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    Woops, a couple of double pic's, just too many to click on

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    Muffer thats very impressive. Mate where did you get those little wooden chest?

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    They are Kinchrome Tool Box's, made for instruments more so than tools.
    Can be purchased from their website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by muffett.2008 View Post
    They are Kinchrome Tool Box's, made for instruments more so than tools.
    Can be purchased from their website.
    Thanks, I'll have a look at those.

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    Looks like a road trip your way is required.

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    Hope you mean a road trip to see Demo, I'm up in Townsville for the next few weeks, so that would add a fair few K's to your trip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by muffett.2008 View Post
    Hope you mean a road trip to see Demo, I'm up in Townsville for the next few weeks, so that would add a fair few K's to your trip.
    What you wont be there when i arrive gee how thoughtfull. You did feed the dogs before you left on second thoughts i will stay home a little longer


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    Brought the dog with me Bindii, spending a few weeks doing research at JCU and the odd Militaria Auction.
    I had a look at one today, but I'm not into blackpowder and the rest of the items were not for me, so I saved some money, another auction on Sunday, viewing tomorrow, will see what's on offer.

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    I know this is a Number 9 - but which one is my question. It almost seems as if it's been beefed up. The aperture is a BSA 6 position, both the sight and the mounting plate are marked Alfd Parker (would have been nice if there were only one) and the address is not a known Parker address.

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    forgive my ignorance but i don't know near as much about the Lee Enfield family as i should.

    i just picked up a 1943 Long Branch No.4 Mk.1 that has a Mk1 rear sight on it. my question is, would that have been on the rifle during the war or would that sight have been added post war? i never see any WWII pictures of the No.4 with anything but the "L" shaped sight.

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