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    Quote Originally Posted by Havenot View Post
    I've for the most part just used Remington or Winchester .38 S&W 145gr lead ammo in my No.2 revolver. The only real .380/200 ammo I've had was some FN manufacture fmj stuff that was like 170 or 179gr stuff. The FN surplus ammo shot fine but no better than standard .38 S&W cartridges.

    Still curious why Detroit-1's revolver is rated 5 Tons and my near identical revolver's import stamp is 3 1/2 Tons?? I actually think the import mark on my Mk.VI rates it 5 Tons as well
    The photo I’ve just looked at shows 3.5 Tons, could you have missed the 3 in front of it? Are you looking at it on a phone? My phone sometimes auto adjusts photos and crops details others can see and I can’t.

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    It looks to me that it says 3.5 tons but the 5 is struck deeper.


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    Just aquired a enfield no 2 mk. 1. Condition is good , however the only markings on the right side of the receiver is a strange looking D I with a * after it and the word Englandicon. Nothing else. Can anyone give me some information as to a maker or origin. Thanks

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