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Old 12-22-2009, 02:05 AM   #1
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Maybe one day I might have something like this to fit it onto...


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Old 12-23-2009, 11:34 PM   #2
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Nice bayonet. Just to let you know, that bayo will not fit the rifle you pictured. You'll need a No1 MkIII.

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Ahh, thanks, I'm pretty damn newb & ignorant really It IS a Mk IV

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Nice looking rifle, too. Does it happen to be a No4 Mk2. It just looks too good for a WW2 gun.

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yes it's a No4 Mk2,as you say. The guy who owns it is a real purist who refuses to use anything 'modern' as he puts it in our service rifle competitions.

Here's one he was using at our recent championship; Lithgow-made, 1942. Think he picked it up for around $450+ bucks








Puts many of the scoped rifles to shame @ 300m

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