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M.M.L. Parts

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M.M.L. Parts

Postby NebraskaAvianFlu » Fri Nov 10, 2017 9:15 pm

Hello all I am new to this forum and am seeking some knowledge. I have an old MML Black Knight M.L. and am looking for parts for it. I had it stored in a garage that had gotten flooded and even though it was well oiled up before storage it now is a rusted mess inside of the barrel. I have scrubbed it over and over and now I see what appears to be pitting in the barrel from the rust. Can a new barrel still be had for this as I just love the way it used to shoot being a thumb hole stock model..
Just looking for hopefully a lead to where to seek out a barrel.

Thanks Gents. :partyman:

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Re: M.M.L. Parts

Postby flounder » Wed Nov 15, 2017 4:48 pm

I'm a little puzzled because the "Black Knight" was never offered with a thumbhole stock. If you are patient you will probably be able to find a barreled action for your rifle for around $100 or so on ebay. You might be as well off to remain patient and buy a decent mk85 when one comes along on gunbroker or some other site.

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Re: M.M.L. Parts

Postby halloflin » Wed Nov 15, 2017 4:58 pm

He also posted this in the Inline Forum and received several leads and recommendations.
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