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Topic: Parts Suppliers
Posted By: Link
Subject: Parts Suppliers
Date Posted: January 11 2018 at 10:20am
he!!o all,
I made my first post over on the Enfield Rifle forum "Newbie with a ZF stamped stock" if anybody would like to help on that debacle.  However for this post I was wanting to know how and where to find reputable parts.  Do Enfields have a problem with fake parts similar to USGI M1 carbines?
Thanks  



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Posted By: A square 10
Date Posted: January 11 2018 at 9:00pm
USGI carbines dont have a problem with "fake" parts , there are commercial parts for the commercial versions of the rifle - one needs to know the manufacturers and recognize the markings , unless a lot has changed in the 6-8 years since i sold all my US rifles they are not "fake" they are just  not GI 

yes , there are enfield reproductions and again , you need to know the markings and manufacturers , i dont think the parts to be fake just not NOS , there is some of that out there tho - in the original packages etc , 

the only "FAKE" stuff i know of really are the khyber pass rifles - they have not been hawking parts yet , but doesnt mean some unscrupulous person might not disassemble and sell off parts as originals - yet , again the markings should give them away , 

it is worth the effort to do the research to know what you are buying , 


Posted By: Link
Date Posted: January 12 2018 at 3:28am
Good info.  
Thanks


Posted By: hoadie
Date Posted: January 12 2018 at 5:05am
..and usually that "research" can be found right here..& free!!

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Posted By: Shamu
Date Posted: January 12 2018 at 5:11am
The most popular would be the "Jungle Carbines", many are cut down No4 rifles. Then there are the "factory fakes" like the Indian No1 "Jungle Carbine" conversions. No such thing ever existed. Then there are the parts to fabricate them. "No5 Flash suppressors with a built in muzzle break", but the wrong internal diameter to fit, or reproduced Mk32 scopes & mounts as well.

Mostly its more subtle with the L-E than direct fakes, more like modifying something not-so-rare to become rare. D-I-Y No4Mk1(T) snipers being a case in point.

Things like bayonets are more commonly reproduced, for good or ill.


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Posted By: Pukka Bundook
Date Posted: January 12 2018 at 6:29am
For genuine parts, E-bay has lots , many out of the UK, and NOS.
 
 


Posted By: Goosic
Date Posted: January 12 2018 at 2:53pm

Case in point. The cheek rest,scope mount,and scope on this is all reproduction items. The rifle itself is all original though...


Posted By: Honkytonk
Date Posted: January 12 2018 at 3:00pm
Question. I'm in the process of completing my numbers matching No 4 Mk 2 sniper clone. I realize it is not the real deal, nor would I advertise it as such. Doesn't matter to me. In my mind,it is a "representation" of the real thing. That being said, and not wanting to buy a real or replica Mk 2, scope, what would suffice on my "interpretation" piece? Currently sits an old Weaver 4x. Feel free to pile on...


Posted By: Goosic
Date Posted: January 12 2018 at 3:05pm

Numrich Gun Parts would be a good start.


Posted By: Honkytonk
Date Posted: January 12 2018 at 3:51pm
I'm in Canada. I've been checking out US sites and EBay. Not sure why but on alot of gun components, they won't ship to Canada. Has "the Donald" built a wall between us and the US I didn't hear about? And what about Free Trade? All kidding aside, I'm not sure why or when these came into place, but Numrich states they cannot send scopes to Canada.


Posted By: Canuck
Date Posted: January 12 2018 at 4:19pm
Depending on what parts you are looking for, I have a lot of #4 parts and some #1 screws and such.

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Posted By: Goosic
Date Posted: January 12 2018 at 5:49pm
Go to eBay and type in the words, Enfield Sniper.
They should have a bunch of parts there.


Posted By: A square 10
Date Posted: January 12 2018 at 7:47pm
i dont look at reproductions as "fakes" as long as they dont pretend to be originals , 

the commercial conversions of old rifles to 'fake' models is not too bothersome if they dont pretend to be originals either to me , 

there actually was a model of jungle carbine made from the no1 rifle - the no6 in OZ but only a few hundred actual trials rifles were made - they are very valuable items , 


Posted By: hoadie
Date Posted: January 12 2018 at 7:58pm
HT: I cant remember how far Brandon is from a US crossing.(I know how far Emmerson is).

If its worth your while, have it sent to a mail/freight receiver there.Then go over & bring it back yourself. That's what I do..then again, I'm right on the border (Niagara Falls)

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Posted By: Honkytonk
Date Posted: January 13 2018 at 5:00am
Actually, forgot about that option. I'm about an hour from the border. There's a farmer just on the US side that has a Quonset and you get your stuff mailed there. He let's you know when it's there. $10.00 for that service, I believe. When I was working, a guy at work would order stuff for other people all the time. Tires, rims,etc. Thanks for the brain bump!


Posted By: hoadie
Date Posted: January 13 2018 at 7:05am
I use a place in Niagara Falls, NY. He charges $6 Cdn for an envelope, & $42.CDN for pallets.
You can legally import small arms ammo, as well - legally

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Posted By: Canuck
Date Posted: January 13 2018 at 8:47am
I know you can import from the USA small arms ammunition up to 5000 rounds.

