Last Activity:08-19-2010 9:07 PM
Posted in thread: Taurus, reliable? on 08-19-2010 at 08:53 PM
NO, My 1987 Taurus PT 99 AF 9MM has been flawless, I really beleive it's a hit or miss in
buying one from all that I have heard about TAURUS, Not a single hick-up in over 23 years!!
with this baby.:D
Posted in thread: Lee-enfield original rifle for $200? on 07-29-2010 at 01:16 AM
With a little patience I found a Beautiful No4 MK1 LongBranch Enfield for $200, a #3 for $40,
and No.5 MK1 Jungle Carbine for $200, They are out there, I got the Jungle Carbine at a Gun
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Posted in thread: Taurus, reliable? on 07-29-2010 at 12:47 AM
My PT 99 has always been A Very reliable Semi-Auto Hand Gun, Never a Miss-feed, never a Jam, I
think with Taurus, any Model, Its A Great Hand Gun from the Get go, or it is not. sorta like a
Posted in thread: British 303 Lee Enfield Parts? on 11-28-2009 at 04:06 AM
I actually have a Savage no4 stock that was given me many years ago. I was saving it to restore
any sported Enfield I might find, but since I already have one, it has been way down on the
list of prio...
Posted in thread: British 303 Lee Enfield Parts? on 11-24-2009 at 04:11 PM
You are looking in the wrong section.....Look under "SMLE" (Short Magazine Lee Enfield) instead
of "Enfield". ;)Firearm Parts and Accessories | Numrich Gun Parts Corp. | e-GunParts.comBy the
way -- If...
Posted in thread: British 303 Lee Enfield Parts? on 11-23-2009 at 08:08 PM
Couple of websites for you- first is surplusrifle.com- good info on Enfields, a few articles,
etc. Second is my first stop when shopping for parts for just about ANY firearm-
gunpartscorp.com MOST of ...
Posted in thread: British 303 Lee Enfield Parts? on 11-23-2009 at 01:16 PM
Here's a site you might want to check out. Ian Skennerton'sIs your Enfield a Santa fe or did an
individual sporterize it. I have a #4 mk1 savage mnfg that I could be talked out of, I never
shot it yet...
Posted in thread: British 303 Lee Enfield Parts? on 11-22-2009 at 10:59 PM
Bought a Wonderful Enfield recently, it's a No.4 MK1 Long Branch 1942. Its the most accurate
open sight weapon I have had in years, Trouble is, it's been sporterised! and I want to return
it to WWII L...