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Re: Looking for BSA Bolt & assembly
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Old 12-03-2017, 02:07 AM
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So getting a "factory" bolt will certainly be more difficult. Poppi might try UK firearms forums like The Stalking Directory. Again, I would leave the "sheared lugs" part of the story out of the narrative until I found someone with a bolt.

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Very unlikely to find anything privately for sale there, only recourse would be a dealer (RFD) in the UK.
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