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    Simon,

    I'd be most grateful if you could please let me have information on L42A1 No. M 31392. Also, should you have any Envoy records, on rifle No. E 98.



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    Rifle C34961 was part of batch number 9 which consisted of 20 rifles. Records show a conversion date of 16th April 1971, on completion it was shipped to store at Donnington.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate View Post
    Hi Simon, please check out L42 #C34961. I hope your generosity doesn't bite you. Thanks, Nate

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    Terry,

    Rifle M31392 was part of batch number 47 which consisted of 43 rifles. Records show a conversion date of 22nd December 1971, on completion it was shipped to store at Donnington.

    Rifle E98 has a recorded shipping date of 6th November 1970 and is shown as being despatched to Parker, Birmingham.

    Cheers,
    Simon.



    Quote Originally Posted by Terrylee View Post
    Simon,

    I'd be most grateful if you could please let me have information on L42A1 No. M 31392. Also, should you have any Envoy records, on rifle No. E 98.

    Many thanks,
    Terry

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    Simon, one of LERA's club rifles is an Envoy, Serial number E1.
    Mick

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    Well Simon, you certainly are performing a welcome service with this post! Hope it doesn't become too much trouble for you. If there is ever anything I can help you with, please don't hesitate to ask.

    When you get a chance to get around to it, here are mine, (without the L39 I have my eye on):

    Envoy - E 352
    L42A1 - X34261
    Enforcer - 062

    Thanks so much.

    Best regards,

    Terry

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    If you're not regretting the offer and throwing in the already, any info on this L42A1 would be appreciated:

    M33900 (M47C 1944)

    Thanks.

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    Mick,

    The handwriting is quite difficult to decipher but it looks like Rifle E1 was shipped out on the 02nd December 1969 to a Mr Ilbey (possibly Ibsey) of Liverpool.

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    Simon.

    Quote Originally Posted by Strangely Brown View Post
    Simon, one of LERA's club rifles is an Envoy, Serial number E1.

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    Terry,

    Rifle E352 is recorded as having been shipped to Fulton of Bisley on 21st July 1972.

    Rifle X34261 was part of batch number 13 which consisted of 18 rifles. Records show a conversion date of 04th June 1971, on completion it was shipped to store at Donnington.

    Rifle 062 is recorded as having been shipped to Somerset Police on the 04th March 1974.

    Cheers,
    Simon.


    Quote Originally Posted by Terry Hawker View Post
    Well Simon, you certainly are performing a welcome service with this post! Hope it doesn't become too much trouble for you. If there is ever anything I can help you with, please don't hesitate to ask.

    When you get a chance to get around to it, here are mine, (without the L39 I have my eye on):

    Envoy - E 352
    L42A1 - X34261
    Enforcer - 062

    Thanks so much.

    Best regards,

    Terry

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    Joe,

    Rifle M33900 was part of batch number 33 which consisted of 32 rifles. Records show a conversion date of 18th October 1971, on completion it was shipped to store at Donnington.

    Cheers,
    Simon.


    Quote Originally Posted by Minnesota Joe View Post
    If you're not regretting the offer and throwing in the already, any info on this L42A1 would be appreciated:

    M33900 (M47C 1944)

    Thanks.

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    Simon,

    Your assistance is much appreciated. Many thanks!

    As a bit of a fluke, while the serial number of my L42A1 is M 31392, I have a No.4 Mk1(T) whose serial number is M 31382.

    Terry

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