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Admin21.09.2021

Britain's Lee Enfield No 4 Rifle

The world was moving to semiauto rifles in the early to mid 1950s, and the world was awash in surplus No.
802
Admin27.07.2021

Ian Skennerton's

The Lee—Enfield was the standard issue weapon to rifle companies of the British Army and other Commonwealth nations in both the First and Second World Wars these Commonwealth nations included Australia, New Zealand, Canada, India and South Africa, among others.
4409
Admin23.09.2021

Ian Skennerton's

Early CMkIII sights were only marked MkIII.
6308
Admin23.09.2021

Serial numbering of the .303in Lee

5 iron sight line was similar to the No.
101
Admin01.07.2021

Ian Skennerton's

when fitting components to rifles, the progressive serial number on the body, not that on the barrel, is regarded as the master number to be stamped on those components specified in 'Instructions to Armourers 1912'.
4700
Admin31.08.2021

Milsurps Knowledge Library

Do you have additional info? METAL FINISH SHOWS SOME HANDLING MARKS AND WEAR.
9702
Admin09.09.2021

'Irish Contract' Lee

[52] During the Second World War, standard No.
85010
Admin29.07.2021

Lee Enfield Long Branch Serial Numbers

303 DP variant of the Bren LMG.
7601
Admin11.07.2021

Pf Lee Enfield Serial Numbers

Opinions vary on whether or how many of these Irish Contract rifles ever actually served in Ireland.
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