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Indian Enfield Cavalry Carbine - Real or Repro? Help Please.

Article about: Good Afternoon, I recently purchased this carbine at auction. It was catalogued as 'Indian Native percussion cavalry carbine' and looks very similar to the 1867 Enfield Bengal Cavalry Carbin

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    It cost me 120 which is OK. Thanks for your input and advice.

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    Well, I would say that you got yourself a bargain!
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    That's good to hear. Thanks again.

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    Personally, I would be having very strong words with the auctioneers-if they represented it as genuine, they have been fraudulent-any one who dealt with actual antiques of any sort would see that it's not 150 years old...

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    I am in an ongoing dialogue with them at the moment on that very subject. I paid the right price but it is the principal of the matter that I am unhappy with.

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