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Hi I agree with all of your comments. Brophy's reference mistake,the possibility of mixed screws and didn't wan't to fool with the screw from. a '92. I'll re-check the hole for debris. I'll let you know! The pictures are great!Thank You
Hi All Thanks so much for the responses. I took another screw form a "96 rifle and the head would not allow the sight slide to extend its lenght smoothly' Refering to both Brophy'S and Poyer's books the front rear sight screw for the "96 carbine is a fraction of an inch thinner...
Hi Thanks for the response. I don't know how to post pictures yet. I suppose i have to get with the program. (Just an old horse) It is a nice carbine. Little original finish but clean and strong with strong cartouches dated 1897. One thing it does need is a front sight base screw with thin head so s...
- Mon Jul 04, 2016 1:05 pm
- Forum: European Krags
- Topic: 1894 norwegian krag in .22 cal
- Replies: 3
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Am bidding on a rifle full length,no bayonet lug and has a globe front sight and a receiver rear sight missing the slide. All parts have a different three digit number with a period prefix. What am I looking at? Thank You