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    Quote Originally Posted by David TS View Post
    1955 Fazakerley No 4 Mk II .303 (I repatriated this from Germanyicon, which was an easy process).
    So were you successful with my tip?

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    My apologies, I should have credited you for that.

    Yes, I did it exactly as you said through Chris.

    He's a really nice bloke, has the right can-do attitude (when I called him with my idea to buy off eGun, he just said 'go ahead and buy, I can do the rest'!). And he did.

    All together it was a remarkably pain free exercise, so thank you for steering me in that direction in the first place

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    Can't see your serial number in my register, although I found a couple of L prefixes that were closeish!

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    It seems that bringing the rifle from Germanyicon to the UKicon was faster for you than it was for me in the past. Glad to know you were satisfied and got what you were looking for!

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    You have definitely become CEO of the Milsurps Enfield repatriation department Georg!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Payneicon View Post
    Can't see your serial number in my register, although I found a couple of L prefixes that were closeish!
    I've also seen Peter Laidlericon writing that on the L42/L39/Enforcer/etc thread that he knows where 4T number L-32083 is, which is very close to mine, and given how many No.4's would have been produced per day at BSA, there's a chance they were made on same day or subsequent days.......!!!!!!!!!
    And likely may have even been dispatched to H&H together........


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