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    You know I never considered that. A 2 piece bolt...

    You know I never considered that. A 2 piece bolt with no locking lugs just the bolt root. Those had to have been some short range low power grenades.
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    I've also never seen this grenade launcher for...

    I've also never seen this grenade launcher for the Kropatschek system. I have a long infantry rifle and a short rifle and would like to get my hands on one of these.

    These tube magazine rifles...
  3. It couldn't be a 1917 build based on the serial...

    It couldn't be a 1917 build based on the serial number, a physical impossibility. Believe whatever you want your entitled to. Winchester produced 225,008 p14 rifles with production ceasing April 1917...
  4. The upgrade to pre 12/16 rifles was done...

    The upgrade to pre 12/16 rifles was done primarily between 1938 and 1939 at small shops throughout the Kingdom. This was done in an expedient manner in order to pump up if you will the available...
  5. That's an excellent looking rifle be happy with...

    That's an excellent looking rifle be happy with and shoot it often.

    Now for the bad news, a phosphate finish was never originally used on a P14 in fact it wasn't introduced until late in Model...
  6. Exactly as Daan said in post #2. The magazine on...

    Exactly as Daan said in post #2. The magazine on my 2a1 is serial numbered to the rifle and has no issues. Pick 1 magazine and work with it by adjusting the feed lips at the top and keep it in the...
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    There should be criminal prosecution for...

    There should be criminal prosecution for committing such an atrocity to a war veteran.

    I wish you luck on your endeavor but as been said it's going to be an expensive project. If it shot well I...
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    Have you tried Numrich at gunpartscorp.com? They...

    Have you tried Numrich at gunpartscorp.com? They have many small parts you might need.
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    Don you have a bloom of rust on the left side of...

    Don you have a bloom of rust on the left side of the chamber above the wood just behind the sight and under the dirty bird. Take care of that, will you.

    If it was an all matching rifle it would...
  10. I remember reading there were some experimental...

    I remember reading there were some experimental 20 round magazines fitted to m98's during WWI with no great result. Made a large heavy cumbersome weapon even more so and it wasn't adopted.

    My...
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    Bed your receiver as standard for this type of...

    Bed your receiver as standard for this type of action including rear tang and trigger guard. If the barrel is cut down free float. If it's full military length tab bed where the middle band would be....
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    Numrich has them for $2.75. Go to...

    Numrich has them for $2.75. Go to gunpartscorp.com look up Enfield in manufacturers then P14, there's a parts schematic it's part number 37 on page 3.
  13. Very nice. That's a clean looking rifle, be proud...

    Very nice. That's a clean looking rifle, be proud of the work you did.
  14. Thread: M17 mag box

    by oldfoneguy
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    I've seen the same manufacturing process for both...

    I've seen the same manufacturing process for both P14 and M1917 magazine boxes from all 3 maker's.
  15. Thread: Deer choke?

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    Standard Remington 20ga slugs are slightly...

    Standard Remington 20ga slugs are slightly undersized and are designed to be used with an improved cylinder barrel/choke. I use an improved cylinder choke in my A5 20ga and it's silly accurate within...
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    My brother has a Rossi 92 in 38/357 that he's had...

    My brother has a Rossi 92 in 38/357 that he's had about 4 years. It's a fun little piece and interchanges rounds without issues. Not the most accurate thing I've ever used but few levers are. It will...
  17. I finally managed to take a few shots of my 1909....

    I finally managed to take a few shots of my 1909. You can clearly see the center band is blued if you look at the photo showing the band springs. There is a scratch on the band down to the white...
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    Here is a selection from Country Shed of both d &...

    Here is a selection from Country Shed of both d & t mounts and non d & t mounts. The no drill mount does still require some wood to be removed from the receiver ring area of the fore stock. If your...
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    If that price was for both it's a little high of...

    If that price was for both it's a little high of normal for mixmasters. If that price is for each that would be high for a mint all matching one.
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    It's a combination of flash reflection and handling wear on the bluing. I did say that the pictures were terrible! But yes it is a blued part.
  21. These terrible pictures are all I have now. You...

    These terrible pictures are all I have now. You can try an internet search but I have no idea what will come up. If nobody else can do better I'll try to get some good shots up next week.
    I...
  22. Looks more like a crown proof. It's definitely...

    Looks more like a crown proof. It's definitely not an E or W makers mark as neither look like that. I could be wrong however, it wouldn't be the first time.
  23. Barrel bands=blued, bayonet mount=white, cleaning...

    Barrel bands=blued, bayonet mount=white, cleaning rod-white, band springs=blued. Bolt body, extractor, collar, bolt shroud, cocking piece, safety all white. If you have ever seen a 1909 with its...
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    That will push it or crack the red frame in half....

    That will push it or crack the red frame in half. You'll never know until you try!
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    That's not bad for Kentucky windage! Have you...

    That's not bad for Kentucky windage!
    Have you tried soaking the front sight in a penetrating oil for an extended period? Products like PB Blaster, Kroil, Wd-40 and the type. Set Rifle upside down...
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