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    Any idea what these parts are??

    Got them among a bunch of LE parts a while back. Unopened and I thought unlikely to actually be LE due to the dates in 1965.

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    The first picture, both for the No 4 Mk1/1* rifle:

    CR 349 = BLADE, foresight, 0.30" Mk 3

    CR 418 = SCREW, blade, foresight

    If you had Ian Skennertonicon's excellent SAIS no 2 book, '.303 Rifle No 4', you would know this

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    Well that's handy thank you. The blades have different sizes so am I right in assuming that there are different part numbers for the sizes?

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    The dates are a bit academic as the sight blades were also used on the L42/39 and the old No8 rifle - up to now in the case of the No8!


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