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    If he was charging Rubles this would be a steal...

    If he was charging Rubles this would be a steal at $67:yikes:
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    I'm not looking for the part, but just commenting...

    I'm not looking for the part, but just commenting that it seems difficult to find vice the spring an latch which are easy and inexpensive to find.
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    Seems to be a bunch of links to various vendors...

    Seems to be a bunch of links to various vendors on e-bay...
  4. Good one! Maybe I'm giving criminals to much...

    Good one!

    Maybe I'm giving criminals to much credit but they have to figure everyone is home with guns and enough bleach and paper towels to clean up the scene. :yikes:
  5. Maybe a way to keep the bastards at bay. Whip up...

    Maybe a way to keep the bastards at bay. Whip up a sign that looks official and post around your home.

    Warning quarantine for COVID-19
    by order of (insert you local health dept)
  6. Here's a link to dropbox on the No1 mk3...

    Here's a link to dropbox on the No1 mk3 disassembly and reassembly.

    If you have cosmoline in the stock wrap in paper towel, stick in a black trash bag and leave on the dashboard on a sunny day and...
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    I'm still trying to figure out why the part that...

    I'm still trying to figure out why the part that hold the latch and spring is so hard to find...
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    Scales for the bayonet are $7 for a pair, yes...

    Scales for the bayonet are $7 for a pair, yes they are for the 1907...and fit. The 1907 bolt catch will work in the as well...may require some minor fitting. The difficult part to find is the screw...
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    Actually it's a scabbard for the Model 1917 ...

    Actually it's a scabbard for the Model 1917

    Bayo Points 11
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    Here's and image of what the guys are talking...

    Here's and image of what the guys are talking about WRT the clips

    https://www.milsurps.com/images/imported/2020/03/aB0lBLK-1.jpg
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    That looks way better than the one I have.

    That looks way better than the one I have.
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    so much for social distancing

    so much for social distancing
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    Nothing wrong with the cut in the cylinder, done...

    Nothing wrong with the cut in the cylinder, done at the arsenal.
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    Ouch. Between the crack and the possible welded...

    Ouch. Between the crack and the possible welded receiver probably paid 3X the value of the remaining parts.
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    As others have noted the import install safety is...

    As others have noted the import install safety is a pain in the forth point of contact. I ended up pulling mine out to get the weapon to function...Mine is a range only weapon and the internal "half...
  16. Two lefties (check the shooter farther away)

    Two lefties (check the shooter farther away)
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    Nothing like pulling a DPRICE.... Anyhow with...

    Nothing like pulling a DPRICE....

    Anyhow with luck he may be able to use the NSN to figure out if a company like Fastenal would have a screw that might work...:D
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    https://www.forgottenweapons.com/wp-content/upload...

    https://www.forgottenweapons.com/wp-content/uploads/Books/Australian%20Military%20Forces%20Identification%20List.pdf

    page 49 for the drawing

    search for this term to bring up Canadian PDF on the...
  19. Thread: m1903 refurb

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    Auto correct wasn't the Ops friend Loctite...

    Auto correct wasn't the Ops friend Loctite becomes lactate.
  20. Thread: m1903 refurb

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    A couple of suggestions for you get a "China...

    A couple of suggestions for you get a "China marker" in white to fill in the marks. It's reversible.

    Find a sporterized 1903 that has been drilled an tapped so you don't turn a $800 rifle into a...
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    So being sold by Georges (Riverbank Armory)...

    So being sold by Georges (Riverbank Armory) cousin?
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    Thanks. Accurate as well after taking it to the...

    Thanks. Accurate as well after taking it to the range
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    CMP 1911: Marine Corps pistol?

    So my lottery number came up and the CMP sent me this Colt Field Grade. Looks to have a O-68 etched below the serial number (see last photo). Possible Marine Corps rebuild?
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    Couple links to get you started. Pictures always...

    Couple links to get you started. Pictures always help

    https://www.milsurps.com/forumdisplay.php?f=72

    https://www.milsurps.com/showthread.php?t=52481
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    For Sale: NOS Butt plates; Saginaw Gear

    Saginaw Gear as indicated by the missing dot at the 5 o’clock position.
    In wrap with preservative

    two left

    $26 each shipped First Class in a bubble envelop.
    Insurance add $2.25 (up to two)....
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