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    Yes Ron, I was going to mention that, as there...

    Yes Ron, I was going to mention that, as there are a lot of high numbers but nothing there in that range.;)
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    Sadly nothing logged in the register with that...

    Sadly nothing logged in the register with that number.
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    Kev, I woukl say it was from that rifle, only...

    Kev,
    I woukl say it was from that rifle, only because it took them three years to convert and restamp these 500 rifles its the way I would have done business to ensure each rifle got its personal...
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    Kev, Yes this rifle features in entry 1969 in...

    Kev,
    Yes this rifle features in entry 1969 in the register for the C3A1 part of the 1200TX/M82 Canadian Refurbishment Contract W8466-7EHB17/01 DATED 26-11-87 No further information.
    Gil
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    Yes correct Ron, amazing price, but someone saw...

    Yes correct Ron, amazing price, but someone saw the true value...................... and agreed revert to C3A1 if the barrel speaks its history!!
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    Parker Hale M82 Serial Number: R 22690 is at...

    Parker Hale M82 Serial Number: R 22690 is at entry 626 in the PH Register comment beside it states:

    "Marked as 1200 TX's and sold to Mr T. Hallam 5/11/96 from Canada as M82's originally"

    C3A1...
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    Steve, Funny things specialist military rifles....

    Steve,
    Funny things specialist military rifles. There always seems to be a small nucleus of people that have to fiddle to the extreme, rather than keeping rifles or leaving rifles as they were...
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    Very interesting!!

    Very interesting!!
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    Ron, Always difficult to put a price on a rifle...

    Ron,
    Always difficult to put a price on a rifle like this, Dependant on so many pondurables, bore, general condition, etc, so I thought 2-3K was fair.
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    Established that T. Hallam is in fact Tony Hallam...

    Established that T. Hallam is in fact Tony Hallam of Charnwood Ordnance.

    He did indeed did buy a lot of guns from Parker Hale back in 1996.

    He is related to Roger Hale by marriage. He owns one...
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    Steve,
    I would say 2-3k really dependant on what you have there, it is a difficult one, as PH rifles seem to be fetching good prices recently at auction. ;)
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    Steve, Like the everybody else, my view would...

    Steve,

    Like the everybody else, my view would be to go for it anyway, as long as the price is right. The PH records on the M82's is accurate, no scopes fitted or sold with them, so yours has...
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    Some good news Parker Hale M82 Serial Number...

    Some good news Parker Hale M82 Serial Number R-21221 was refurbished on the 5th June 1992 and re marked as a 1200 TX and sold with a large number of other rifles to a Mr T. Hallam on the 5th November...
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    Garry, Thats good to hear. It could be the PH...

    Garry,
    Thats good to hear. It could be the PH record keeping wasn't that good as they are only books, or a simple change of direction and some others went to the Army at the same time.
    Glad to hear...
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    Your PH M85 S/N 00208F was produced on 23rd...

    Your PH M85 S/N 00208F was produced on 23rd Janaury 1987 it fired 19.3mm group @100 yards with 10 rounds. It was fitted with a Green NATO stock and sold to the Australian Army with no scope fitted.
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    Agree totally with Ron, albeit the S prefix was...

    Agree totally with Ron, albeit the S prefix was always attributed to the M81 with an R going onto M82's but I know in conversations I have had with Bill Smallwood about that, he states at the "end of...
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    Hi Seymour, Welcome to the site. If you go to...

    Hi Seymour,
    Welcome to the site.
    If you go to this link and read it through it will assist you to upload the images easily. Once you have got through the pain barrier of the first time blues it...
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    Seymore, Sadly not, be of interest to see images...

    Seymore,
    Sadly not, be of interest to see images of the rifle as it could be a "special" in some way, but I can ask the question once we have the images.
    The G suffix was attributed to the C3A1...
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    Seymore, Could you post an image of the serial...

    Seymore,
    Could you post an image of the serial number as there is no trace of it solely on the 15477. If it was an M82 its prefix would be an R, and it doesn't sound like you have anything that...
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