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Posted By: Shamu
Date Posted: January 13 2018 at 9:18am
The "no exports" is actually an Obama thing. Google "ITAR" for the gory details. ITAR was originally written to stop export of high tech proprietary US military equipment to potential enemies (Things like gen3 Night vision with the micro-channel plate), but it was "Reinterpreted" to include darn near everything arms related.
AngryCensored


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Posted By: A square 10
Date Posted: January 13 2018 at 9:48am
isnt that just like the gun grabbin democrats to "reinterpret" to their needs as desired , 


Posted By: mp44collector
Date Posted: January 14 2018 at 5:20pm
Hoade Would you have a address to share?

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Posted By: Macd
Date Posted: February 05 2018 at 12:39pm
The importation of certain firearms parts including reloading components from the USA is covered by US export laws.  Way too much to go into here.  Just recognize that if you are caught by US authorities taking it out of the country it may be a felony depending on the item.   Commit a felony and you are likely never getting in again.  You need a Registered Exporter who will charge a fee.  Here is an excellent link that will help decide what is okay and what is not.  If not sure, phone them.  They are the experts.  Besides the link I know of two others, Prophet River and IRun Guns.

http://www.borderview.com/services/for-individuals/small-parts-exemption-service/

Ellwoods Epps Sporting Goods has a decent stock of LE parts as does TradeEX.   Epps are also gunsmiths with access to parts networks.  Marstar also has some parts including stripped actions.    Jason Spencer at GunCo in Ottawa may be able to find parts that the others do not have.   He secured a trigger sear for me for an old 22lr semi that hasn't been made since the 1950's.  He is an old world gunsmith who may be a bit brusque in his manner but he knows his stuff.  He is pretty busy and hates wasting time.  On occasion Joe Salter (Canadian Site) has accessories.  I once saw a complete barrelled action for sale on that sight.  I should have bought it but alas hindsight is always clearer than foresight.  My friend bought a C7 .22lr Long Branch LE from him.  He sold it again but not to me.  We don't talk about that rifle Cry


Posted By: hoadie
Date Posted: February 05 2018 at 12:48pm
Originally posted by mp44collector mp44collector wrote:


Hoade Would you have a address to share?




For what? What address are you asking about?

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Posted By: Macd
Date Posted: February 05 2018 at 1:05pm
Originally posted by Canuck Canuck wrote:

I know you can import from the USA small arms ammunition up to 5000 rounds.


Yes Canadian law will allow the import of non-proscribed (explosive etc) ammunition to a maximum of 5000 rounds if you have a PAL.  It is illegal under US law to export ammunition from the USA.  Being in simple possession while in the USA without meeting certain conditions and/or without the proper license/permits can land you in deep trouble.  You are a ‘non-resident alien’ until you have legal residency.  No issue for a US citizen regardless of your residency.  My brother worked in the US for several years and became a member of a shooting club, purchased a Glock and another handgun.  He was transferred to the UK for a year.  He had to re-qualify as a "resident" when he returned.  He had already sold his guns but if he hadn't he could not have legally taken possession of them for 90 days.  You don't want to run afoul of the US authorities.  They will not cut you any slack.

BTW the "non-resident alien"  provision was enacted in 2003 under the administration of G.W. Bush.


Posted By: mp44collector
Date Posted: February 05 2018 at 10:36pm
Originally posted by hoadie hoadie wrote:

Originally posted by mp44collector mp44collector wrote:


Hoade Would you have a address to share?




For what? What address are you asking about?
 
A address for this post:
 
"I use a place in Niagara Falls, NY. He charges $6 Cdn for an envelope, & $42.CDN for pallets.
You can legally import small arms ammo, as well - legally"


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Posted By: hoadie
Date Posted: February 06 2018 at 8:28am
That would be KUHN'S
              200 Portage Rd., Niaraga Falls, N.Y. U.S.A. 14303.

I'll be there tomorrow, in fact. (I have a pallet incoming)    




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Posted By: Stanforth
Date Posted: February 07 2018 at 2:39am
Originally posted by Pukka Bundook Pukka Bundook wrote:

For genuine parts, E-bay has lots , many out of the UK, and NOS.
 
 
Be wary of magazines and charger clips. There are newly made ones that don't function well. I usually get used ones. If a supplier is selling shinny  new ones beware.


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Posted By: Macd
Date Posted: February 07 2018 at 6:37am
Originally posted by mp44collector mp44collector wrote:

Originally posted by hoadie hoadie wrote:

Originally posted by mp44collector mp44collector wrote:


Hoade Would you have a address to share?




For what? What address are you asking about?

 
A address for this post:
 
"I use a place in Niagara Falls, NY. He charges $6 Cdn for an envelope, & $42.CDN for pallets.
You can legally import small arms ammo, as well - legally"


You can import it into Canada legally, it is illegal to export from USA.


Posted By: hoadie
Date Posted: February 07 2018 at 6:58am
Export what, from USA?

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Posted By: Macd
Date Posted: February 07 2018 at 2:36pm
Originally posted by hoadie hoadie wrote:

Export what, from USA?


Ammo, most parts, scopes, shotguns and parts, reloading components, actions, barrels and the list goes on.  See my previous response in this post.



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