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PostPosted: Wed Nov 19, 2014 5:11 pm 
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Hi, does anybody know how or where I can track the serial numbers. Year .
I would like to know ( if possible) when this rifle was converted.
It started life as a Martini in 1877 but at some pint was converted to a 22 by CG Bonehill in the UK for the the "society of miniature rifles" 22 rifles for club and civilian shooters

Its a nice rifle and shoot great, I just like to know as much about it as possible. I have looked at a lot of Martini sits and found some info on CG Bonehill but nothing on dating the rifle

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