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    I have no A1515 which is in perfect condition as well and only 3 away in number as well but itís not a sniper

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    Thatís a rarity in itself! To my understanding, far more of the Trials rifles were converted than not. Very cool!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bravo2zero View Post
    I have no A1515 which is in perfect condition as well and only 3 away in number as well but itís not a sniper
    Does it have a light alloy buttplate and a sling swivel on the guard?

    That and the backsight clearance milled out for the plunger as per production No4's are the hallmarks of the Model C trials.

    I had one at one time, A1959 IIRC.
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    I own A1424 with scope 3193 on the wrist, and A0733 with scope 3288 on the wrist.

    Interestingly, I also own an early Savage 4t OC1862 with an earlier scope 1766 on the wrist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snipershot1944 View Post
    I own A1424 with scope 3193 on the wrist, and A0733 with scope 3288 on the wrist.

    Interestingly, I also own an early Savage 4t OC1862 with an earlier scope 1766 on the wrist.
    Now that is interesting, as it suggest some Savage rifles were converted at Enfield.
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    Mine's been fitted with a few new parts and furniture, but the pads look good.

    I've had it for five or six years, and still haven't looked for a magazine. Can't tell you why!











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