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    In short it is only the Mk1/2 upgrades that are linished & re-serialled. Those left in Mk1 configuration retain their original markings & serial numbers.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete110119 View Post
    Aye thats' the one Roy, and 2 more from Richard at Divisesgunsmith.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy W View Post
    Interesting site to nose around. I see my old PH M82 sold on there. Eye watering price inflation since I sold it just over three years ago! Shame it's lost its Kahles scope and has been re-stocked too.

    Pete, you might find this thread relevant as well.. halfway down page 2 onwards https://www.milsurps.com/showthread.php?t=57331&page=2
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    Thanks Dan.. Yes same rifle. Thanks for the tip. Some of these old interesting rifles are rising in price. I got a fair Deal on the 3 Ive bought though. I see Tons of old Mauser‘s here, once in a Blue Moon a Parker Hale, But never an Enfield. I was threading a 1908 manufactured Mauser this Morning.

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