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    Posted: August 12 2017 at 5:05pm
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Scott does great work, is a pleasure to deal with & if you need anything on his list give him a shout.
He made me a long rear trigger guard screw so I can rigidly mount a PH5A on My 1914 BSA ShtLE.
His prices were reasonable, his service good & his product top notch.
He does lots of P-H stuff for all sorts of rifles.
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I have the same sight as you (seen it in the other thread) on a no1mk3* 22 trainer. I just used a MLM/MLE rear trigger guard screw as they are the same screw but longer then the no1 screws.

Although its always good to know of places to get this stuff made.
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I also have used Scott's services and I mirror the good sentiments about him. Top shelf service with fasteners that work correctly.
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Originally posted by evanguy evanguy wrote:

I have the same sight as you (seen it in the other thread) on a no1mk3* 22 trainer. I just used a MLM/MLE rear trigger guard screw as they are the same screw but longer then the no1 screws.

Although its always good to know of places to get this stuff made.
If I couldhave found one I would have too.
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Scott's screws are also holding my No9 AG Parker sight on my No1 rifle. Top service and quality.

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