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Old 05-26-2010, 06:02 AM
Nyles Nyles is offline
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Hell, compared to most of the ones we found in Afghanistan, that's in good shape!

And yeah, all Irish-marked firearms are rare (well, except for the post-war Lee-Enfield No.4s), and that seems to be doubly true for handguns. I can only remember seeing one other. It's got the FF stamp I assume? Where is it on the gun?
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Old 05-26-2010, 07:48 PM
Jcordell Jcordell is offline
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Hell, compared to most of the ones we found in Afghanistan, that's in good shape!

And yeah, all Irish-marked firearms are rare (well, except for the post-war Lee-Enfield No.4s), and that seems to be doubly true for handguns. I can only remember seeing one other. It's got the FF stamp I assume? Where is it on the gun?
Okay I'm sorry and I feel like a total idiot. It's not Irish it's English. I misread the stamps. I was excited and I grabbed my books started looking for the FF stamp and realized I was totally fouled up. Sorry Nyles. However I will still get a photo of it posted.

My only excuse is I wasn't using a magnifying glass the first time. Which I find I need to do more and more as the years go by.
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