The baggage handlers used to steal on a massive scale at London Heathrow, (Thiefrow, they used to call it) and the union was on board with it,...
.22 Lee-Enfield No.8 on an air force base about 1969. There's a picture of it, somewhere.
In general it resembles the Colt but the cylinder bolt is quite different (and probably inferior)
.38/200 which I bought a while ago. Doubt it was ever fired before that.
Lots of these were modified by the importers to make them more saleable and this is certainly one of them, you can see the join where they have...
I ended up making a tool for Mausers to do it
Its more difficult to put it right with a Mauser 98, though.
I have seen a travelling one here, mixture of .22s being used, some Marlins, some 10/22s, I think.
Canadian .303 crate from the NATO era.
The raised numbers were eventually dropped as a wartime economy.
AP .55 Boys a/t rifle crate, which was returned from Portugal.
Browning flash-and-puff stuff made by Imperial Metal Industries after it got spun off from ICI. This stuff emerged from deep store for...
Two varieties intended for British Enfields.
That steel-cased stuff has some curiosity value for those who are that way inclined.
If the powder has started to breakdown, it will corrode the...
I made one like this, inspired by an illustration in the GPC catalog.
The S.S. Vasconia sailed from London for New York City in October 1947 with 144 crates of arms being returned to the American Committee, via the...
The Advocate General has rendered her opinion in the case of Case C482/17 Czech Republic v Parliament & Council. While the European Court is not...
Ideally it should face north so that the sun starts on the right, goes around behind you and sinks on the left. If not, you will have the sun in...
In the shed. Fellow I know used to run his in the basement of the telephone exchange he worked at.
Parker-Hale ones usually had the calibre stamped on the shank, but few others seem to do this. I used paint on the brush of Pro-Shot ones, here...
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