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    Got one myself John, I intended to graft part of...

    Got one myself John, I intended to graft part of a spare body on the part that Geoff had machined off........ its still in the back of a cabinet.............., lovely rifle but as its been said...
  2. Thread: Scimitar

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    Been trying to find some pics of when I was in...

    Been trying to find some pics of when I was in BATUS but they seem to have disappeared, One thing I would say, the drivers would have to be a slim build and lubed up to get in and out quick, maybe...
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    Have to laugh at that one Mick, many years ago...

    Have to laugh at that one Mick, many years ago our club organised a Military rifle shoot, from a standard as issued rifle it slowly become any rifle with a bolt, scoped or not, in the space of a...
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    Value? Listed is one thing Gil, but the proof is in the...

    Listed is one thing Gil, but the proof is in the pudding........ there are a few not quite right L42's out there, I remember Scotarms had a L42 listed, it wasn't an L42, but it was made up on a No4T...
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    Value? Hmm, some prices quoted are a little inflated I'm...

    Hmm, some prices quoted are a little inflated I'm afraid, I based my figure on what Mike may be able to get for it, for a dealer to buy it and an auction price it would be a lot lower, you only have...
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    A classic .........

    A classic .........
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    Value? I would say Roy W is on the money regarding value...

    I would say Roy W is on the money regarding value and that would be the top price in my opinion far less in an auction, as It bears no scope number on the butt, its the reason I say it was done...
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    Value? Always hard to put a price on something like...

    Always hard to put a price on something like this, I PM'd Mike as I have a Chest for a L42, I bought sometime back from a fellow member on here, as I was holding on for a similar rifle that was...
  9. Thread: Scimitar

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    I thought that was the Gurkhas..........

    I thought that was the Gurkhas..........
  10. Thread: My SIG 550's.

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    Lovely rifles..... I get to shoot one twice a...

    Lovely rifles..... I get to shoot one twice a year, unfortunately missed out last week due to work.
  11. Thread: SA80

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    Hmmmm, I said my bit regarding the SA80 in a...

    Hmmmm, I said my bit regarding the SA80 in a previous thread sometime back, see post #10 in the link at the bottom, but before you proceed lets start out with some facts regarding the the small clip...
  12. Nothing to do with brexit, but the sound.....

    Found this while looking for a song the Coors did a cover for......not being bias but having an Engineers ear, the spitfire wins regardless.

    FOCKE WULF 190 vs. SPITFIRE | REAL Tailchase - YouTube
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    Still issued in UK, although now only used for...

    Still issued in UK, although now only used for heating hot water, to either heat your rations or for shaving, after heating your meal the hot water is used for a brew/or shave........ personally only...
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    Mentioned in the series by Harry Harris, ...

    Mentioned in the series by Harry Harris,

    Auxiliary Units On Discovery History - YouTube
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    Don't know about subsonic, but I've been using...

    Don't know about subsonic, but I've been using reduced/squib loads for many years, 13.5 - 14 grains of Unique behind a 110 grain .30 bullet works wonders (I use .30 M1 carbine bullets) never had any...
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    That applies to most bunkers Jim, but the ones...

    That applies to most bunkers Jim, but the ones Gil and Peter mention are the Secret Army ones, small groups that were to form underground cells and had a small weapon cache etc. The fact that it was...
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    Post #8 by MKVII, pics 3&4 "the Blacker Bombard"...

    Post #8 by MKVII, pics 3&4 "the Blacker Bombard" or the Spigot Mortar, for anyone not in the know, link below gives a view of what sat on the stainless steel spigot.
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    The No4T isn't a trials for sure, but looks legit...

    The No4T isn't a trials for sure, but looks legit to me but only have a limited view of the pics. I'm sure the experts will chime inn.

    The other certainly is a custom rifle.........but never a...
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    Thanks Gil, PM received, one good thing about the...

    Thanks Gil, PM received, one good thing about the clansman range is the 24v battery, was standard for all the Portable radios, as I've got a 351 inbound too, I got 5 new batteries on ebay for next...
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    Thanks Roy, I,ve only used the Bowman as secton...

    Thanks Roy, I,ve only used the Bowman as secton radio etc, the clansman is new to me but Read a whole lot about them, in fact have a 321 inbound and a (TURF) for it, intend to use as a base station....
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    I guess the title would raise an eyebrow in...

    I guess the title would raise an eyebrow in certain parts of the world, never thought about it until you mentioned it.
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    Clansman Radio

    Recently took the plunge for a Clansman PRC 320, have the instructions etc and it works fine, just wonder if anyone had experience with them during there service ? also what was there best antenna...
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    Interesting regarding the GSTP, I was Reading...

    Interesting regarding the GSTP, I was Reading some time ago (excuse the pun) that the TP was quoted as "Trade Pattern" ?
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    I think I posted something similar below...

    I think I posted something similar below regarding the "Dirty Dozen"

    In Depth: The story of “The Dirty Dozen” - The First Wristwatches Specially Commissioned for the British Army
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    I worked on the Kwinana strip for some time on...

    I worked on the Kwinana strip for some time on plant shutdowns etc, one day it was tools down as the Union was concerned about asbestos so we had a meeting....... The crane driver piped up "whats the...
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