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    I've a couple of Brens, a 1940 MKI Enfield and a 1943 MKII Inglis.
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    T'other yan...
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    Hi Bandit,
    Nice guns i only have one Bren an inglis 1942 Mk1 lovely old thing, thanks for showing yours.
    Dave.

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    Lovely Brens, Mike. I passed on one of these a few years ago
    and have been kicking myself over it ever since.........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    very very nice Bruno Enfields mate.A thing of dreams in this country.
    Congratulations Mike,their magnificant.

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    Lovely weapon, the smallest piece on the Bren has the longest name "Barrel locking nut retaining plunger lug", so easy to strip and reassemble and accurate with short bursts

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    My favorite LMG.Very nice

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    Gotta love the double dovetail.
    Last edited by m3bobby; 03-12-2012 at 02:47 PM. Reason: I wrote DD and the forum changed it to Double Decal?

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    I wish we could keep the original receivers intact here, ours have to be torch cut, ruins the whole idea for collecting. Those are in great shape. There was a semi-auto version offered here about 15 years ago, I keep kicking myself for not taking one when I had the chance. Lovely pieces you have there

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