The Early Rifles from Enfield The "Enfield" in Lee-Enfield refers to the town of Enfield on the northern outskirts of London, where a government arms works was established in to assemble "Brown Bess" flintlock muskets. The L42A1 rifles are essentially 7. This rifle was designated the No. However there are slight variations between manufacturers and production dates. Rifles were de-greased and inspected, and the long range volley sights were removed.
Rubber buttplate; short fore-end.
Lee Enfield Canadian MK 1 Carbine 1898 Date
He was stationed at Razmak in what is now in Pakistan with the 1st battalion of the Gloucester regiment. As such are clearly marked as not to get mixed up with. Birmingham Small Arms Logo, located on the Knox of the rifle. Navy Arms Company is making and selling a lot of these, and they usually describe them albeit in the fine print as "replicas" or "constructed of original No. Factory Through Repair Date of repair as detailed above. Well it should have it stamped there!