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    Where to find parts

    Hello

    I am hoping for a bit of help, I've got a Mk II with Mk III rear sight from a buddy, he's really keen on getting it back to original configuration. It's been duffle cut, so everything forward of the middle band is missing, the front sight hood is gone, the spring for the ejector has deteriorated, and the lug for the thimble adjustment of the rear sight has sheared off.

    I know Numrich has some parts, but not the ones I'm looking for, and they don't seem to like shipping to Canadaicon. I'm quite certain I'm not the only Canadian collector dealing with these problems. Does anyone have any recommendations for me?

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    altadiver could help you out,

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    You could place a WTB here on the appropriate forum and see what it brings. These guys have an amazing amount of stuff in their pockets.
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    So this is a Mk.II with a later screwed-on charger bridge?

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    No it should be a Mk II with a sheet metal covered adjustable rearsight on the barrel--the Mk III, not to be confused with the rearsight for the Mk III Ross which was a receiver mounted battle sight. So you need an ejector spring and parts for the sight. I might have those. I may have a spare front band but if not then altadiver can make you one and a hood too.

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