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    Use the left thumb as close as possible to the...

    Use the left thumb as close as possible to the charger push down vigorously .
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    They are or were stamped from OC1 onwards. I have...

    They are or were stamped from OC1 onwards. I have OC109 with its stamp
  3. The best tool for removing the forend is a block...

    The best tool for removing the forend is a block of wood with a U shaped piece cut out that closely fits over the rear of the action on the furniture that can be hit with a hammer pushing the forend...
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    This is a very real problem with No4 7.62 x 51...

    This is a very real problem with No4 7.62 x 51 conversions. People think 308 but not bullet weight. Some just don't get the proof factor or the design limitations of the original use. :banghead:
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    Back in History there was a thread about one of...

    Back in History there was a thread about one of these at a base over your way. :dunno:
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    Sticky: I thought I needed new glasses :(:thup:

    I thought I needed new glasses :(:thup:
  7. Thread: Idetification?

    by Bindi2
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    Buggar the flare gun I want my shot of rum and...

    Buggar the flare gun I want my shot of rum and the smoke canister smoke to hide in once I get the rum:D:D
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    And not soldered.

    And not soldered.
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    The barred out numbers are the old barrel...

    The barred out numbers are the old barrel numbers. The action used to be numbered to the barrel.
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    Not a prototype. The discussion was on the...

    Not a prototype. The discussion was on the magazine being too small for that application and where they came from and why. There was a leather pouch that held 2 or 3 as well.
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    When I visited Warminster PL showed me one on a...

    When I visited Warminster PL showed me one on a Indian made LMG.
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    What ever is on the rifle when it left service is...

    What ever is on the rifle when it left service is correct. There is no factory correct in the Enfield Line of rifles they are battle rifles not prima donnas. If you find a rifle in mint condition it...
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    ^^^^^ As DAAN said is the correct thing to do.

    ^^^^^ As DAAN said is the correct thing to do.
  14. You don't slap a forend on it has to be fitted to...

    You don't slap a forend on it has to be fitted to the draws etc. What is period correct. All furniture is correct when fitted correctly to a SMLE. These are battle rifles not Prima donnas. It is a...
  15. Value? ^^^^^

    ^^^^^
  16. Thread: Stacked SMLEs

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    Are the next generation interested enough to look...

    Are the next generation interested enough to look after the family history. I have two that are in our mob.
  17. Thread: Stacked SMLEs

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    Hey Muff were you that good.:D

    Hey Muff were you that good.:D
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    Because you have the original furniture I would...

    Because you have the original furniture I would put epoxy in lots of it mixed with saw dust then use a dremel to reshape
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    The screw is a British thing, just the Indians...

    The screw is a British thing, just the Indians did it more.
    The Aussies did it as well and they used big bolts too.
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    Or malleable iron

    Or malleable iron
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    The magazine is only meant to be removed for...

    The magazine is only meant to be removed for cleaning ,repair or replacement when damaged. That's why the catch is tight.
    Get some chargers for loading.
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    The sight on the rifle is correct even if...

    The sight on the rifle is correct even if replaced post war. Factory correct is not a correct term for British war time rifles. The next part in the bin was used, the same for a unit field repair by...
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    Gil How does an Aussie get a copy.

    Gil
    How does an Aussie get a copy.
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    Post service Mod probably for target shooting at...

    Post service Mod probably for target shooting at some stage but there are those that use that type of sight for hunting as well.
    Walnut is ok the plates are good to use if you cut to much wood out,...
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    Nose cap if you are referring to the bit the...

    Nose cap if you are referring to the bit the bayonet attaches to it is the Bayonet Boss. If the draws are not spot on the accuracy will not be and the draws will be destroyed very quickly. What sort...
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