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    Thats the second one I've seen go for silly...

    Thats the second one I've seen go for silly money.

    Its because he puts them in a mount on an Enfield and people seem to get fizzy in the pants over them.

    The scope doesn't even fit in the rings...
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    Let's be honest it was never going to be a...

    Let's be honest it was never going to be a bargain! I have the popcorn ready for the main event...
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    Rare No.32 Mk.2 STG TEL Case No.8

    Just spotted this rare Case No.8 for the No.32 scope.

    Thought it may be worth putting on here incase the owner of the scope or rifle may be able to get back a matching piece of equipment.

    Here...
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    As mentioned above the British Commandos and SOE...

    As mentioned above the British Commandos and SOE where issued Canadian built Inglis Hi Powers from 1944 onwards.
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    Im under no illusion on prices, thats just how...

    Im under no illusion on prices, thats just how much it was. It was listed as the real deal and i brought it, but i made a mistake.

    I collect Militaria, im not afraid to pay real money for the good...
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    I already have a 2nd pattern modern production...

    I already have a 2nd pattern modern production from an original manufacturer which im more than happy with. Quality is top notch, can't fault it.

    But for my collection i would like a good honest,...
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    Thanks for the info, i was informed by the place...

    Thanks for the info, i was informed by the place of purchase that it was Indian and was found and purchased in India.

    I was already aware that just like the broad arrow it is a stamp of acceptance...
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    Hello Flying10uk, not rude at all! Its no secret,...

    Hello Flying10uk, not rude at all! Its no secret, i paid £95. So not a massive sum in the world of FS knives and Roy agreed that i got off lightly.

    Like you say its still looks nice and does have...
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    On a side note i just wanted to say what a great...

    On a side note i just wanted to say what a great guy Roy was, very knowledgeable and very keen to help.

    Cheers Roy 🍻
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    Here is the reply i had from Roy... Thanks...

    Here is the reply i had from Roy...

    Thanks for contacting me. Iím actually all too familiar with this knife Chris and afraid itís bad news, as this is 100% FAKE. I remember when this chap started...
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    Cheers Cinders, will drop him a message!

    Cheers Cinders, will drop him a message!
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    Ishapore Fairbairn Sykes 2nd Pattern

    Recently picked up this nice 2nd pattern, from the markings it appears to be Indian Ishapore.

    Nice blade etch and not stamp...

    Would you all agree this is a legit FS? 1941-1943 era? There is...
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    Scope mount caps really don't need cranking down...

    Scope mount caps really don't need cranking down tight.

    The scope mount offers enough support.
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    Thats great work your doing Roger, would love to...

    Thats great work your doing Roger, would love to have that many scopes to play with.
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    Don't forget to share pictures of them!

    Don't forget to share pictures of them!
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    Your Pistol left the factory in August 1944...

    Your Pistol left the factory in August 1944 according to the book Inglis Diamond...
  17. From memory, the markings on the underside of the...

    From memory, the markings on the underside of the butt grip are indeed the canadian broad arrow in C.

    The LB stamp with number beneath is an inspectors mark and number...
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    Indeed! Which makes yours a Mk1 like mine. ...

    Indeed! Which makes yours a Mk1 like mine.

    Better hope that extractor never breaks as sourcing a Mk1 spec will be tricky. I have a spare which is mark with a 2 (Mk2 version of extractor which was...
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    I did make a mistake about saying No.2 instead of...

    I did make a mistake about saying No.2 instead of Mk1*.

    But the Mk1 pistols had no slide markings is the point i was making. It was only the spec changes to Mk1* that prompted the slide markings...
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    I have found this to be untrue... Pistols made...

    I have found this to be untrue...

    Pistols made approximately before serial 0T27XX were not of Mk1* specification and have no slide markings. They were only on slides of pistols made after this...
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    As far as i was aware, the L85 had a 19mm...

    As far as i was aware, the L85 had a 19mm dovetail rail...
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    Thank you for that little extra info, the finish...

    Thank you for that little extra info, the finish looks original but always told it couldn't be as the serial was not in the white.

    Great to know...

    Heres a better picture showing the finish in...
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    Interesting, but if its done later then surely it...

    Interesting, but if its done later then surely it would be in the white like the serial if done after finishing?

    Mine has been reparkerized at sum point as the serial is not in the white anymore....
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    Nice, thank you for the information. Mine is...

    Nice, thank you for the information. Mine is 0T22XX.

    It does not have the No.2 engraving on the slide.
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    Hello thanks for the reply, everywhere i have...

    Hello thanks for the reply, everywhere i have read says the lowest seen was 0T2...

    Im not doubting you just saying what i read on more than one occasion. Was just curious how low they went as i...
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