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Probably bettter odds with a lottery ticket.

Bought an auction lot from a stockmaker estate and have identified everything else of note, but not this buttstock.

Buy your lottery ticket here! grin


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Originally Posted by mc
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You mean AyA? Or better yet, A and A. Or even further, Aguirre and Aranzabal. Lol...
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No just AYA but could be any box lock .john what do you think it came from ..a tree, block of wood ,old door?

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Definitely a walnut tree......... initially.


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The original posting seems to be set up for Greener Lever work and has no facility for an auto safety range. I am not familiar with an AyA se up this way. It could be from any number of Birmingham A&D Guns.


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Originally Posted by Hugh Lomas
The original posting seems to be set up for Greener Leverwork and has no facility for an auto safety range. I am not familiar with an AyA se up this way. It could be from any number of Birmingham A&D Guns.


Good detail catch. Thank you.

Narrowing it down to Birmingham increased your odds of winning!


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Aya matador has no auto safe

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Pretty Much all, Mk1,2 &3 Matadors left the factory with an auto safety. It operates from a straight wire rod operating from the under bolt through to the front of the trigger block blade. As soon as it gave problems with auto engaging with the first shot (Quite common) it was easily removed by withdrawing through the stock. Dimensions were @ .060" dia x 1" long. next time you have one in check for a small hole drilled from the rectangular bolt recess to the trigger blade.


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