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    Hello! I have a 1943 Long Branch No.4 Mk.I*3 (F) FTR, Serial 31L8064, FTR'd in 1951. F marked micrometer sights. Matching bolt.


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    Good afternoon,
    Here are two Long Branch numbers:
    1942 MK 1 * 14L8599
    1943 MK 1* 32L4285
    Both are RCM Police stamped.
    Thanks, gerry

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    91L1014
    1949 still in its original bluing.
    Bought this one from Brian Dickicon many years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by no4mk1t View Post
    91L1014
    1949 still in its original bluing.
    Bought this one from Brian Dickicon many years ago.
    One of mine is 1949 91L2194. My first no4, purchased in 1992.

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    Odd serial number

    Guys,
    I recently purchased a 1950 Longbranch Mk1* that came with a PH5C rear sight and has DCRA stamps in it along with C broad arrows. The serial number on the band, bolt and magazine match. The rifle is in amazing condition but the serial number is Bl11926 there is just enough patina on this rifle that shows light usage over the last 70 years but absolutely no signs of an FTR. Please help?

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    The DCRA rifles had a separate serial number applied. I believe there is a known list of all DCRA rifles. A search for that here and a few other sites will yield that information.
    Verify that your rifle is there, and there's your answer. If it was made as a purpose built civilian target rifle, the chance for a post DCRA conversion FTR had long past.



    Quote Originally Posted by Armeeguy View Post
    Guys,
    I recently purchased a 1950 Longbranch Mk1* that came with a PH5C rear sight and has DCRA stamps in it along with C broad arrows. The serial number on the band, bolt and magazine match. The rifle is in amazing condition but the serial number is Bl11926 there is just enough patina on this rifle that shows light usage over the last 70 years but absolutely no signs of an FTR. Please help?

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    My lnng branch guns

    Here are mine

    1941 0L608
    1941 1L481
    1942 21L6887
    1943 35L7432
    1943 80L4325 special laminated trials
    1944 71L0527 T
    1944 74L0024 T
    1945 71L0573 T
    1945 90L8067 T
    1945 90L8069 T
    1945 90L8115 T
    1945 90L8212 T
    1945 90L8310 T
    1945 85L4121
    1945 .22 trainer
    1949 91L2058
    1950 93L0023
    1955 89L7691
    1956 58L6928

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    My latest is 1943 SN 25L6954. A sporter with the bayonet lugs cut off, that I made into a faux L42.
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    Another Long Branch to add to the list -

    A sporter with no top handguards, mazakicon butt-plate.
    SN 31L1080

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