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    Let's try again!





    It worked!

    I think the rifle is a great piece as a shooter (at least potentially), now let's see if it is missing something for being also a collectible.
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    34a cp., btg. Susa, 3° rgt. Alpini

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    Ovidio- That looks like a keeper!! Good buy!!

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    Congratulations! The bore looks to be as good as new! I'm looking forward to a range report.

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    Me too...but my son asked me to be the first to shoot it. And tomorrow he’s dating a girl (good Lord, I’m happy, but why tomorrow, of all days!!!). I’ll have to keep my discipline
    34a cp., btg. Susa, 3° rgt. Alpini

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    It's a really nice looking rifle. What your son doesn't know won't hurt him. Just make sure you clean it after you shoot it and before he sees it. My fingers would be itching to get at that.

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    Promises are promises
    I’ll reload now.
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    That is a great looking gun!

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    I have a question: on apexgunparts I found the P14 rear sight, but only that. They have the complete rear sight set for the P17, which means leaf spring, bolt and screw also.
    Would these parts fit a P14?
    Now I'm in Poland for business, but as soon as I'll be back I'll check, because I think the bolt and screw are indeed still on the rifle. But the leaf spring most probably not.
    So, if it would fit...
    Another option I have is to buy all parts in Germanyicon from a nice site specialised in Enfields and get the sight proper, which they don't have, from apex.
    Thanks in advance for any advice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ovidio View Post
    I have a question: on apexgunparts I found the P14 rear sight, but only that. They have the complete rear sight set for the P17, which means leaf spring, bolt and screw also.
    Would these parts fit a P14?
    Now I'm in Poland for business, but as soon as I'll be back I'll check, because I think the bolt and screw are indeed still on the rifle. But the leaf spring most probably not.
    So, if it would fit...
    Another option I have is to buy all parts in Germanyicon from a nice site specialised in Enfields and get the sight proper, which they don't have, from apex.
    The leaf spring, cross screws and nut are all interchangeable. The smaller M1917 sight will fit the Pattern 1914 rifle, but not be the correct height when the sight is elevated. I should have a Winchester P14 sight in my parts drawers if you want it. Yours for the price of shipping.

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    That is really a kind offer, thank you.
    I would be glad to accept.
    I’ll PM you later on, as soon as I’n not on the road anymore.
    Thank you very much!
    34a cp., btg. Susa, 3° rgt. Alpini

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