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    1944 enfield m-37c

    just pulled this out the back of the safe. dont know much about it, but numbers match, the scope mount and stock does but not the scope it self
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    Please try posting some more photos. Both sides of the receiver and wrist etc.
    The only thing that looks odd to me is the No1 type magazine.
    I'm no expert on the No4T so will differ to our more knowledgeable colleagues regarding the scope.

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    thanks for any imput, gunna go to the range with it later this weekish
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    It's just a mismatched scope.
    nice rifle, enjoy shooting it.
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    As he said before, you could consider putting a #4 rifle mag in it though. That's for a #1 rifle...mag... Mismatched rifle/scope isn't unusual. Still a valuable rifle...looks good too.
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    If I'm not mistaken I am reading 36.202 on the receiver ring, and the same number on the mount. To be able to tell if the scope was "mismatching", shouldn't we be able to see the serial number on top of the butt stock? Probably the scope is original to the mount and just the butt stock was swapped?


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