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Old 04-22-2013, 06:41 AM   #201
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But I have plenty of hunting rifles. This one just sits in a case. It doesn't hold very much historical value anymore.
Do it! Sounds like a good deal
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I like it, I got in a package deal with my No4 Mk1. It's been sporterized into a great hunting platform and good accuracy. What's the differance between a MkIII and a MkIII*?
A Mk.III* doesnt have the magazine cut-off..
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A Mk.III* doesnt have the magazine cut-off..
Like I said I don't know much about Enfields. What's the magazine cut-off?
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Like I said I don't know much about Enfields. What's the magazine cut-off?
It prevents feeding rounds from the mag, so you can load one round at a time "saving" the rounds in the mag for rapid fire.
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It prevents feeding rounds from the mag, so you can load one round at a time "saving" the rounds in the mag for rapid fire.
Ok, so it was just something that they put in there to save ammo?
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It prevents feeding rounds from the mag, so you can load one round at a time "saving" the rounds in the mag for rapid fire.
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My collection so far. I am wanting to get a VZ-52, and a WW1 mauser with the roller coaster sites added to my collection, but any mil-surp at a good price that crosses my path I will buy
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My collection so far. I am wanting to get a VZ-52, and a WW1 mauser with the roller coaster sites added to my collection, but any mil-surp at a good price that crosses my path I will buy
Very nice collection! Lots of great looking rifles in there!
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Ok, so it was just something that they put in there to save ammo?
Yes, in the olden days they didnt want troops "wasting" ammo. (The M1903 has a mag cut off too.) It was later deemed unnecessary and was dropped to save materials and machining time.
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I was thinking it would be nice to always have five rounds when the other guys charged, or when things got ugly.
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