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    Book

    It isn’t an easy book to find and is very pricey when found.
  2. Thread: P14 Sniper Wood

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    Sniper

    These could easily have been from a police confiscation where the receivers had to be destroyed. The sum of the parts here would not exceed the amount you could sell the whole gun for. Just a thought.
  3. Thread: "T" for sale

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    That’s a rare opportunity.

    That’s a rare opportunity.
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    Mk1/3

    The one I have is a Long Branch with all marking scrubbed, but with the proper Mk 1/3 designation. Haven’t seen too many of these, so thanks for posting.
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    Scope can

    #2127038
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    Scope can

    Here’s another 1941 dated one for comparison. I can’t tell if the one you show is real or not.127036
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    Excellent rig!

    Excellent rig!
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    “‘India’s Enfields”by Bob Edwards is the best...

    “‘India’s Enfields”by Bob Edwards is the best reference book for RFI. Out- of-print and hard to find.
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    Scope can No.8

    I have can for rifle AT 2757 and scope 10221. Let me know if you have this rig. The rifle number on the can is actually AT 2737.
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    This is a ten-year old thread.

    This is a ten-year old thread.
  11. Thread: No4 T cheek rest

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    Cheek rest

    Here are two original cheek rests for comparison, both unissued. British and Canadian.123351
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    No. 4T transit chest contents.

    Found these CES contents in a transit chest many years ago. Appeared undisturbed.
  13. Thread: No.4 MkI* Savage

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    Savage No. 4’s can be found dated 1943 on the...

    Savage No. 4’s can be found dated 1943 on the receiver or wrist
  14. The front band looks great. Incredibly well done...

    The front band looks great. Incredibly well done restoration.
  15. Thread: CLLE 1

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    CLLE MkI

    My CLLE MkI was converted by LSA in 1910 and still has Metford rifling so it falls in the category that Lance mentions. Serial numbers are matching and it has the groove in the Charger bridge. Royal...
  16. Thread: L42A1 1975

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    What an embarrassment.

    What an embarrassment.
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    Great job! Would not be “ pretty simple really “...

    Great job! Would not be “ pretty simple really “ for me. Wish I had those skills!
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    A 1943 Long Branch with a matching MkI scope (...

    A 1943 Long Branch with a matching MkI scope ( not the Mk 3) is a very rare bird. Certainly worth more than a 90L with Mk3 scope.
  19. Should sell fairly soon.

    Should sell fairly soon.
  20. Thread: Value of No7 RAF

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    I believe the OP said he is importing the No.7 ,...

    I believe the OP said he is importing the No.7 , so it isn’t in the US yet.
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    OP- I’ve never come across one of these late...

    OP- I’ve never come across one of these late 1930s BSA Lee-Enfields, so I would venture to say they are scarce in comparison to the later Dispersal rifles, at least in the USA. This 1928 .22 doesn’t...
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    Larger

    Larger
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    1940

    This example uses a recycled WWI receiver with the last two digits being hand stamped. 117619
  24. Thread: SMLE No1 MkV

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    That’s a very nice MkV! The pin holding the rear...

    That’s a very nice MkV! The pin holding the rear sight to the body is not a screw and should be tapped out for removal or it will end up damaged as seen here.
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    Sticky: Savage T

    1941 - Scope-less, OC3XX, No markings of any kind on either side of bolt way.
    1942- Scope -less, OC33XX, On RHS is the letter P and below that the number 1 in a circle.

    Both retain their...
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