Crap we had a 4X P.X. scope on some angle iron. The set up didn't work worth comment. At the time we had a half dozen guys who could still shoot the M-14 well at 400 yards and our best shot in my year was just over 500 yards. Hey the comrad had a white bullhorn. "His bad" as my grand kids would say.
Nice photos thanks for posting them. May I keep one or two of your pictures if I lable them willyp? I have two of your enfields so labled in my files.
I did see another scoped M-14 rifle N.W. of Dak To in late June or early July 1968. I didn't look like a motor pool job and the guy with him had a large monoscope. I took little notice because in late May I had seen my first scoped M16 and short M-16 with a 30 rd magazine. All in rear safe areas down by he coast. I was flying in a DC3 with a lot of ARVN families and new kids. I noted these rifles in the hands of guys with new uniforms and boots. In those days if you wanted to know about a guy you looked at his boots. Things where changing and I was SHORT! 45 and counting.
I would love to shoot a real M21 on a short course.