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  1. Thread: L42A1 Sling

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    They pop up on ebay from time to time. I have...

    They pop up on ebay from time to time.

    I have them on my L42, both my AR's and even my Tikka T1X because they are superb slings you can use as single point or two point.
  2. Thread: L42A1 Sling

    by Roy W
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    The 1907 leather sling was replaced in 1974 I...

    The 1907 leather sling was replaced in 1974 I believe with an amendment added to the handbook. The cotton L8A1 (?) slings are still around and available and approx 150
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    A Star is also the ownership mark of Indonesia....

    A Star is also the ownership mark of Indonesia. Will be interesting to see what this one means
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    Surely a 1942 dated Savage might not have the S51...

    Surely a 1942 dated Savage might not have the S51 on the butt. The T looks correct and there is a faint scope number on the wrist.

    I'd say it looks legit. I'd be tempted at that price!
  5. Thread: L42A1 CES

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    The seller is a member on here, it was advertised...

    The seller is a member on here, it was advertised in the For Sale section when it first went up

    Sold or withdrawn?
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    Still in use late 80's early 90's and part of the...

    Still in use late 80's early 90's and part of the standard Royal Engineers G1098 Stores.
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    You shouldn't take the mickey Pete, I once...

    You shouldn't take the mickey Pete, I once completed an Advanced RAF Regiment Map Reading Course, whilst on a NAAFI break with nothing else to do.

    It went like this........................ Out of...
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    See the attached photos. Copy and annotate with...

    See the attached photos. Copy and annotate with the relevant parts you want close ups of and measurements and I will upload accordingly.

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  9. I get that completely Roger. In this case though,...

    I get that completely Roger. In this case though, where it was required as a 'prop' I thought a repro No.32 would look better, because even as a prop it still doesn't look like a 4T? And if it is...
  10. Why not just find a real No32 scope to put on the...

    Why not just find a real No32 scope to put on the rifle, or one of the copies, if it is just a prop?

    There can't be too many REL No.42's around, especially in that condition. Shame to damage it
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    You can just make out the Garand muzzle sticking...

    You can just make out the Garand muzzle sticking out by the Field Dressing on his helmet
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    Investment Casting Mould for 4T Front Pads

    Many years ago, when Pontious was still a Navigator and Centurian was a rank, not a tank, I worked in a foundry which made, amongst other things, the Spirit of Ecstasy for Rolls Royce, turbo hot end...
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    Some more reading here...

    Some more reading here https://www.milsurps.com/showthread.php?t=34637
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    Two on a dealer's site in the Uk for 1500, haven't sold in at least two years. One for sale in the UK secondhand, within the IRISH Contract number range, hardly used, excellent condition hasn't sold...
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    Cheers, it is nice.

    Cheers, it is nice.
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    Thanks, I was curious, as Pete says it depends...

    Thanks, I was curious, as Pete says it depends who you ask.

    They aren't, of course, lethal barrelled weapons capable of discharging bullet, missile or shot, but as we are all aware, these days,...
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    So are these classed as De-Acts? or are they Sect...

    So are these classed as De-Acts? or are they Sect 1?
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    I think that is extremely optimistic pricing,...

    I think that is extremely optimistic pricing, despite the contents of the CES (seems to be missing the bottle and brush) I still think it is at least 7k overpriced if not more.

    However, it is...
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    Thanks, and they do

    Thanks, and they do
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    New (to me) No32 Mk3

    Thanks to a forum member I was able to recently purchase a lovely Mk3 scope, with blued body and crisp optics. Thought I would post a few pics. It has a mismatched bracket, plus I included a pic of...
  22. Thread: M85 at 1,000 yds

    by Roy W
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    Lithy, you forgot to take Brian home! :) ...

    Lithy, you forgot to take Brian home! :)

    :lol::lol:

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    There are two for sale on a UK Dealer's website...

    There are two for sale on a UK Dealer's website at the moment, for 1500 GBP. Mind you, they have been for sale for over two years that I know of. Maybe he is waiting for them to grow into their...
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    150 or thereabouts
  25. Thread: No.4 Sight Block

    by Roy W
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    Two types Mick, Screw at front uses the split...

    Two types Mick, Screw at front uses the split dovetail foresights, the solid block, no screw, uses solid dovetail foresight blades.
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