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Old 04-19-2017, 11:06 PM
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An A5 Not Military marked recently went through Auction here in the UK with premium fetching 570 UK pounds. How things change.

Lizard track What Martini is that mounted on? Mine is on a WWGreener delux in .297/250.

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WWGrener Delux ?? in 297/250? Probably a takedown too! Now that's a beautiful rifle. I am impressed and envious.
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Jeff, mine is a Westly Richards 22lr. I don't know exactly what model. It is a takedown with a safety. It seems to get better the more I shoot it. I'm getting approximately 1/2" at 50 yds. Considering the condition of the bore that is good.
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There's a gentleman that has accumulated a great deal of information about Martinis and related subjects over the years and has shared that information with a lots of folks. This man is known as the DoubleD on a variety of web site. Some of you out there have probably read some his posts.

Look here: http://www.martinihenry.com/links.htm

Lots of information and excellent advice.
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Thanks Jeff, a lot of interesting information there. Now to go through it all.
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Parsons scope service might be a good source to investigate, Mr Parsons used to work for Lyman many years ago. I used them many years ago for some issues with a Lyman Super Targetspot that was made in the mid 1940's and I was very pleased with his service.

http://parsonsscopeservice.com/services.html
I tried to contact Parsons last week, email returned, phone msg box full or inoperative.

Anyone know where I can scrounge some plastic buttons for a Supertargetspot?

I was looking at one of mine and noticed there were no buttons in the micrometer mount, just the metal scraper bars.
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Old 04-25-2017, 02:25 PM
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I was looking at one of mine and noticed there were no buttons in the micrometer mount, just the metal scraper bars.
Is that a defect? I thought only the later years' production had the nylon buttons, and that the buttons weren't unequivocally considered beneficial.
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Old 04-25-2017, 05:31 PM
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Is that a defect? I thought only the later years' production had the nylon buttons, and that the buttons weren't unequivocally considered beneficial.
beats the heck out of me, I thought they all had them
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