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Are the Remington WW2 1903's (not 03a3's) less desirable than earlier ones? If I understand correctly, there were fewer of them made, but prices seen to be lower where I've been looking.
- Sat Apr 07, 2018 1:20 am
- Forum: Gunsmithing
- Topic: Pictures of bore/rifling using $15 LED endoscope
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Thanks. I've been wondering about getting one of these. Don't they also make one that attaches to an iPhone? I wonder how that would work?
- Tue Sep 19, 2017 8:55 pm
- Forum: British Empire and Commonwealth
- Topic: .410 Enfield SMLE shot gun
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There's a good chance I missed this, but I have one of the No. 1, Mk. 3's that was rechambered for 3" 410. Is it safe to shoot the Musket rounds in it, or is it strictly a modern 410 gun now?
That is truly a wealth of information. Thank you. I've always liked Czech guns, new or old. I originally bought them to sporterize, but their condition was better than most I had seen. I'm glad I kept them original. They have the ladder sights.
I bought three of them years ago and tried to sell one without any luck. I've started wondering if there is something wrong with them or I haven't found the right buyers. I like the rifles a lot. I bought them to sporterize, but they were too nice to do that in my opinion. Still like them.