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    I would think repaired rear tube from No.53?

    I would think repaired rear tube from No.53?
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    by Lee Enfield
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    In the not so clear photos of the scope mount, i...

    In the not so clear photos of the scope mount, i think it resembles one of the "Italian" type repros which has been worked over.

    Perhaps clearer focus photos would be possible?
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    I like the Patt. 51 bren pouches, they make great...

    I like the Patt. 51 bren pouches, they make great supply pouches for hunting.
  4. .455 because of the British acceptance markings....

    .455 because of the British acceptance markings.

    If you remove the Grips, there should be a capital "E" stamped on the frame.

    Post WW1 barrel due to the re-inforce against the frame (1919 and...
  5. Sticky: Any sign of serial number 02134c ?

    Any sign of serial number 02134c ?
  6. Your New Service was built as a .455 in the...

    Your New Service was built as a .455 in the 1914-16 period.

    The barrel is from the end of production (mid 1930's to early 1940's).
    It's not factory Bluing.

    Many NOS spare parts (barrels and...
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    Rob, look again at the timeline: 8 July '44,...

    Rob, look again at the timeline:

    8 July '44, they enquired on 4,000 "instruments" to be delivered by April '45.

    August '44 they are disappointed to learn that April '45 is not realistic.

    I...
  8. Sticky: I'm not Gil, but the M86/M87 was marketed to...

    I'm not Gil, but the M86/M87 was marketed to Military, Police and Civilian purchasers.

    The only military adoption of which I'm aware was Canada as the C3A1.

    Numerous M86/M87 rifles for sale in...
  9. Sticky: https://auctions.holtsauctioneers.com/asp/fullCata...

    https://auctions.holtsauctioneers.com/asp/fullCatalogue.asp?salelot=S0320+++4100+&refno=++147534&saletype=
    That is NOT an M85, it is an M86/M87

    105533
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    As usual I was looking for something else and...

    As usual I was looking for something else and stumbled across the document.

    I believe i made a copy, haven't been able to relocate it yet.
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    Excerpt from the Canadian Military Historical...

    Excerpt from the Canadian Military Historical Report Report No. 73:

    Sniper's Equipment
    38. Subsequent to a general survey of the situation on snipers equipment (109), a meeting
    was held in June...
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    I came across a document recently which states...

    I came across a document recently which states that REL developed/ used new optical glues to replace Balsam as lense glue.
  13. BAyonet Collection Presentation...

    BAyonet Collection Presentation

    I am sure that is an Israeli property marking.

    https://www.milsurps.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=105377&d=1581250776
  14. It's probably more a case of lacking experience...

    It's probably more a case of lacking experience in the specific firearm.

    I'm sure one of my friends suggested the source of the problem to me, and I didn't believe him based on the fact the the...
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    "Tough Guys" 1986

    "Tough Guys" 1986
  16. It's been refinished. Obviously after the US...

    It's been refinished. Obviously after the US Property marking was removed.

    The proof is the purple on the side of the receiver from the induction hardening for the bolt locking recess.
  17. I have not seen one specific to the No4T, merely...

    I have not seen one specific to the No4T, merely the entire No4 rifle family circa 1946 & 195x.
  18. They are merely catalogue numbers. I can't...

    They are merely catalogue numbers.
    I can't locate a WW2 (Pre NATO Stock #) No4 catalogue right now, but here is a link to a Webley MkIV parts list to illustrate:...
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    Sticky: Yes this is one of the "double strike" numbers. ...

    Yes this is one of the "double strike" numbers.

    It appears that REL double numbered somewhere over 20 scopes - this scope would have originally been 264-c, and then corrected by adding the 7,...
  20. Thread: Bit more

    by Lee Enfield
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    Faz assembled the last No4Mk2 rifles in 1956......

    Faz assembled the last No4Mk2 rifles in 1956... and PH was selling them well before 1957.

    Today PH should be able to sell you a Colt Canada SAS contract C8,with various sighting options...
  21. I purchase the same way...as often as possible.

    I purchase the same way...as often as possible.
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    Found 2 more "Dealer Sample" pre "S" serial...

    Found 2 more "Dealer Sample" pre "S" serial number pre-fix Mk5s for sale in the US

    Serial Numbers 1528 and 1532, Both imported by "Law Enforcement Ordnance" of Athens Georgia, both have bolts...
  23. If it was a single gun, i would suspect it might...

    If it was a single gun, i would suspect it might be a gift.

    I would think that the 2 companies were related, (or possibly part of a buying group) and in order to get lower margins they made group...
  24. 6 guns in shipment

    6 guns in shipment
  25. Mine is marked "AUSTRALIA" on the grip panel.

    Mine is marked "AUSTRALIA" on the grip panel.
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