Interesting Model 15. Not sure I've ever seen one scoped like that before with the rear aperture still in place.
Nit picking timeBTW, nice looking 12/15! I've been considering those models as well as other BSA Martini models for some time now. I peruse Simpson, LTD quite often, and there's a good chance that I looked at and considered that very same rifle
I hope you get much enjoyment out of it!
No big deal, just my OCD when it comes to martinis . . . . . or Mauser 22s . . . . . . . or Ruger No. Ones . . . . . . . .orThis is one of the reasons I visit this place! I'm battin' a thousand lately, so perhaps I should either talk less, or talk about things I know more about
Thanks everyone for the edumication.
First came the 12, the 15, then the 12/15. They were followed by the heavy true target Internationals."That's a Model 15 with the rear aperture integral with the receiver, not a 12/15 "...........well it was 'sold' as a 12/15 and that's what is entered in my books. I 'thought' the 12 was the old without the intregal dove tail like this one...........but I'm certainly no 'expert' on them and willing to learn
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