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    I would post pictures of my Irish I*** with steel...

    I would post pictures of my Irish I*** with steel wire for you, but Iím having trouble doing so with my Apple devices.
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    Very nice WWII Ishapore you have there. Super...

    Very nice WWII Ishapore you have there. Super hard to find without post-War II additions and markings. The Col. mostly monkeyed with rifles from Springfield Sporters. Yours is a pre-1968, import so I...
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    Well done. You have to get these when they become...

    Well done. You have to get these when they become available because there aren't very many around.
  4. Thread: MkIII B Ross

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    MkIII B Ross

    Picked up a very nice MKIIIB Ross this weekend but it doesn't have any markings on the buttstock. It is marked LC for the widened chamber and a serial number 51. Were these actually used in WWI ? I...
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    Fantastic score! Love these type of stories.

    Fantastic score! Love these type of stories.
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    Thanks for the pics, Lance. Not having seen a...

    Thanks for the pics, Lance. Not having seen a Viners bayonet before, I wasnít sure if it was marked on the blade like a Radcliffe or on the pommel like the Elkington. Looks like I still need a 1947...
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    Jungle Carbine Bayonet.

    Trying to complete my collection of WWII No. 5 bayonets with an example made by Viners (N79). I don't recall ever coming across one. According to Skennerton in British Small Arms of WWII they made...
  8. Long Branch

    I remember Joe Salter had a LB TP in the chest with matching scope and can at the Colorado Collectors show in May 2000. Price was $6000. It was unissued & pristine. Had a chance to fondle it for a...
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    The pre-WWII Ishapores were made to a high...

    The pre-WWII Ishapores were made to a high standard, but they are scarce and seldom seem. Most of us are accustomed to RFI rifles that have been rebuilt a dozen times or beat up from decades of use....
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    Yeah, just leave it alone.

    Yeah, just leave it alone.
  11. The Trials sniper was a restoration from a...

    The Trials sniper was a restoration from a sporter. Mr Sukey mentioned it several times over the years.
  12. No offense, but your rifle looks like a...

    No offense, but your rifle looks like a put-together to me. Scope pads don't look right and have no signs of wear, which shouldn't be the case with an early war 4T. Cheek piece is bad and I have no...
  13. Thread: No. 4T

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    No. 4T

    Mint No 4T w/ chest (Lot 1466 ) at last weekendís Rock Island auction went for $9200.
  14. Thread: POF60 .303 Mk7

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    POF60 .303 Mk7

    I've had this crate of POF60 .303 for many years but only recently took the time to try it out at the range. Having read only poor reviews about this ammo over the years, I'm pleased to say that I...
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    #2

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    A couple of new pick-ups.

    After many years of searching, I finally found a LEC I* for the collection. In contrast to the LEC I, the I* has no provision for a cleaning rod in the nosecap. I've seen a couple over the years, but...
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    I'm looking for British No. 32 Mk I scope with...

    I'm looking for British No. 32 Mk I scope with the serial number 3567.

    Thanks!
  18. Thread: Sniper T

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    Lengthy description, but no indication of whether...

    Lengthy description, but no indication of whether the scope matches the rifle, which, of course , everyone wants to know before they shell out that kind of money.
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    No. 4T

    Here you go... from 1959.
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    new additions

    #3 a few more..

    1903 Bayonet too.
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    new additions

    #2 some more pics.
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    New Additions to the collection

    Pretty happy with these new additions..

    C No. 7 1946 in the chest. I don't think it's been out of the chest much in the past 70yrs.

    MkI*** Enfield 1907 CR Prefix . all matching. Very nice...
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    I've noticed that many No. 4T rifles that come...

    I've noticed that many No. 4T rifles that come out of the woodwork have been with their original owners for 50+ years. Once you have one, they are hard to part with!
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    Grenades

    Here you go..
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    I have a MkI*** with the identical GRENADES...

    I have a MkI*** with the identical GRENADES marking and no evidence of wire-wrap either.
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