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5 hours ago, Druid799 said:

For once nope not the case , it’s what the going price is . From HK it’s the same price in US $’s as it is in UK £’s so by the time you add all the ‘extras’ on there’s a very good chance it could end up costing more to import than buying in the UK ! 😳

The going rate on Japanese and Taiwanese sites for these rifles seems to be £260-300. I think it's just the scarcity over here that is driving the high price, the SMLE has been out in Japan for some time, but obviously being closer to the source they've had fewer supply issues.

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13 hours ago, Algy said:

The going rate on Japanese and Taiwanese sites for these rifles seems to be £260-300. I think it's just the scarcity over here that is driving the high price, the SMLE has been out in Japan for some time, but obviously being closer to the source they've had fewer supply issues.

Yea some sites over seas are a lot cheaper BUT once you factor in all the charges that will accompany buying it from the Far East and importing it yourself you end up with around the same price as you’ve got over here .

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On 11/01/2022 at 21:51, EDcase said:

We await your fondling report...

While we await @rocketdogbert fondling report,  I have just seen this video on YouTube.  Guess this is the best we can do for the moment

 

 

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Taiwangun listing them at £243 not incl tax and shipping.  Still will work out cheaper than DCA.  Minor problem is they STILL aren't shipping to the UK

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1 hour ago, Tactical Pith Helmet said:

RS stocks apparently fit.  Loads around and not expensive.  

 

I don't know about that. Woodwork for the No.1 MkIII is not as common as for the No.4 rifles, and even repro stocks are quite expensive. 

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20 hours ago, Diemaco said:

 

I don't know about that. Woodwork for the No.1 MkIII is not as common as for the No.4 rifles, and even repro stocks are quite expensive. 

Apologies if I'm wrong, it's been about four or five years since I last bought some.  It was cheaper than Hogue back then I do remember.  

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