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  1. The Lee-Enfield Forum
    Hello everyone I am new to Ross M10, recently have my eyes on a Ross M10, believed to be a HMS Canada Ross M10. It has DA marking on the side of the receiver, "M" with number on the top of the stock wrist, British proof marking on the top of the receiver. However on the right side of the...
  2. Martini Henry Forum
    A while ago, I got a 1887 IV 1 Martini Henry in .577 Snider. It's mixture of Nepalese and British wood markings have always puzzled and fascinated me, I'd like some help figuring them out. I have some theories about some of them, but I really wont some assistance from someone who actually knows...
  3. The Lee-Enfield Forum
    I have a 1943 Enfield No4 Mk1* (Longbranch) - on bottom in photo below - that has markings I'm trying to decipher and was wondering if anyone can help? Trying to figure out where it might have seen service, etc. Thanks! First, on the receiver band, it looks like an "F 3 0" underneath the...
  4. The Lee-Enfield Forum
    My 1943 Enfield No4 Mk1 (BSA Shirley) (on top below), I'm trying to figure out what all the markings mean. And the rifle stock looks in such good condition, I'm wondering if it was replaced or not see much use? It has a Mk1 sight which I believe had to have been installed after the war in...
  5. "The American Arsenal" US Weapons - Past & Present
    Hello Everyone, I'm searching for information on some M1903 stock markings that have generally been attributed to US Navy issue. Specifically, the markings I am curious about are stamped block letters over numbers such as "AA 30" or "B 16" on the right side of the buttstock. My...
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