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Old 06-28-2014, 04:50 AM   #21
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If yours is set up the same way as far as scout mount and rear site, a picture showing how your rear site is mounted would be great. Thanks.
Mine is set up the same way, to include the Scout Scope mount (Brownells)
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Since I have 1-4x scope mounted I'm not that worried about if needing BUIS. Although.. if I did I'm sure someone sells a minimum Picatinney rear sight and it would just need a banded front sight for emergencies. The scout scope mount covers where the old rear sight would have been mounted.
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That would be a Pattern 14 or a 1917 or a No4 or a No5 all of em have sights on the rear of the receiver !....................
thanks tom. i could only think of one that did, because i have only been around a p 17.

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thanks tom. i could only think of one that did, because i have only been around a p 17.
I believe the point Tom was trying to make is that there is no such thing as a P17 (British Pattern 17) rifle. The American nomenclature is - US rifle, Model of 1917.

A lot of people know what is being referred to when they see "P17" and just brush it off. To some folks it's like hearing nails on a chalkboard though and it drives them nuts!
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I believe the point Tom was trying to make is that there is no such thing as a P17 (British Pattern 17) rifle. The American nomenclature is - US rifle, Model of 1917.

A lot of people know what is being referred to when they see "P17" and just brush it off. To some folks it's like hearing nails on a chalkboard though and it drives them nuts!
NOPE !...........Just Naming Enfields With Sight on Rear of Receiver.............
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I believe the point Tom was trying to make is that there is no such thing as a P17 (British Pattern 17) rifle. The American nomenclature is - US rifle, Model of 1917.

A lot of people know what is being referred to when they see "P17" and just brush it off. To some folks it's like hearing nails on a chalkboard though and it drives them nuts!
NOPE !...........Just Naming Enfields With Sight on Rear of Receiver.............
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Here is how I have one of my 2A`s set up...................
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