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    Australian SMLE in 7.62x39 ?

    This is the first time I have ever seen one of these. Is this really a thing or a one off?

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    Here's an article from 4 years back outlining them... AIA M10A1 | Antique Gun Reviews | Gun Mart

    Also this one... AIA M10 - Modern Firearms
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    They were not around long but are now commanding a good price due to limited No.'s built they have a few models with different configs of stocks also in 308WIN which resembles the Enforcer a member at our gun club has this one will have to scrounge a shot of it one day when I get back into the milsurp scene.

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    Thanks for the head up on the auction. I am interested to see what it brings as I have one. They certainly have gone up in value since I purchased mine. I embarrassed to say that I've had mine probably 8-10 years and haven't fired it. I guess I need to take it to the range on the next trip.

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    I can also remember the No 4 rifle being converted to fire the 223 Remington cartridge too

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    Quote Originally Posted by browningautorifleicon View Post
    Here's an article from 4 years back outlining them
    Thank Jim! good read...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian B View Post
    I am interested to see what it brings as I have one.
    It is a beautiful rifle but WAYYYYY out of my price point. You should send us pictures of your rifle
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    Let me see if I can dig mine out. I haven't seen it in a bit and would like to take a look anyway.

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    AIA M10

    I have one of these that I want to let go, but could not find any info on present value. Any help would be appreciated...

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