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  1. Is there going to be a second printing?

    Is there going to be a second printing?
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    I was looking at the previously posted photos...

    I was looking at the previously posted photos earlier this morning, and I am 100% certain that the rifle is faked.

    There are 2 things that haven't been pointed out (on the open forum anyway) that:...
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    The 60L0 serial number appears original and the...

    The 60L0 serial number appears original and the lack of a straight line is typical of Long Branch.

    The bolt appears to be a 1941 Long Branch bolt which has had the original serial number welded...
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    Angusmcrat, can you post a photo of the actual...

    Angusmcrat, can you post a photo of the actual serial number on the rifle, and the rifles bolt?
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    Experimental C3 "bridge" mount

    Here is an experimental C3 bridge mount from (probably) the mid to late 1980s

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    It's clear from the photo that the "arctic"...

    It's clear from the photo that the "arctic" stocked rifle has knobs with 4 lobes.

    Every time I see these type of oversize knobs, I wonder if the designers understood that scopes should never...
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    Numrich had m81 TG. If your rifle has a mag...

    Numrich had m81 TG.

    If your rifle has a mag well, just inlet the stock for mag well.
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    Probably home improved. ...

    Probably home improved.


    https://www.berger-tools.co.uk/Hand_Knobs_Star_Knobs_Wing__Knurled_Thumb_Screws__Nuts/

    I have an experimental c3 one piece mount - kind of an interesting piece.
  9. http://apfeltor.com/ this fellow is apparently...

    http://apfeltor.com/

    this fellow is apparently the guy
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    I have had and seen a number of rifles marked...

    I have had and seen a number of rifles marked with this variation. No one seems to know if or what this might mean.

    I suspect that it was intended to indicate some variety of change, but obviously...
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    An REL MkIA is technically an "early" British...

    An REL MkIA is technically an "early" British MkII - According to PeterL - Early British MkII telescopes utilized the 1 MOA elevation turret, but retained the MkI anti backlash cursor spring system -...
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    No, the only scopes which should be dated 1945...

    No, the only scopes which should be dated 1945 are REL MkII and Mk3 scopes
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    A friends estate that I helped with had a 1945...

    A friends estate that I helped with had a 1945 dated "Dispersal rifle"

    I likewise believed it was a poorly struck "43" until i examined it closely - it was indeed dated 1945.

    I will see if I...
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    Well I'm not an expert, but from what I was told...

    Well I'm not an expert, but from what I was told when I asked a similar question: it depends which L4 version you have.

    The L4A1 which used "metric" FAL interface magazines was equipped with a...
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    I assume that you are looking at the 2 scope...

    I assume that you are looking at the 2 scope serial numbers on the top of the wrist?
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    It is a very interesting package - it is a bit of...

    It is a very interesting package - it is a bit of a composed set:

    - British No15 transit chest (marked for a Mk3 scope)
    - No8Mk2 from a LB 90L block Mk3
    - the telescope appears to be an REL,...
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    The DCRA 7.62 mm conversions were sent back with:...

    The DCRA 7.62 mm conversions were sent back with:
    1. the C.Mk3 .303 calibrated sliding rear sight
    2. the .303 extractor
    3. the .303 magazine

    If you are using the rifle as a single shot, the...
  18. It is nice. It appears to have had some work...

    It is nice.

    It appears to have had some work done to it in 1951 (date on receiver side above serial number)
    that is possibly when the forend and magazine were serial numbered.

    Many of the 90L8...
  19. It is real. It is a nice Indian No4MkI/2(t). ...

    It is real. It is a nice Indian No4MkI/2(t).

    It has had the forend replaced. But trust me, that is a good thing...
  20. The REL system mount solves the SSR mount problem...

    The REL system mount solves the SSR mount problem that the Swedes (postwar) used the jack screw on the M41B and the Germans tried the vertical lock screw thru the mount.
  21. The REL type mount is better. The mount slides on...

    The REL type mount is better. The mount slides on from the rear and cannot recoil forward due to the front pin.

    The G&H mount slides on from the front and the pins are the lock and the friction of...
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    This one has been planned extensively - at a...

    This one has been planned extensively - at a minimum for months.

    He (according to the news) had 2 cars skinned /logo decal marked as RCMP police cars ( right down to unit serial numbers) and had...
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    Sorry guys, if it was "remilled at Fazakerly in...

    Sorry guys, if it was "remilled at Fazakerly in 1952" it is a Fazakerly No4MkI/3 and will be fitted with British beech.
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    U-boat Archive - U-464 - Interrogation Report...

    U-boat Archive - U-464 - Interrogation Report

    This is probably the only records available unless you go directly to the British Archives
    Prisoners of war in British hands - The National Archives...
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    the elevation turret is fitting number is "351"...

    the elevation turret is fitting number is "351" but it is not scope 351c. Scope #351c was /is fitted to 71L0303

    scope serial numbers and models were not fitted to consecutive rifles.
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