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    In relation to this issue of what happens to my...

    In relation to this issue of what happens to my stuff once i pass onto the great rifle range in the sky, the main issue for me is the nature of the Firearms laws, where i reside - there is no "pass...
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    Sight, Telescopic Pattern 1918

    I've come across a colleague who has a Pattern 1918 scope, that i may be able to acquire from him at a low'ish price.
    I've examined it briefly (unable to take picture at the time unfortunately) ...
  3. I've found trying to get the some of the smaller...

    I've found trying to get the some of the smaller parts in OZ very frustrating. More so for the outlandish prices many seem to want for them these days. For few months I've been after the screw that...
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    There's flags enough, but no 2 seem to want to...

    There's flags enough, but no 2 seem to want to read the same :lol: Just have to pick one flag and hope its the right one, whist trying to read mirage thru scope, and second guessing yourself on your...
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    West Australian 2019 Queens Prize

    The 2019 West Australian Queens Prize was held end Sept. Once again I was confounded by the conditions at the WARA headquarters range, which to be honest is a %$#@ of a range to read conditions on....
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    I can try asking my father - long shot but he was...

    I can try asking my father - long shot but he was in the Cadets and the Cadets Rifle Team (In West Australia) He may have some insight - i do recall him telling once that they had no real armourer -...
  7. A number of my No4's have been ex Fullbore Target...

    A number of my No4's have been ex Fullbore Target rifles (here in Australia) and quite often they have the catch missing - i gather from talking with my father that when the "bolts out until your on...
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    My simple observations as an rank amateur are...

    My simple observations as an rank amateur are that the front mount has a modern "allen Key" (as i call em) screw, so not very old. And the front base appears to my eyes as coming from an Anschutz...
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    All the Ishapore 2A1's ive ever seen, have all...

    All the Ishapore 2A1's ive ever seen, have all had very very dark wood - darker than all other Enfields i either own or have handled/seen.
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    One of the senior contributors to this forum who...

    One of the senior contributors to this forum who knows a thing or two about working on No4's has suggested a few times, to take your sight apart in a plastic bag - so u dont loose the minute and...
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    Many of my No4's come to me as ex-range rifles...

    Many of my No4's come to me as ex-range rifles (Fullbore as it is known here in Australia) They are predominately good shooters but nearly always total "mix masters" , as compared to those No4's ive...
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    Id say Anschutz - I have 2 x Anschutz small bore...

    Id say Anschutz - I have 2 x Anschutz small bore rifles with handstops that accept the same (both came with single point competition slings with identical sling attachments as that pictured in post...
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    Indeed the cheek piece is poorly fitted - any...

    Indeed the cheek piece is poorly fitted - any chance of softening the glue and removing cheek piece?, may make it more desirable for sale
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    My various No.4's have standard wedding slings,...

    My various No.4's have standard wedding slings, although one has the longer Bren webbing sling, and my Fulton Regulated No.4 wears a M1907 style sling.
    No1Mk111 has webbing sling
    P14 has M1907...
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    Advice? As you would be well aware Cinders, prices on...

    As you would be well aware Cinders, prices on that particular online site - not just for Lee Enfields - can often be fairly inflated, and the descriptions based on lack of knowledge thru to pure...
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    Here in Australia the mummy wrap No4's have...

    Here in Australia the mummy wrap No4's have skyrocketed in cost (i say cost, not value, as believe the premiums being paid are getting ludicrous)
    An associate of mine purchased one, "cos he wanted...
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    I tried the S&K mount on one of my No4's, (mainly...

    I tried the S&K mount on one of my No4's, (mainly for load development)
    If set up correctly is solid and holds zero - the positive.
    Has little latitude for setting up scope with correct eye...
  18. Thread: Spare parts...

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    I tend to collect (hoard) everything i can get my...

    I tend to collect (hoard) everything i can get my hands on - wood, barrels, sights, bolt heads, bands, screws, whatever - you name it. Fortunately 90% comes to me very cheaply thru older associates...
  19. Thread: Sniper T

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    Perhaps my post came across wrong - Without doubt...

    Perhaps my post came across wrong - Without doubt Mr Skennertons knowledge is beyond reproach, and of course he would only endorse correct items - i meant it would be great if the vendor was able to...
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    It would be interesting to see if the vendor has...

    It would be interesting to see if the vendor has any written feedback/correspondence from Mr Skennerton re - his inspection/authentication - of the particular item. But given the way these items and...
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    Got a fellow in our club, turns up while ago all...

    Got a fellow in our club, turns up while ago all excited with his latest purchase - Nagant Sniper - i know next to nothing about them, but out of curiously i had brief look and few shots to zero - at...
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    Flags were hard to read that's for sure. Shooting...

    Flags were hard to read that's for sure. Shooting Fullbore it was tough at times holding against wind buffeting.
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    West Australian 2017 Queens Prize

    2017 West Oz Queens Prize held end of last wk and long wkend - rain and gusty wind was the order for the whole comp. I managed a 9th in Duke of Edinburgh (lead up event to Queens) only a 22nd in...
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    I have had a No.32 rebuilt by above mentioned...

    I have had a No.32 rebuilt by above mentioned Malcolm Eames Optical Restorers Brisbane, so far seems good, but has only been mounted on my L42 style No4 conversion for about 150 rounds - but all good...
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    At our fullbore club located close to south coast...

    At our fullbore club located close to south coast of West Australia, we shoot "service rifle" last sun of each month, and few times year the SSAA come to our range for service as well, I seem to...
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