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    try southern cross militia in queensland they sell full wood sets

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    Thanks Brian. I thought you were clear to go so long as the deal was less than 100 USD. Didn't realise that you still needed further permission/registration unless you're in Canadaicon.

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    The export/import process to Canadaicon is exactly the same but with a $500 cap instead of $100. Yet, we in the USAicon are only allowed up to $100 from Canada before licensing is required. We need the current administration to fix that too while they’re at it. If all goes well some of this commerce will actually find some common sense this year when all the regulatory work gets sent to the BIS, US Dept. Of Commerce from DDTC US Dept. Of State.

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    What happened to the machinery that was being used to make reproductions in the UKicon before the gentleman passed on a couple of years ago?
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    Rob, is that Colin Moon to whom you're referring? I think he pantograph copied at lot of the stuff, but what happened to his equipment & patterns I'm afraid I have no idea. I accessed him through Geoffrey Organ of EFD & unfortunately they are now both at that great shooting range in the sky.

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    I noticed you're in SC so did you try Numrich Gun Parts in NY? They have most, if not all, of the parts you need. https://www.gunpartscorp.com/gun-man...st-no-1?page=4


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    fellows I really apprecheat all the help! but if I buy the wood and all the hardware I will have as much in the gun as I can buy a complete one for. I am just going to keep looking for a decent complete one. after all I still have a very nice no.5 and have had several no.4 I wish I had back, but that's another story,,,,,,,,,,,

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    Quote Originally Posted by olskool View Post
    but if I buy the wood and all the hardware I will have as much in the gun as I can buy a complete one for
    That's the 'problem'.
    It'll always be a 'bitsa' when for the same money you can buy an 'original'.

    The benefit of re-building a Bitsa is that you learn how the rifle works and is put together - and I found it a cheap price for an education you could not get anywhere else.

    I sourced parts to 'build' my No1 Mk3 from the USAicon, Australiaicon, Phillipines, Englandicon, New Zealand and Germanyicon, it is a real 'bitsa' but IT IS MY BITSA
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    Mine are not the best, but they are not too bad. I can think of lots of Enfields I'd rather have but instead of constantly striving for more, sometimes it's good to be satisfied with what one has...

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    Quote Originally Posted by olskool View Post
    if I buy the wood and all the hardware I will have as much in the gun as I can buy a complete one for.
    We keep saying that here but still go through it time and again.
    Regards, Jim

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