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    Parker's Model 9G

    I am not sure where I got this sight but I looked it up online and it looks to be for an Enfield? Could someone please tell me what model? Other than the Parker stamp on the sight and the base there are two crossed rifles with AGP under them. Thank you for your time.




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    Thanks Jim. With this bracket plate, looks like it will fit models with a volley rear sight like the Long Lees? It also has an adjustable aperture. Do you think these things were used in combat or just for target shooting? I may have to buy a Long Lee.

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    Strictly a target sight.
    Check rifleman.org.uk

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    Quote Originally Posted by green View Post
    Strictly a target sight.
    Check rifleman.org.uk
    The site has been down for a couple of weeks now, apparently the host site tried to move it and lost some information. They then tried to move it back and lost more!
    Mick

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    Altho' this is a BSA No.9, similar brackets existed for the Short rifle.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Mk VII View Post
    similar brackets existed for the Short rifle
    That was the beauty of these and some others, the base brackets made them all fit anything. Very popular target sight. Wish I still had mine...a few of them.
    Regards, Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strangely Brown View Post
    The site has been down for a couple of weeks now, apparently the host site tried to move it and lost some information. They then tried to move it back and lost more!
    Further to my last post this is a link to the archive section of the website where some of the information still lives.

    Index Welcome Page for the Historic Arms Resource Centre Miniature-Calibre Rifles Research Site

    I understand that work is ongoing to save the site information and add to it as research uncovers more.
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    More info on Riflemen.org.uk from the site owner, it would appear that some of my early info from another source wasn't fully correct!

    to avoid further speculation, the Rifleman site has been
    offline since 6th. December; (not October).

    At the beginning of December the site was attacked and corrupted by a
    trojan called Pharma-hack, which attaches logos, links and text all
    through a website, advertising the many prescription-only drugs that are
    otherwise illegal to sell in the U.K.

    Some considerable time was spent attempting to locate and remove the
    various files and material that had been introduced onto the server, but
    I subsequently also experienced problems with hosting, and took the site
    down until new hosting could be organised. I hope to have
    Rifleman.org.uk back up again not too far into the New Year when this
    has been achieved. It is a very large site, with some unusual imagery
    requirements, and finding a suitable and reasonably priced (as it is
    self-funded) hosting server is not as straightforward as I had hoped.

    Best wishes to all for 2020,
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    I know it's a long shot, but if anyone here wants to sell theirs...I have a period Ross match rifle project that could really use it

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