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  1. I use the RCBS dies without any issues

    I use the RCBS dies without any issues
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    The Sterling Armament Company

    If you have any interest in the Sterling SMG, or it's predecessors, the Patchett and Lanchester, then this book should be on your shopping list.

    An updated version of 'The Guns of Dagenham' it...
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    Re the scope: The second 'I' looks like it may...

    Re the scope: The second 'I' looks like it may have been added subsequently, it's not in line with the first one.

    What is the 'sister site'? out of curiosity.
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    Same source is now selling an 'L42A1' with No.32...

    Same source is now selling an 'L42A1' with No.32 Mk2 scope etc.

    https://www.dandbmilitaria.com/deactivated-l42a1-sniper-rifle-sn-5469
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    A snip at 8495.00 !

    Caveat Emptor
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    The Transit chest for this rifle 74L0022 has just...

    The Transit chest for this rifle 74L0022 has just shown up on a British dealer's site with a Deactivated LB No4T (claimed to be) it has an 88L prefix, could this be correct? Full serial number looks...
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    114207 An early Broad arrow BSA for the mix

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    An early Broad arrow BSA for the mix
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    They turned up on British dealer sites over the...

    They turned up on British dealer sites over the last year. One is a 3 digit 1L, and sat on the site for over 2 years unsold because it was too expensive. He dropped the price, still expensive, but I...
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    I recently acquired 2 '1L' series LB No.4 Mk1's. ...

    I recently acquired 2 '1L' series LB No.4 Mk1's. I was keen to have LB marked rear sights for them. Thanks to a member of this forum and one other I was actually able to obtain 3.

    I now have a...
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    Here is a rear sight from a 1943 BSA 4T. It has...

    Here is a rear sight from a 1943 BSA 4T. It has the P in a circle, F9 and B

    Thoughts?

    Also, an early LB mk1 sight as fitted to the 0L and some 1L series rifles, so must have been making them in...
  11. Looks like the one being sold by Accumounts, has...

    Looks like the one being sold by Accumounts, has eyeshade and no engraving

    https://www.accumounts.com/enfield-303.html

    The ones by Red Star Mountain, (RSM) have body engraving
    ...
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    Excellent provenance, she's a keeper

    Excellent provenance, she's a keeper
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    [QUOTE=Bindi2;490778] An early AW

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    An early AW
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    I did say it was a trials rifle

    I did say it was a trials rifle
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    A lovely early AW, would love to know how it made...

    A lovely early AW, would love to know how it made it's way to Aus.

    The very early ones were the trial versions, hence welded L96 receivers. See this trials rifle from another forum

    113811
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    That is a lovely early AW, is it built on an L96...

    That is a lovely early AW, is it built on an L96 receiver with the safety hole welded up?
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    B was the early mark of BSA before they became...

    B was the early mark of BSA before they became M47 and then M47C, so my guess is a BSA rifle , very early one, number 9815

    The A suffix means that it has non interchangeable parts, see this...
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    113647113648113649113650113651 Please see...

    113647113648113649113650113651

    Please see attached photos. Black painted finish on receiver and barrel, dark blacking (oil blacking?) on bipod.

    These are quite rare variants of the AW, so you...
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    That is actually an AWP (Arctic Warfare Police)...

    That is actually an AWP (Arctic Warfare Police) with a 24" bull barrel.
    I have one with the original finish, I will take some photos and post them up for you
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    Sticky: I understand that the 'Barbican Armoury' in...

    I understand that the 'Barbican Armoury' in Durham also had a quantity of Enforcer actions, barrels, woodwork etc. I believe these may be the people that made the .22LR versions
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    Surely 1 Para with that DZ flash

    Surely 1 Para with that DZ flash
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    This thread may be of interest to you Promo. ...

    This thread may be of interest to you Promo.

    There may be some information about your rifle on here:

    https://www.milsurps.com/showthread.php?t=55043&page=2
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    Just lovely! ---------- Post added at 05:21 AM...

    Just lovely!

    ---------- Post added at 05:21 AM ---------- Previous post was at 05:19 AM ----------



    Originally the PM's were available with a 2.5-10x56 S&B scope.
    Later on I believe Forces...
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    I think it is highly likely that Promo's rifle...

    I think it is highly likely that Promo's rifle has been retro fitted with a military L96 barrel? Was this your rifle Waco?

    If not, then the end has been machined to accept the foresight.
    ...
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    You mean all of the PM's supplied to Bedfordshire...

    You mean all of the PM's supplied to Bedfordshire Police carried the L96A1 designation and NSN
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