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    I may go to the auction, I am waiting to see the...

    I may go to the auction, I am waiting to see the catalogue. But the auction is Retro mobile Paris. It's one of the big classic car auctions. So attracts millionaire buyers for the multi million euro...
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    I understand that possibility; but I was always...

    I understand that possibility; but I was always taught that it is important to keep your word.
    During the same period, I agreed to sell my 1973 Kawasaki Z1 to a friend of my brother in-law, who...
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    For some of us; collecting can be a bit like...

    For some of us; collecting can be a bit like chasing the horizon! The things that you really would love to own one day are always just out of reach.
    The "Money" factor is important; as a lot of...
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    I assume that if the date 1971 is correct for...

    I assume that if the date 1971 is correct for manufacture; then these would be replacement parts.
    Removing the front band requires quite a bit of flexing to get them off; so maybe spares would be...
  5. Is it broken at the shoulder? Or is it a .410...

    Is it broken at the shoulder? Or is it a .410 case?
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    The steel butt plate with brass trap was fitted...

    The steel butt plate with brass trap was fitted to the Peddled scheme rifles. They were made by Lindley Co I believe.
    Have one on my 1918 SMLE .22
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    Thank you Lance; for taking the time to share...

    Thank you Lance; for taking the time to share your knowledge!
    My copy (number 50) arrived today. Just had a quick flick through, and it looks great. Looking forward to getting a few log's on the...
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    On the one shown at "Highwoods"; I cannot see any...

    On the one shown at "Highwoods"; I cannot see any remnants of the "T" scope mounts. Were they all from No4 T's or are some made from standard rifles?
    Nice target rifle for that price though!
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    13th of November was the anniversary of the...

    13th of November was the anniversary of the "Bataclan" attacks. It's still fresh in our minds!

    Unfortunately today the ordinary citizen isn't really allowed to defend themselves or their property...
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    Thank you for posting your son's letter Gil. You...

    Thank you for posting your son's letter Gil. You have a very level headed young man there. Please thank him for his service!

    It is a sad fact that many people today do not get the fact that the...
  12. Thread: Just for you

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    Thanks for posting this. Excellent recital,...

    Thanks for posting this.
    Excellent recital, also the minutes silence is a nice touch.
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    I think we would all like like the opportunity to...

    I think we would all like like the opportunity to read your sources for this new information; as a first post, that's quite an important piece!

    The fact that Longbranch were only making No4Mk2...
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    Do you think it's a fake? Surely if you to go...

    Do you think it's a fake?
    Surely if you to go to all that trouble you'd make it an L42 and add an extra zero!
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    1969 Envoy on Gunstar.

    What looks like a very nice Envoy is for sale on Gunstar in the UK.
    It's at MFL Classic firearms.
    At 700 pounds; it looks like a good buy to me. Unfortunately I will not be buying it, as I am not...
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    I do have a Fulton's regulated No4 mk1/2; but the...

    I do have a Fulton's regulated No4 mk1/2; but the FTR was done a Faz' so not much use in this instance.

    Notice that the Fulton's Regulated stamp appears to be under the surface finish, but the...
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    We were lucky to see the twin seat Spitfire take...

    We were lucky to see the twin seat Spitfire take off. Just listening to the music of the Merlin V12 just grabs you in the heart and gives it a squeeze.
    I work on V12 engined car's everyday of the...
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    It was one of the reason's for the visit Gil. We...

    It was one of the reason's for the visit Gil. We saved it for the last part of the day. Yes the Lancaster and the Vulcan are a worthy distraction!
    The weapons display as you walk into the Airborne ...
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    Visit to Duxford.

    I was in the UK last week; primarily for my mum's Funeral. But the day after my brother and I escaped for the day and went to Duxford.
    It's only about 45 minutes up the road from Braintree; so we...
  21. Thread: GSXR BARN FIND

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    That's well worth the effort. But don't up...

    That's well worth the effort.

    But don't up the mileage too much.
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    Looks like a great day out! Memories for a...

    Looks like a great day out! Memories for a lifetime.
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    Thanks; yes that confirms what I thought it might...

    Thanks; yes that confirms what I thought it might be. It looks like an overgrown .303 round!

    So there's one at 125 pounds 175 for the other one in the add. I guess I got a bargain! Think I paid 6...
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    120978 I found this on Wikipedia. Caption...

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    I found this on Wikipedia. Caption states: The British Army in France 1939 Men of the 2nd Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers training on a French 25mm SA 34 anti-tank gun, 4 November 1939.
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    Maybe you guy's can recognise this round. It's 1"...

    Maybe you guy's can recognise this round. It's 1" diameter ogive, copper jacket lead core.
    Appears to be 1940 date. I believe it's a 25mm Hotchkiss anti tank round.

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