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    Hi everyone, I'm a new member here, so I'm looking to have a wonderful experience here overall.
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    Hi all. I'm new on here. See this good site experience and communication. I will be glad to meet you!

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    Hi i am 16 i dont know much about guns but i really like learning about them i have a lee enfield no 1 mk 3.

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    Hello

    I'm new member. I'm from czech republic. I'm interested in sniper rifles and any about that.

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    Finally introducing myself

    I collect milsurp pistols, revolvers and rifles. Been collecting since the early 1980s but reduced my collection severely in the early 1990s and slowly rebuilt it in the past few years. Mostly interested in bolt action rifles. I am an 03FFL and Army veteran.

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    Originally Posted by Badger:
    We have No.32 Mk1 "Watson" scope Serial # 1302 in a No.4(T) sniper rifle mount marked A37479 ..........

    Looking for a matching No.4(T) sniper rifle, probably Serial # A37479 .....

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    Hello. My name is Steve. I have been reading threads and gettn lots of info for several years, finally thought it was WAY PAST TIME to join in so I did that a while back. I am looking forward to talkin with you all and gettn knowledge from a bunch of smart folks here. I collect scoped rifles for the most part. Just posed on the no32 scopes lookin for rifles page as one of the members here has .... Or had, the mount for my rifle that I had had for a lot of years.
    Thanks

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    Newly interested in WWII Luger pistols. I have a CODE 42 Mauser Luger dated 1939 with a matching # and a nonmatching number # magazine, along with a heavily combat used original "clamshell" holster with loading/disassembly tool. It was absolutely filthy when I obtained it, so I gave it a detailed cleaning, following the demonstrations illustrated on several online videos. With one exception, it went back together just fine. The ejector will not lock into place. Can anyone advise me how to correct this problem? Thank you very much for any assistance provided. Dale

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    Good afternoon!! Found this board via search engine and hoping to learn from the knowledge of the members. Have an old Norwegianicon Sniper Rifle and a Chassepot. Thanks!

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