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Inglis Mk I* Hi Power Rig

Article about: The hanger on Ade's stock is an original. There are many of these over here, as one might expect..........

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    The hanger on Ade's stock is an original. There are many of these
    over here, as one might expect..........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Quote by Walkwolf View Post
    On the right side of the slide in front of the ejection port is a circular recess.
    When you lock the slide in the rear position for take-down/disassembly,
    this recess will line up with the slide release lever post. You can see
    this 'button' end of the lever between the serial numbers.

    When the 'button' is pressed, the lever sticks out of the left side of the
    pistol, and when it is removed - with care as the slide is under
    pressure - the slide can then be slid off the frame.........
    Though i suspected it, thank you for the clarification, Steve...
    Best regards, Thanos.

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    Just for interest here is a nice period image of one of the Inglis factory girls with a HP MKI* and shoulder stock.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Ade,
    Always nice to have a fresh face on the board , nice photo.
    Regards,
    Sam

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    Interesting photo Ade. I notice there is an engraving on the forward
    part of the slide. Can't make out whether it is a name, number,
    slogan, or what. This pistol also shows no serial numbers.

    The photo was likely retouched for publication, and the serial #'s
    painted out. The barrel section showing through the ejection
    port are normally 'in the white' but this has also been
    blackened out.

    In 1980/81, I worked in a west-side area of downtown Toronto
    in a building that I was told had been some type of 'munitions
    factory' during WWI and WWII. Wonder if it was Inglis.........?
    Last edited by Walkwolf; 03-03-2012 at 10:40 PM.
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Hi Steve, you have a good eye ( but I already knew that ) I was trying to make out the "something" near the front sight too.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Sam, one other thing - your serial number is '4CH1038' I believe,
    which makes it the 41,038th Chinese contract pistol produced.
    It was made in September or October of 1944.........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Quote by Walkwolf View Post
    In 1980/81, I worked in a west-side area of downtown Toronto
    in a building that I was told had been some type of 'munitions
    factory' during WWI and WWII. Wonder if it was Inglis.........?
    Do you remember the location of the site? Should be easy enough to work out, I know where Inglis was.

    Rob

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    Quote by Battery Command Post View Post
    Do you remember the location of the site? Should be easy enough to work out, I know where Inglis was.Rob
    Yes, it was on the south east corner of Liberty St. and Frazer Ave.,
    beside Lamport Stadium, near King and Dufferin St. If it wasn't
    the exact building, it was in the immediate vicinity.........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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