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    Must be gold in them thar woods!:cheers:

    Must be gold in them thar woods!:cheers:
  2. A truly remarkable collection. I envy his...

    A truly remarkable collection. I envy his ability to display and enjoy it.:super:
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    You appear to have enough fireworks to celebrate...

    You appear to have enough fireworks to celebrate the 4th in style. :beerchug::dancingbanana:
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    In my neck of the woods, its not so much brand...

    In my neck of the woods, its not so much brand loyalty, as whats available. Not much in the way of variety.
  5. Thread: Deer Stalker

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    Oh for the misfortune to be north of the razor...

    Oh for the misfortune to be north of the razor wire, and to have champagne tastes and beer pockets!:lol:
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    Thanks for sharing the Ross 1910 with us.

    Thanks for sharing the Ross 1910 with us.
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    My curiosity is piqued - don't hoard the...

    My curiosity is piqued - don't hoard the information - how about pictures and details.
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    I suggest that you review these threads: ...

    I suggest that you review these threads:

    https://www.milsurps.com/showthread.php?t=20094

    https://www.milsurps.com/showthread.php?t=39360

    https://www.milsurps.com/showthread.php?t=31793
  9. I remember reading the Ross article in the...

    I remember reading the Ross article in the March,2010 American Rifleman. Thanks for the clarification.
  10. I admire a man who lives life with gusto!

    I admire a man who lives life with gusto!
  11. For me, it would have to be the Lee-Enfield Mk. 1...

    For me, it would have to be the Lee-Enfield Mk. 1 R.I.C. carbine. Other than that, the Lee Enfield No. 5 Mk. 1.
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    Hopefully, Steve1152, someone a little more...

    Hopefully, Steve1152, someone a little more knowledgeable will be able to help you.
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    Its not a common commercial conversion. A proper...

    Its not a common commercial conversion. A proper .22 calibre barrel has been installed, rather than a reline of a used barrel.

    Would it be possible for you to carefully remove the top hand-guard...
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    Pictures would help.

    Pictures would help.
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    Just a refinement, I think, to reduce clutter. I...

    Just a refinement, I think, to reduce clutter. I believe that when you look at when the 25 yd. sight marks are aligned on capt14k's No. 1 Mk. IV* against where the 25 yd. mark on your 1918 sits, the...
  16. A founding partner in the famous Griffin and Howe...

    A founding partner in the famous Griffin and Howe gun shop. Nice catch.
  17. The Model 1910-E is hard to come by - congrats. ...

    The Model 1910-E is hard to come by - congrats. This is the first one I've seen up for sale. Only the third I've seen in pictures.
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    The young lady is Annie Oakley!

    The young lady is Annie Oakley!
  19. Ross Model 1910-E Sporter, 303 Ross Cal.

    I've attached a advertisement for a Ross Model 1910-E Sporter, 303 Ross Cal.
    What a heartache!

    I've only ever seen one rifle modified like this - it was for John T. Amber, former Editor of Gun...
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    The side of the receiver looks as though it has...

    The side of the receiver looks as though it has been scrubbed, and then electro-pencilled No. 4 Mk I (F) FTR 48. That would be a Fazakerley rebuild in 1948. The receiver socket is stamped ROF...
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    I believe that the date, in this case, refers to...

    I believe that the date, in this case, refers to the technology used to produce it.
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    My third Lee Enfield was a No. 2 Mk IV*. I...

    My third Lee Enfield was a No. 2 Mk IV*. I particularly like the history stamped on this rifle - what a life it lived before it was resurrected by Parker-Hale. I wish we could correct the Thread...
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    What's really nice is that the sight has been...

    What's really nice is that the sight has been graduated for 25 yd. shooting during the conversion.
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    Sometimes its like dogs with a scent. So busy...

    Sometimes its like dogs with a scent. So busy with whats in front of you, you don't see the rabbit run behind you.
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    I wish it were that easy. A perfect example is...

    I wish it were that easy. A perfect example is the 1907 Ross Handbook. The written instructions state that the hood should be installed slanting towards the muzzle. Yet the illustrations in Plates...
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