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    Lee Enfield walnut reproduction woodsets

    Hi , I am a new member here but have over 400 deals at 100% on CGN (username - arealgunnut . I make high quality Lee Enfield reproduction woodsets in Canadaicon using a computer CNC. I currently make sets for No 1 Mk 3, No 4 Mk 1 and No 5 Mk 1.
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    If these are affordable and look good then could be a new toy for us... No 5 rifles would benefit the most I think, although No 1 Mk 3 would also be nice to be able to restock at a whim. What kind of turnaround on orders? Can you ship internationally, Europe, USAicon?
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    I had seen your post. While I'm currently not in need for a stock I would highly appreciate if you could post some pictures of how a finished stock (oiled) looks like. I would want to know how the wood you are using looks like. Thank you!

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    There would also be demand for Ross stocks and handguards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by breakeyp View Post
    Ross stocks and handguards.
    Good point, we have a member that was doing some production but as it was his second job and there were issues with material I'm not sure how much he's doing...
    Regards, Jim

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    Along with Ross, perhaps MLE/MLM and LEC in the future?

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    I would second Promo's request for photo's. If the product is good, looks the part, & isn't totally outrageous on price, there will be a market internationally - especially if the OP can offer the other stuff that has been mentioned, like Ross stocks & guards, MLE/LEC wood, No5 wood sets, & so on. I'd certainly like to see more & am a potential customer.

    Addendum: sorry, just noticed No5 wood already available! Excellent.

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    If you guys look at his WTS page, you can see samples of his woodwork...here... https://www.milsurps.com/showthread.php?t=68567

    Nice looking stuff...

    I would think in order to offer other stuff, one would need samples that were about perfect to use in pantograph? Anyone willing to lend something out for sample?
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    It might be worth making the butt longer than the short ones we always get. I would say at least 25mm longer per length from bantam to long. If it isn't already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daan Kemp View Post
    It might be worth making the butt longer than the short ones we always get.
    That would be nice, specially in #5 rifle. I had a long once...just the butt. Only one I ever saw.
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