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    try ABE books--used book dealer and other book...

    try ABE books--used book dealer and other book sellers.
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    In 1995 J.C. Harrison published a 6x8.5 inch...

    In 1995 J.C. Harrison published a 6x8.5 inch plastic spiral bound 90 page booklet titled: P-17 The American Enfield It covers Pattern 1914 and Model 1917 rifles. No photos but quality line...
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    There would also be demand for Ross stocks and...

    There would also be demand for Ross stocks and handguards.
  4. pictures of grenade sight

    I now believe the N has nothing to do with British Navy. I just asked it as a question as it was there. No broad arrows anywhere.

    Cartridge headstamp is F N 68.

    Attached are pictures of...
  5. Which rifle? Thanks, p.

    Which rifle? Thanks, p.
  6. Thank you. I failed to mention that the...

    Thank you. I failed to mention that the cartridge is 5.56mm Nato. How and what the odd sight fits is a puzzle.
  7. Please identify 1969 period rifle grenade set

    This showed up at a small show today. It is complete in a capped cardboard tube marked, "PRAC (INT-F) / RFL -- 40 / N / AA? 69.

    The grenade body has the same markings as the...
  8. Argentine M91 carbine converted to 5.56mm NATO

    I bought this from a friend who got it a a local auction. We didn't know it was altered until we got home. No markings, we don't know who did it. I love odd ball conversions. Someone might...
  9. Unexpected find, Argentine M91 DWM in 5.56mm NATO caliber

    A friend got this Mauser at auction for a low price because it was mismatched and had scope mount holes. Examination at home showed the blocked magazine and eventually we figured out that it had...
  10. Many years from now, collectors will be bragging...

    Many years from now, collectors will be bragging about having an original unaltered Springfield Sporters rifle with original intact inventory aluminum tag. Possibly the latest version of Numrich...
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    Austrian percussion carbines

    I had these out today as I am trying to form a list of missing parts for the bottom US Civil War carbine. According to reference sources, the stock band was often lost as the band was not attached...
  12. The British Textbook of 1939 discusses the wire...

    The British Textbook of 1939 discusses the wire wrapped grenade launching rifles. The first ones were wrapped for grenade launching training and non wrapped were used at the front. Continuous use...
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    Dumb question but does the bolt run freely with...

    Dumb question but does the bolt run freely with no springs? Could something else be hanging things up?
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    A local prototype shop should be able to run a...

    A local prototype shop should be able to run a number of them for you and you could sell the excess.
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    Walk away. The front of the barrel is missing,...

    Walk away. The front of the barrel is missing, not enough length to support the bayonet. Restoration would be a money waster. Save your money put it in a box and add money while waiting for a...
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    Royal Malta???

    Royal Malta???
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    A father had to really love his child to carve...

    A father had to really love his child to carve it. No going to the toy store and writing a check. If it was done during the war, all metal toys were banned and only wood product toy were allowed.
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    A carved wooden No. 1 MkIII*

    This recently surfaced from a local show. Carved from a wood blank. The metal parts are all home made. The small disc is marked, "7.38 / MD N J /10". I think this is neat and well in...
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    I have seen/handled one or two No.5s with the...

    I have seen/handled one or two No.5s with the unit disc in the butt. No story to tell by the seller. Apparently the price must have too high as I didn't buy it or the disc was not a big deal at...
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    Note the safety on the cocking piece. No.1 Mk2...

    Note the safety on the cocking piece. No.1 Mk2 or Mk4?
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    101542 I have Savage No. 4 Mk1 (T) number OC1...

    101542 I have Savage No. 4 Mk1 (T) number OC1 missing carrying box and telescopic sight can.
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    Who is the Col.? Colonel Sanders?

    Who is the Col.? Colonel Sanders?
  23. Thread: 1918 SMLE .22

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    Are you sure it is steel? Does a magnet stick? ...

    Are you sure it is steel? Does a magnet stick? Steel butt plates with out traps do exist on some Canadian No.4 rifles.
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    LST ship model presentation to a veteran

    Jim Stiles served as a Quartermaster aboard LST 32 (Alameda County) in the late 1950's to early 1960's. Stationed at Naples Italy he traveled all over the Mediterranean sea.

    I made and presented...
  25. I got the parts from Numrich/Gun Parts a few...

    I got the parts from Numrich/Gun Parts a few years ago. They were as new.
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