Ive never seen one with a moving charging bridge. Too bad its sportered.
At a minimum twice what you pay for the rifle and you would be going backwards if not done the right way.What would a no1 mk3 stock and parts run me?
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Thinking (look’s like) a RF. on the disc & not a badly struck RE(?)Buy it for sure or let us know where it is, I'd love to put that old warhorse back together. A charger loader and with it's stock disc still in place, that's pretty neat.
The numbering would be nonsensical then. There's no 137th Battalion Royal Fusiliers. But there's almost certainly a 137th Field or Signals Company Royal Engineers.Thinking (look’s like) a RF. on the disc & not a badly struck RE.
If so getting hits on my charts;
RF=The Royal Fusiliers; The City of London Regiment.
Yep not always a precise science with the abbreviation’s charts 👍The numbering would be nonsensical then. There's no 137th Battalion Royal Fusiliers. But there's almost certainly a 137th Field or Signals Company Royal Engineers.