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    What a great project. There's a similar one going with a fellow from Oz interested in learning about the many Lithgowicon made SMLEs kicking around.

    It's a long project, you won't be getting your details immediately, so patience and continuous updates are the go.

    May I suggest, like Muffet chasing the SMLE info, that you publish an update table (spreadsheets are easy peasy for that) to show people the progress? It is a good way to motivate people to contribute.

    Great project, well done in following your family history. Enjoy!
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    That's a great idea ! I've committed to confidentiality, so there would be a limit to how much I could list - maybe serial number and rough place …

    Thanks for that
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    What about cadet rifles

    Are you interested in regular issue service rifles only as I have an Australianicon Cadet Martini Henry ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rifleman188@yahoo View Post
    Are you interested in regular issue service rifles only as I have an Australianicon Cadet Martini Henry ?
    Rifleman188 … I'll be really honest and say "no" - it's only rifles / shotguns and the very odd pistol … made in Edinburgh by Alexander Henry, or his successor Alex Henry Ltd … but thanks for the offer !!

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