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    Lee-Enfield Firing Pin Tool

    Was getting ready to buy a Lee-Enfield firing pin tool and decided to search the forum. Found Hooked on History made one out of a 7/32 1/4" drive socket. Pretty cool, I'm going to do that. But I'll use a metric socket since its a Britishicon Rifle

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    Use a Imperial socket, only in recent history has metric been forced on us.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.e moose View Post
    Use a Imperial socket,
    Awww man how do you convert US Standard to Imperial? (joking!)
    I'll compromise I'll find a Whitworth socket that will fit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by usabaker View Post
    Awww man how do you convert US Standard to Imperial? (joking!)
    Probably the same way you convert English into American

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