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    There is that question, how the 7,7x58 chambered...

    There is that question, how the 7,7x58 chambered in a 6,5x50 chamber. Also how the 7,62x63 [30-06] fit in the action. Note case length differences. Some parts of the story might be missing.
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    It might be that the often[?] repeated release...

    It might be that the often[?] repeated release and retightening could change the rifle's shooting performance? For better or worse.
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    Go to Forum top left, scroll down to Other...

    Go to Forum top left, scroll down to Other LMG/HMG and SMG.
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    I would imagine there would be armourer and...

    I would imagine there would be armourer and storeman and stores instructions for loosening that screw for storage purposes, if such was required, seeing that these rifles were often stored for...
  5. First step is to check barrel length. I believe...

    First step is to check barrel length. I believe they were all shortened, making full restoration impossible. I believe metalwork was also done. Enjoy it as it is, a handsome rifle and a good...
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    Being outside lubricated, 22LR residue will...

    Being outside lubricated, 22LR residue will always build up. Need to clean every now and then.
  7. Were I you, I would cut the mag off flush, close...

    Were I you, I would cut the mag off flush, close up bottom. If it still has the original blade leaf, break off the bottom one. Makes a 4/5 shot mag. leaves a clean looking rifle.
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    Sten mag was a copy of the Lanchester which was...

    Sten mag was a copy of the Lanchester which was in production, which was a copy of the WWI Bergman MP18, more or less. The MP38/40 basically used the later improved Bergman MP28/updated magazine as...
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    The most important part of an SMG is the...

    The most important part of an SMG is the magazine. All else falls into place if the magazine works reliably.
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    Sticky: I recommend listing them one at a time in the...

    I recommend listing them one at a time in the right forum [top left] with many photos showing numbers, action, etc.
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    Sticky: Oldtar, you will get more answers by posting in...

    Oldtar, you will get more answers by posting in the 1903 forum. Use the drop down from "Forum" at the top and post in the 1903 section. You can also search on the site [top right] that might net...
  12. Sorry, missed the 1917 bit. Would be nice if...

    Sorry, missed the 1917 bit. Would be nice if they did No1/4/5 stocks too.
  13. Their website doesn't show LE stocks?

    Their website doesn't show LE stocks?
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    Value? Looks like a good buy. What does the seller want?

    Looks like a good buy. What does the seller want?
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    Have you tried 100m? The bullets might not be...

    Have you tried 100m? The bullets might not be stabilising that close.

    Many other possibilities but try one at a time.
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    Sticky: Post lots of pictures in the correct forum, the...

    Post lots of pictures in the correct forum, the experts will soon be along to help.
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    Photos of two different rifles.

    Photos of two different rifles.
  18. Thread: The MG08

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    Sticky: Many more photos on The Soldier's...

    Many more photos on The Soldier's Burden/www.trenchfighter.com
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    Many more photos on The Soldier's...

    Many more photos on The Soldier's Burden/www.trenchfighter.com
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    These body covers were usually machined to spec...

    These body covers were usually machined to spec for optic sights and fit tighter than the normal ones. Not rare but not common either.
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    Lubricated ones work best. Keeps dust out of the...

    Lubricated ones work best. Keeps dust out of the Browning co-ax.
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    The blanks are the cause of the problem. Start...

    The blanks are the cause of the problem. Start the solution there.
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    Looks like photoshop

    Looks like photoshop
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    Please add the pictures.

    Please add the pictures.
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    What rear sight?

    What rear sight?
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