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    He said is was a No7 and, as he said it was a...

    He said is was a No7 and, as he said it was a BSA, it would be the No7 Mk1.

    The Canadian version is a 'CNo7'
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    Brian Dick (BDL Ltd) has some extractors,...

    Brian Dick (BDL Ltd) has some extractors, ejectors and bolt heads made ( the parts missing from those actions imported into the USA) I'm pretty sure he sold them all and said 'never again - it was a...
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    Brian Dick (BDL Ltd) has some extractors,...

    Brian Dick (BDL Ltd) has some extractors, ejectors and bolt heads made ( the parts missing from those actions imported into the USA) I'm pretty sure he sold them all and said 'never again - it was a...
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    There are a number of sight options for both the...

    There are a number of sight options for both the No1 Mk3 and the No4 Mk1 / 1*
    that are just 'plug & play' and require no gunsmithing or drilling an tapping - they utilise existing screws


    For...
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    Rifle 2 If the serial number has a prefix...

    Rifle 2

    If the serial number has a prefix letter it is virtually guaranteed to be a Lithgow manufactured rfle.
    If the serial number has a suffix letter (probably an "A") is it virtually...
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    The leather washer has a hole in the centre (like...

    The leather washer has a hole in the centre (like any good washer), put a small "L" bend (slightly 'over' an L) in the end of a wire coat hanger and you can hook the washer out as 'easy as you like'.
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    Or, a wire coathanger with a small hook bent into...

    Or, a wire coathanger with a small hook bent into the end.
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    Fitting rifle bolts. Posted By: Peter Laidler ...

    Fitting rifle bolts.
    Posted By: Peter Laidler
    Date: Tues 4 Dec 2007 12:07 pm
    In Response To: Fitting rifle bolts. Any interest? (Peter Laidler)
    First things first. Bolts could only be fitted...
  9. A MkIII scope seems to have snuck into the photos...

    A MkIII scope seems to have snuck into the photos (in addition to the MkII scope)
  10. "Replay" ? Are you in video mode ?

    "Replay" ?

    Are you in video mode ?
  11. Next to the 'post quick reply' button.

    Next to the 'post quick reply' button.
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    I've read somewhere that they are being offered...

    I've read somewhere that they are being offered to the current 'user', if they don't want them they are to be destroyed.
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    Well done - it just needed the right tool for the...

    Well done - it just needed the right tool for the job.
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    Thanks, but at that price and active bidding (and...

    Thanks, but at that price and active bidding (and its not even a buy-it-now) I'll wait a while longer.
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    Well. well, well, - the L42 with CES that was for...

    Well. well, well, - the L42 with CES that was for sale on Guntrader for 19,500 has sold.
    No idea of actual achieved price, but the prices have only been going 'one way'.


    Enfield, Lee 7.62x51...
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    Yup - them's the ones. Is the compass degrees...

    Yup - them's the ones.

    Is the compass degrees or grads / radians ?

    Now the wrist watch ?

    I'm missing the tissues tho'.
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    Nice kit - just need the binoculars & compass !!...

    Nice kit - just need the binoculars & compass !!


    Mine just has the original leather case.
  18. I think the 'story' is amazingly consistent for a...

    I think the 'story' is amazingly consistent for a 12 year gap.

    You must have had a bit of 'insomnia' to be posting at 6:00am on 28th December
  19. Do you remember this from the old Jouster forum...

    Do you remember this from the old Jouster forum in 2007 ?



    SMLE Cup dischargers

    Posted By: Peter Laidler

    Date: Fri 28 Dec 2007 6:03 am
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    Put them on Gunbroker (with a high reserve if you...

    Put them on Gunbroker (with a high reserve if you don't want them to sell) and see what the bidding gets to - that'll be the 'market price'.
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    My '43 dated 4T AV Prefix RAF issue

    My '43 dated 4T

    AV Prefix
    RAF issue
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    The 'head' sits on a 'ledge', below which should...

    The 'head' sits on a 'ledge', below which should be a metal washer.
    The shank is a 'push fit' thru the butt out to the butt socket. (so yes - the shank is also a 'tightish' fit)

    Just a thought -...
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    5mm Head depth

    5mm Head depth
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    I would try to avoid the heat and go for the...

    I would try to avoid the heat and go for the 'socket' first.

    If the forend is removed you could heat the end of the butt-bolt where it comes thru the butt-socket, but personally I'd be wary of...
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    The actual butt-bolt is very roughly (I cannot...

    The actual butt-bolt is very roughly (I cannot get to my Calipers at the moment)

    Shank 12mm diameter,
    Head 18mm diameter (so up to an 18mm wide screwdriver will fit)
    Slot width 3mm
    Slot depth...
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