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    It’s missing the “T” stamp and there’s no scope number on the butt. Is one that didn’t make the cut or what?
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    It's not that it didn't "make the cut", it's that the war ended before the scope was fitted.

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    Just a scope-less T Vincent passed the accuracy tests all it needs now is the WWII bracket & scope & colmination although it will still be a scopeless T as LE said the war finished and the existing contracts were fulfilled so it never got the last bit of the puzzle still nice catch I think any T is a good catch scope or no scope well done

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    Nice original rifle there
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    Thank you all.

    Any idea how many of these were produced that didn’t get a scope fitted?

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    Someone I am sure will have an exact number in their head, and thats all it will be, as there were hundreds and for various operational reasosn between companies such as H&H, Enfield and others.

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