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    Default BSA Light Pattern Standard - need TLC advice

    Hi all - new to the site, so forgive me if this is a repeat subject. I have inherited an old BSA serial no. A671, which is in need of a few bits and a good refurb. I would love to get this rifle in good nick and shooting again. Can anyone point me in the right direction to a reputable restorer? I am on the East Rand, so preferably someone around here, or Pretoria way.

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    You can buy remanufactured parts for these old BSAs from the UK- but be warned, they are not cheap. It may be cheaper to find a parts gun and cannibalise it if you can.

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