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Thanks for helping out, I would not have access to my books until late this afternoon.
 

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I noticed that - Looks like one fixed position gun, one partial ( or at least missing parts) and then the one with what appear to be spade grips, similar to what you posted. The original British single grip is different. Wish I had time to build a set of spades like those pictured for my gun.:)
 

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I noticed that - Looks like one fixed position gun, one partial ( or at least missing parts) and then the one with what appear to be spade grips, similar to what you posted. The original British single grip is different. Wish I had time to build a set of spades like those pictured for my gun.:)
Those later spade grips are really interesting.
The linkage goes underneath and actuates the sear like the remote trigger does.
Note that this design has a mechanical safety.

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I think this example is in South Africa.
Lots of these 303 Brownings were used in Rhodesia.

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Richard
 
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