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    Posted: October 18 2013 at 1:34pm
You might be able to tell I like lithgows. This one is dated 1919 and all production that year and through to 1922 was MkIII* with no cut off slot.

Still maple wood and blued finish. This one is also matching including barrel and sight with pristine bore. Interestingly its a john jovino marked rifle. I should also warn, if you don't like grease, look away. This one is particularly greasy.
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C'mon Andrew, you can take the time to pretty them up a bit, it's obvious you have far too many, better pass a few onto me to look after.Wink
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Very nice Homer, will never get sick of seeing your rifles,  inspirational stuff to me to better my own collection,  looking forward to seeing more  Tongue Clap
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Originally posted by 5thBatt 5thBatt wrote:

Very nice Homer, will never get sick of seeing your rifles,  inspirational stuff to me to better my own collection,  looking forward to seeing more  Tongue Clap


Thanks mate.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote A square 10 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: October 20 2013 at 4:48pm
yes sir , love seeing them - even if youve not cleaned off the grease ....or....if its been reapplied 
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That grease doesn't bother me a bit, it means the ol' girl will be around for quite some time and not rusting away. Another fine rifle!
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