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  1. Excellent. Do you have any pictures of how the...

    Excellent. Do you have any pictures of how the rifle would have looked with the scope installed? I can't say I've ever seen even so much as a sketch of such a set up. Absolutely superb craftsmanship....
  2. Beautiful work. I look forward to seeing how this...

    Beautiful work. I look forward to seeing how this turns out! Are you planning on selling the brackets at some point?
  3. Truly amazing work. You should be incredibly...

    Truly amazing work. You should be incredibly proud!
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    Merci, @tatou

    Merci, @tatou
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    If you have a second made, I would happily pay....

    If you have a second made, I would happily pay. I'm in the same boat. Silver solder would probably work best.
  6. Feel free to shoot me a message directly! Thank!

    Feel free to shoot me a message directly! Thank!
  7. @Daan Kemp I wholeheartedly agree! The more I...

    @Daan Kemp

    I wholeheartedly agree! The more I think about it, it seems a pretty selfless gesture.

    @Roger Payne

    Is there a scope you don't have lying around!? Thanks for the measurements,...
  8. @Roger Payne This was more informed response...

    @Roger Payne

    This was more informed response I was hoping for! Though my corn flakes deserved better!

    @TheAlpineWolf

    As it were, I'm at that dangerous junction where I have a receiver and...
  9. I have seen true Aldis scopes in good/great...

    I have seen true Aldis scopes in good/great condition go for over $1000. I can't say I'm much of an expert on these things. If it is a post war Aldis lookalike, and the internals are functional, I...
  10. Looks like an Aldis scope. Is there a date on it?...

    Looks like an Aldis scope. Is there a date on it? Is the mounting bracket original to the rifle? They used a lot of different methods to mount those things. What sort of markings are on the rifle?
  11. Absolute beauties!

    Absolute beauties!
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    WTB: WTB A nice Krag 1898 sporter stock

    Looking for a nice sporter stock, not a cut down military stock. Thanks for looking!
  13. I don't have a lathe on hand, but I might be able...

    I don't have a lathe on hand, but I might be able to use a friend's. Thank you for this info.
  14. No, it was not as far as I can tell. I am doing...

    No, it was not as far as I can tell. I am doing this more for the stock than trying to make a forgery. Eventually, I will buy a better stock for it - either repro or original. But for the meantime,...
  15. Wrapping a Lee Enfield No1MK3 for grenade launcher

    Hello Gents,

    I am in the process of restoring a No1Mk3. I have cobbled together a stock from the rifle's original sporterized stock and some old bits I've had laying around. The issue is where the...
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    Cleaning up a No4Mk1/3

    Hello all,

    I thought I'd show a little bit of my current project - cleaning up a No4Mk1/3 that came from a pile of "relics" from Sarco.

    I started first by cleaning it up with mineral spirits...
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    Thank you very much!

    Thank you very much!
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    WTB: Remington Lee 1879 Magazine

    Still searching high and low.
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    Thank you. Much appreciated.b

    Thank you. Much appreciated.b
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    Sorry for the delay, here are the...

    Sorry for the delay, here are the...
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    I'm beginning to notice that... I reached out to...

    I'm beginning to notice that... I reached out to that gentleman you referred me to, but he never wrote me back.

    I'm hoping the Baltimore antique gun show has one somewhere hidden in tbe stacks. ...
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    Remington Lee 1879 buttplate

    Hello all,

    I was wondering what sort of buttplate the Remington Lee 1879 uses. Mine is in awful shape but I see that it looks like a simple trapdoor plate. Does it use an 1873 size plate? Or...
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    They will not sell to C&R unfortunately -for the...

    They will not sell to C&R unfortunately -for the "relics" that is I tried to purchase one but they told me it was not a C&R purchase.. just an FYI
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    WTB: Long-Lee nose cap

    Looking for a nose cap for a Long Lee/Lee Metford. Thank you.
  25. WTB: Lee-Cook magazine for a Remington-Lee 1879

    As stated, looking for a Lee Cook magazine that will fit in Remington lee with magazine notch cutout.
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