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    Scope repair service

    Quote Originally Posted by 303sniper View Post
    Hi all,

    I'm looking for an scope of mine which was send to the US an little while ago for repairs but went missing (after being repaird).
    Its original serial number was 9323 and has been altered during repairs to 9325, or thats wat was told to me by the repairshop.



    Many thanks for looking!!

    Have fun,

    303sniper
    I just want folks to know that it wasn't our service in the USAicon at BDLicon LTD to Peter Laidlericon that lost your scope. We've done almost 250 and have never lost one. Folks in Europe and Australiaicon should send them to G.E. Fulton & Sons in Bisley for the repair service offered which is also performed by Peter. ATB.

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    I have a 1943 BSA M47C No.4 (T) serial number AV2502

    Looking for No.32 scope number 8978


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    I have a 1944 BSA M47C No.4(T) sniper rifle Serial # N33942

    looking for No 32 Mk3 Scope # 24054. i have a Mk1 in the 10000 range.

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    Have scope 10890 in bracket M38538

    Have scope 10890 in bracket M38538

    Also Scope 22864 in Bracket G30535


    Contact: Marty
    Badger Ordnance
    1141 Swift St.
    N. Kansas City MO. 64116
    816 421 4956
    info@badgerordnance.com

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    I have 1944 BSA T s/n P36802 with Taylor Hobson Mk3 s/n 25506 looking for its mate T-H s/n 24190. Terry

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    Lonely 1944 BSA T s/n A30865 in desparate need of long term relationship with scope s/n 14623

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    Have HBM mk 1, no 10464, mount 15439

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    Here is a list of the scopes that have appeared on this page and some comments for your info

    2355 no trace
    25520. NT. closest worked on 25525
    22915 " " 22917
    14514 14517
    30C no trace
    9323/9325 I have worked on 9322 though!
    9745 No trace
    1383. Seen 7/98
    8978 8981 seen 4/07
    24054. Nt but worked on 24051
    10890 NT but worked on 10882
    22864. Bruce Gorton has telescope and tin. Marked to rifle U-37544
    25506. Repaired by me 2/06
    24190 NT. closest 24180
    14623. NT. closest 14637
    10466. NT

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    OK. I'll throw my hat in-

    No4 Mk1 Trials rifle needs No32 Mk1 scope S/N 5966 (oddly high number for a trials, but it appears to have been the only # applied to the wrist) or something very early but in good working order.

    No4 Mk1(T) 1944 E prefix s/n needs S/N 124 (probably Vickers No32 Mk2/1) scope.

    ETA Oh, yeah -- Also need Canadianicon C No32 Mk? S/N (C)270

    I have a No32 Mk1 scope that I'll unlimber if I get a replacement. S/N to follow, but I think its in the 7000's. Its been on at least two other rifles.
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    Ok,

    I have rifle X33021 with scope 23631 (A&KS Mk III)

    Matching ;-)

    I've run across:

    74L0118 1944 No 4 Mk 1 * Longbranch (T)

    Bracket: 74L0122

    Optic: Lyman Alaskan, 4389S

    (Note, the 4389S was stamped in the wrist of the stock too, so I think the scope is the correct s/n for the rifle, but somehow the mount is wrong?)

    Anyhow, it's the No4(T) that's used as the Chouinard Trophy (top 2 man reg-force sniper pair).

    NS

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