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    Quote Originally Posted by bros View Post
    I have emailed the pictures to browningautorifleicon
    And I finally woke up and placed them here...so, here's the pics of Bros' favorite.
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    Quote Originally Posted by browningautorifleicon View Post
    And I finally woke up and placed them here...so, here's the pics of Bros' favorite.
    Hey bros.

    That is certainly one of the best looking if not best-looking Enfield Iíve ever seen. Thank you for the great pictures!

    By the way, I assume the scope is one of those which didnít have the khaki matte finish, since examples with it still preserve it in fairly good conditions. Looks like blued if Iím not mistaken. Any info about it?

    Again, thanks for the pictures.

    Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hideyoshi View Post
    Hey bros.

    That is certainly one of the best looking if not best-looking Enfield I’ve ever seen. Thank you for the great pictures!

    By the way, I assume the scope is one of those which didn’t have the khaki matte finish, since examples with it still preserve it in fairly good conditions. Looks like blued if I’m not mistaken. Any info about it?

    Again, thanks for the pictures.

    Cheers.
    Pictures are all I've got.....no additional info about rifle or scope available at this time. If you have a specific, nagging question I can try to get the answer for you.
    Regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bros View Post
    Pictures are all I've got.....no additional info about rifle or scope available at this time. If you have a specific, nagging question I can try to get the answer for you.
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    Hi again bros, and thanks for replying.

    The only nagging question Iíd have is what else is known about the S.A.L. C. 67 pad,if there was further research, and so. I donít know if the owner knows of any source(s), but if he did, Iíd be glad to know them. Just that. Thanks for your help.

    Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hideyoshi View Post
    Hi again bros, and thanks for replying.

    The only nagging question Iíd have is what else is known about the S.A.L. C. 67 pad,if there was further research, and so. I donít know if the owner knows of any source(s), but if he did, Iíd be glad to know them. Just that. Thanks for your help.

    Cheers.
    Most people think they are jostam's.

    No one has done any research that i'm aware of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Enfield View Post
    Most people think they are jostam's.

    No one has done any research that i'm aware of.
    Hey again Lee Enfield.

    Wouldnít be surprised if they do, honestly, without not many color pictures around, and given the resemblance, one may think they were Jostam Anti-Flinch pads, IIRC, the most highly sought after recoil pad for gun restorations.

    Just a vague thought of mine, but I think S.A.L. produced the ďC. 67Ē recoil pad as material-saving measure (rubber was a key war material during WW2), or/and as an improvement over standard commercial rubber pads. Iíd say they may have even tried with rubber or other materials at some point, always prioritizing performance (maybe their goal was to achieve equal or better performance than most high-end recoil pads of that time), with the advantage of saving costs (S.A.L.-produced pads wouldíve been cheaper than buying commercial pads). Something to think about.

    Cheers.

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    My apologies, what I meant above is that with not many pictures of those rifles I can understand they think pads are Jostams.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hideyoshi View Post
    My apologies, what I meant above is that with not many pictures of those rifles I can understand they think pads are Jostams.
    I will try to get a picture of the "back end" view of the recoil pad if you like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bros View Post
    I will try to get a picture of the "back end" view of the recoil pad if you like.
    Would definitely love to see it bros, thank you.

    Cheers.


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