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    No4 Mk1 * Long Branch parts especially any New Zealand marked

    I have secured some of the replacement parts for my Long Branch but the forecap and middle band I have not gotten yet. No single commercial site has all the parts I need without ordering an entire upper handguard to get the nosecap them Im not guaranteed to have it match the lower I have to buy separately.

    The rear sight is marked with the Britishicon wide arrow as well as other clearly British markings. It is not a top priority but if someone has one on hand I may be interested.

    I have stripped the buttstock off my sporter and though it doesnt match the walnut repro parts I got I am going with it for now to save the money.

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