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Not fire’d for over 20 years, No4T still do POI. So glad to get it back again.
 

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Beautiful example. Excellent first post.

Welcome to the forum! 👍
 

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digging the first pic as well,

well done,


tell us more, and btw, talk about that 1903 as well,


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digging the first pic as well,

well done,


tell us more, and btw, talk about that 1903 as well,


Welcome to Gunboards!!
My A4 , with M73B1 scope, and Lyman Alaska 2.5(M81), the thinner crosshair do alot diff at papershooting. 😊
 

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Anyone got a Canadian made example with Canadian Scope and another using the Lyman Alaskan? Would love to see each. It has been a while. I nearly bought a Canadian with Canadian scope at SOS about 5-7 years ago. It looked legit and nice, pretty pricey but the biggest problem was the seller was squirely and seemed to be on drugs or something. I feared it was stollen. Something just felt wrong. That is the only one I have seen in the flesh. A new thread would be best and much appreciated.
 

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Nice rifles and shooting! I had an opportunity to pick up a No4T but couldn’t pull the trigger at the time. Looking for another now.
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Nice to see a 4T alive and well in Norway.

I love shooting my 4T.
I also love shooting by ex-Norwegian Navy (and ex-Kriegsmarine) K98k as well :)
 

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Anyone got a Canadian made example with Canadian Scope and another using the Lyman Alaskan? Would love to see each. It has been a while. I nearly bought a Canadian with Canadian scope at SOS about 5-7 years ago. It looked legit and nice, pretty pricey but the biggest problem was the seller was squirely and seemed to be on drugs or something. I feared it was stollen. Something just felt wrong. That is the only one I have seen in the flesh. A new thread would be best and much appreciated.
Here hopefully is a picture.
One way to check out if it is indeed a Canadian 32TP is by the serial number on the elevation turret of the scope.
Normally a 5 digit number ending with a S as shown.
Just in case anyone is interested in a #32.TP, COMPLETE with can, I have a chum in the USA who has one for sale (not advertised and has never been as far as I know) for sale.
If interested PM me and I will pass on your address to him.
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