Nice gun and accessories
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Nice gun and accessories
Read Haig's Command A Reassessment by Denise Winter. It is a wonder he could sleep nights after
all the Commonwealth troops his mismanaged plans killed plus his own. This book makes you wonder
I bought two Vickers guns because I thought they looked great. Sold one and kind of regret it. They are
the go to gun for filling a corner
11 month 11day 11 hour by Joseph e persico, good ww1 book. Includes everybody
When there was lots of carbines and ammo around, you shot them until the wood burned. Took my m2s down
that trail. If the carry permits weren't canceled on them, who knows. But looking at my inland...
I tried the same thing to get information in UK. My Grandfather served in Ww1 and Ww2 in the Royal Navy, then
Merchant marine. OBE DSC etc Ww1, sunk a submarine etc. Never got any information.Side...
I got one mint with holster marked RAF. Surplus out of New Zealand, 38sw and 455s, all were in great condition.
455 were excellent plus.
He was sent to Colorado to do nuke stuff and then he was in the Canadian nuke program after Europe.
He thought we should have built our own! Since we have the material and know how to do it since...
Try marine grade linseed oil. It goes into the wood, that is why it is used on hardwood rails
I think ammo would be an issue. 9mm easy to find, 8mm easy to find. 303 or 3006 not so easy.
6 2 There used to be a lot of new no4 wood around about five years ago. Mostly long branch walnut and
hardwood. A friend of mine used to run an armory in Montreal. He taught me the proper way to...
I like the long buttstock on my no4 s. The rifle feels right on the range.
It's pre Ace
Vickers,mg42,sten 1 2 3,alpha,etc all in one box! Wasn't an easy task
Blue Vickers 8mm. I got a few of the Colt 3006 guns out of Israel in the 70s. 10 if I remember. They are here
in Canada somewhere. Nice guns, they packed the spares with mg42 spares. Just dumped...
How many 8mm vickers were made? I have one all blue
My uncle was a radio tech on F86, Cf100, Voodo jets. He had a m1 carbine issued while in europe
The issues we had going to the Philippines was: no one could decide if it was lend lease military aid or
did they pay for it. While that was happening they were chopping up the samples! The US...
I was given a box of these many years ago, 18 in total because he was told I had
colt 45s.I was wonder about the last one, it...
I think we are all to old to deal with people who don't do research. Most people don't realize that the
majority of surplus firearm. have been rebuilt a few times by someone. So when one does the...
That is a nice sporter you have. The standard rifle for everyone who wanted to move up from
carrying military en fields in the bush in the 1960s. Not as many around as one thinks there
Blake used to have a good supply of Canadian Inglis HP and Canadian C1sterling parts and other hard to find stuff. Bought lots from
him. Given time, he could find it.
I think that the l1a1 rifles were a more fun gun than the m14s when we could take them in the bush.
Being Canada, we had lots of Canadian C1A1 stuff to use with them, top covers, C1A1 sights,c2a1...
I have one that has the map of the middle east stamped on it through proof marks. Got it in
Israel about 20 years ago. Also got a spare set of matching original grips and screw.
Allen Lever of Lever Arms got a few hundred bayonets with his Danish Garand rifles. They were mostly US
surplus with some Danish ones. We went through them all, covered in grease. I have a box of...