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"S" series Standard (c.1929) serial no. 44753

March 13 2012 at 10:55 PM
eddie  (Login edbearthree)
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Response to BSA 1919-39 Standard pattern ("S" & "T")

A well preserved gun, with faint etching remaining, a few knocks to the woodwork, but overall pretty good. Strong, accurate shooter at a consistent 575 f.p.s.

Overall view;

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Heat impressed checkering;

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Tap area, some screw marking;

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Tap area, opposite side;

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Trigger block area;

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Under breech area;

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Loading area, note plain "2" stamp found on these later guns;

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Patent piston (heavier elongated type);

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Faint etching (taken with flash)...this is hard to capture unless sunlight is bright;

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Foresight;

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Cocking lever checkering;

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Trigger guard area;

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This message has been edited by Garvin2 on Mar 14, 2012 12:29 PM


 
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