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 Just a thought! Lord Chelmsford at Isandlwana.

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PostSubject: Re: Just a thought! Lord Chelmsford at Isandlwana.   Tue Dec 23, 2014 5:20 pm

Mr M. Cooper wrote:
Hi Les.

The DAN.338 is a long range bolt action snipers rifle made by IWI (Isreal Weapon Industries), it was developed in co-operation with IDF special operations units and is a high precision light weight long range rifle. It's the first bolt action rifle made by IWI, others being auto or semi auto (snipers prefer bolt action). Hope this helps mate, you can get further info by googling in and having a look at it, it seems a good weapon, but the old SMLE .303 was a good rifle, but is now out dated.

Cheers mate. Salute Merry Christmas

Martin just post the source.Where you got you information. It's quicker.

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PostSubject: Re: Just a thought! Lord Chelmsford at Isandlwana.   Mon Dec 29, 2014 2:11 pm

When the legend becomes fact print the legend
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