded the original wood well past recognition.
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    We stacked arms (M14s) in basic training outside...

    We stacked arms (M14s) in basic training outside while attending classes indoors. I don't remember doing it with M16s when they were finally issued to us in Panama.
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    Peter a ? involving stacking No.4 arms

    The No.1 and Pattern 1914 have stacking swivels for locking together three rifles to form a stack that additional arms can be laid against.

    Early No.4 rifles had stacking swivels but were phased...
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    I have shown pictures of the rifle in past posts....

    I have shown pictures of the rifle in past posts. It is not presented as being original as a previous Bubba did significant modifications which required me to do several years worth of restoration. ...
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    A minor correction: The first production...

    A minor correction: The first production Savage is serial number 0C1 as it sets in my gun cabinet.
  17. I wonder if the "Colorado" Salter rifle was the...

    I wonder if the "Colorado" Salter rifle was the one I looked at Tulsa many years ago. I don't remember details. I was asked to look at it, I already had one, and I don't remember details but I...
  18. 98378983799838098381 best I can get.

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    best I can get.
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    A large number of Cooeys were sent to England...

    A large number of Cooeys were sent to England during the war as well.
  20. Thank you Alan. I considered that but thought I...

    Thank you Alan. I considered that but thought I would ask if someone else had a better answer.
  21. Thank you all for the input. That was the way it...

    Thank you all for the input. That was the way it came. Certainly the launcher could be added by anyone. The rifle has no naval markings such as the N or "Line Thrower." Certainly the wrapping...
  22. Question on marking on No.4 Mk1 GL wire wrapped rifle

    I am familiar with A suffixes on the serial number to indicate non standard part or fitting done to the rifle. I have never seen the markings on this rifle where a superscript A was added to the year...
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    Post Office Cashier Colt M1917 revolver

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    This US Colt Model 1917 .45 acp revolver was sent to the US Post Office. The wood grip panel is marked Post Office Cashier. Some where I have the holster for it.
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    More than five were made as my rifle has bayonet...

    More than five were made as my rifle has bayonet No. 7.
  25. I factory lettered my Greek marked Army Special...

    I factory lettered my Greek marked Army Special and it came back as being shipped to France. I seem to remember that France sponsored purchases for the Greek Government during WW1 much the same as...
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