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    Arrow Update of Pattern 1913 "Trials" Rifle (.276 in.) MKL Article



    With thanks to member Promo, an update complete with a 39 pic photo montage has been added to the Pattern 1913 "Trials" Rifle (.276 in.) (click here) MKLicon entry in the United Kingdom Knowledge Library (click here).

    Refer to Comment # 5. Extract …

    I've also included a photo montage comparing my P13 and P14. For me it was really great to see how different the ears are, the length of the rear sight, there's no magazine box with the P13 and the volley sight dialler is much shorter than with the P14. Also, there are different curves on the left side of the stock, the finger groove as it's the same length as the four "cuttings" on the P13, the barrel having the same dimension on the muzzle as with the P14, though it's a smaller diameter.

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    Bravo. This very question came up re: Interchange of parts, in a previous thread.

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