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    Close Micheal - Suncorite

    Close Micheal - Suncorite
  2. Thread: Mk. 4 Charger

    by CINDERS
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    K↑F Kirkee, India MkII, MkIII, Mk4

    K↑F Kirkee, India MkII, MkIII, Mk4
  3. I'd get onto the split at the back of the...

    I'd get onto the split at the back of the forewood that would be a starting point seeing as its an RFI you could look at using a No.4 tie plate as I have seen MKIII's sporting the said plate others...
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    I got one like that which holds my T's scope...

    I got one like that which holds my T's scope quite well along with a 3 draw scout telescope with leather case from a fellow shooter $200/AUD for both the scope alone now is worth $300+/AUD
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    My bad the reflection of the rear window made it...

    My bad the reflection of the rear window made it look like there were personnel in the back our cash trucks have 3 personnel 1 driver and 2 collecting thing is they appear to have the S & W 38 Spl...
  6. The last couple of years has seen an explosion of...

    The last couple of years has seen an explosion of prices across the board for anything with the Lee line say or anything military as in that time a 303 that fetched say $450-$500 well now commands...
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    Post #3 pic #4 seems to be a split that starts...

    Post #3 pic #4 seems to be a split that starts next to the top wood keeper ring that will need repair
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    Watched it on the TV before I saw this post man...

    Watched it on the TV before I saw this post man he kept his cool our armoured cars that are used for cash collection and delivery have shielded gun ports so return fire from the guys in the back may...
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    I think before even testing the waters your...

    I think before even testing the waters your friend make up the appropriate barrels say for the No 1 MkIII in standard and H profile then get a good reliable shooter/Smith to test them I'm thinking...
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    Good Lee Enfield gunsmiths are like a matched...

    Good Lee Enfield gunsmiths are like a matched SMLE bl**dy difficult to find Alans on the money spend a few dollars get it to Brian who won't faff about in either saying it is fixable or its shagged....
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    This should answer you question as to the type...

    This should answer you question as to the type the mag cut off required it may have to have the BSA mark, as far as Lithgow went was deleted around mid 1916 then made a brief comeback early 1940...
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    POUDRE BUSKRUIT

    Brought these in N.Z few years ago when my wife and I were visiting her relatives over there I happened to fall into a few gunshops and found these.
    What intrigued me was they are for the Bren only...
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    Sadly soon all our WWII vets will be a distant...

    Sadly soon all our WWII vets will be a distant memory as the WWI vets are now being sadly lost to the sands of time, all that remains now are the memorials, printed matter and some rare films of...
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    I'm kind'a along the lines of very judicious...

    I'm kind'a along the lines of very judicious refurb/cleaning be kept to the absolute minimum to retain as much of its journey patina as possible. What gets me say with artillery or ordnance brass and...
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    Selling unknown whether it got purchased have not...

    Selling unknown whether it got purchased have not seen it re-surface.
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    Value? Judging by the condition of the pouch and compass...

    Judging by the condition of the pouch and compass in general I seriously doubt this piece saw active service unless the owner was fastidious and no where near the conflagration going on. Nice piece...
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    Lucky you with the No.5 I mean.

    Lucky you with the No.5 I mean.
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    RobD advice is a good starting point but if its...

    RobD advice is a good starting point but if its not serialed to the rifle then is the bolt fitted correctly! As they are not plug and play like say a Barnard action think one of the more experienced...
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    Interested to know muffet if you had any click...

    Interested to know muffet if you had any click bangs with 1915 ammo hope you boiled that barrel straight away
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    The influenza of 1919 decimated the poor beggars...

    The influenza of 1919 decimated the poor beggars that survived the horrors of that conflict only to be killed by that now that is a tragedy.
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    ANZAC Day 2021 for me

    Held a small home vigil today in remembrance of all our soldiers that went away never to return not only in the Great War and WWII but all other conflicts as well.
    It was so poignant today a misty...
  22. Thread: Disgraceful.

    by CINDERS
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    Disgraceful.

    Cannot remember the West Au senator D/H that said we should remember the current ADF service personnel and move away from memories of those past ANZAC's. WTF! I think this senator served in the RAN...
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    Seems the bolt is dragging on the sight # 1 pic...

    Seems the bolt is dragging on the sight # 1 pic (I think its called the cursor happy to be corrected)
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    Fuzzy Wuzzy Angels

    These native papuans were a great asset to our troops and also in fighting the IJA to help drive them from PNG.

    The picture (25/12/1942) shows Private George (Dick) Whittington of the 2/10...
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    It appears that not to much action took place...

    It appears that not to much action took place there as allot of the foliage and brush is not shredded by volumes of fire and explosions.

    Post script ~ should have added "in the area that the...
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