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Old November 26, 2017, 19:44   #1
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L1A1 locking shoulder markings?

Did all the British locking shoulders have the markings on the dog leg.
Also were they all smooth, lacking the dimples on the ends and dogleg?
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Old November 27, 2017, 08:36   #2
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Did all the British locking shoulders have the markings on the dog leg.
Also were they all smooth, lacking the dimples on the ends and dogleg?
Never and Always should not be used with anything FAL or L1A1.

Generally, Brit LS had no center hole in the shaft.

Generally, they were marked with .260 being 0 and 01, 02, 03 below .260. 1-12 above .260. Y for OS-1 shaft.
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