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    Brian, I do not really recall, to be honest. in the late 1989s and early 1990s there was not internet to check up and I always assumed back then if it was irregular it came from the Indian subcontinent. Other than the old American Rifleman articles on the Lee Enfield, Reynolds 1960 book and the 1983 Skennertonicon volume, very little was published on the less common stuff. Here in PA Springfield Sporters imported a ton of Indian subcontinent bits. It was not until some time later when I bought Skennerton's bayonet book, Graham Priest bayonet book and sifted through the various Internet sites I rallied I might have seen some fairly rare items that I passed by as they were not standard and could have come from the middle east. One has a tendency to forget the "opps, shoulda, coulda" like that when the opportunity has passed.


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