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Old 05-07-2012, 05:58 PM   #1
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I am looking for a world war II British 303 rifle sling does anyone know where that can be found. Please let me know.

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Old 05-07-2012, 06:03 PM   #2
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I would try a gun show, mine already had one on it when i bought it so I can't be too specific, sorry.

I looked around for accessories a few times and they seem to be scarce a lot of the time.

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Yeah it hasn't been easy to find at all. I thought maybe there would be a web site that sold world war II items but havnt had much luck. Thanks for the advice on gun shows though.

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Did you try numrich?
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Ebay would be my guess... But expect to pay quite a bit for one...

Ive seen WWII Arisaka slings there before, but the prices are insane!

If a repro wouldnt bother you, try Mountain state supply.. I got my repro M1903 sling there, its very well made and looks just like a real one.
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Awsome thank u.

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my step brother has a an enfield we ended up having to have a sling made not saying you cant find one it was just quiker and easier.
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Would really suggest you go for a repro. An ORIGINAL WW 2 sling will now be about 67 tears old (at least) and may just play the great practical joke of parting company with your rifle in such a way that the rifle will swing like a hinged door, and dig the front sight into the asphalt parking lot (after scraping down the side of your car)

Not that anything like that has ever happened to me- Just something I heard about. Yeah, that's the ticket- something I heard about. Yeah, somebody else. Yeah.

Say- anybody want to buy an Enfield? Has the rare wartime asphalt camo finish on the front sights.


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Would really suggest you go for a repro. An ORIGINAL WW 2 sling will now be about 67 tears old (at least) and may just play the great practical joke of parting company with your rifle in such a way that the rifle will swing like a hinged door, and dig the front sight into the asphalt parking lot (after scraping down the side of your car)

Not that anything like that has ever happened to me- Just something I heard about. Yeah, that's the ticket- something I heard about. Yeah, somebody else. Yeah.

Say- anybody want to buy an Enfield? Has the rare wartime asphalt camo finish on the front sights.


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Talk about bad luck

I'll give you $100 for it.
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Tex- You're kind. WHAT kind we can discuss later.
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