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Old 11-27-2013, 11:58 AM
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Picked up a couple more Enfields today.
Finally got a No5 Jungle Carbine! Also a 1916 Lithgow & 1920 Enfield w/ Iraqi marks.





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Two No4 MKII's, sequential serial numbers...one in the wrapper, one out.





An unfired UF 55




A "57 FTR" (still trying to figure this one out...)





1942 Lithgow



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^^ nice examples!
The 57 FTR, Factory Thorough Repair
Perhaps it was pieced together w/random parts? Or had a bad barrel & it was replaced?
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^^ nice examples!
The 57 FTR, Factory Thorough Repair
Perhaps it was pieced together w/random parts? Or had a bad barrel & it was replaced?
Thanks, bf

Peter Laidler, an Enfield expert on another thread suggested that very thing. Peter advised that as Fazakerley ended Enfield production they began making new rifles with unused parts and simply marked them "FTR" as a bookkeeping expedient. I'm still not sure how that worked.
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Got a few others...

An Irish Contract with a matching bayo





and another MKII removed from the wrap, but unfired.



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^Stop it! You're making me feel like a cheap Enfield Hooker!
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All very, very, nice!


A #4mk1 converted to 7.62mm with a CAL NOS barrel

I put an AJ Parker 8/53 backsight attachment on it to get click adjustable windage movement to the rear sight.

This rifle is a favorite of mine!
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A #4mk1 converted to 7.62mm with a CAL NOS barrel

I put an AJ Parker 8/53 backsight attachment on it to get click adjustable windage movement to the rear sight.

This rifle is a favorite of mine!
Very nice.

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Canadian Arsenal Ltd, the name of Long Branch after it was reorganized and before it was shut down by the Canadian government. A fellow in Canada scored a bunch of 7.62mm #4 barrels and passed one along to me.
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Canadian Arsenal Ltd, the name of Long Branch after it was reorganized and before it was shut down by the Canadian government. A fellow in Canada scored a bunch of 7.62mm #4 barrels and passed one along to me.
Very nice. Any issues involved in the caliber conversions?
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There are three: fitting the extractor so it functions properly, getting the headspace set up correctly, and getting the rounds to feed properly. Ideally the underside of the receiver is milled out to fit the profile of the 7.62mm magazine to insure the rounds feed properly but I was lucky enough to have several magazines to work with and I just swapped magazines until I got one that fed without milling the receiver. The bolt head is supposed to be proofed to 22tons (originally 19tons). I was able to get a couple proofed bolt heads from the UK although I have seen standard unproofed .303 bolt heads used on 7.62mm rifles with no problems at all.

The conversion also includes in insert for the charger guide to use M14/SLR 5 round stripper clips.

I haven't seen the conversion parts available for quite a while. For a time I had a couple spare barrels, extractors, and magazines but I gradually sold them all off.
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Beautiful weapons guys. Anyone hear of a 1941 supreme by golden state arms? I picked one up a while back for 50$. I didn't even know it was an enfield til I did some research. I dont have a pic its definitely not as pretty as these but its all sporterized, kinda looks like a Jungle Carbine. I'm gonna shoot it for first time next week. I have no idea when it was fired last, probably a long time. Being you guys are the experts on these is there anything I need to check for safety wise before I test fire. Thanks
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Are there any shops in So Cal or even Central Cal that are known for having a good stock of Enfields?
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^ About 18 months ago, one of the Big shops in Fresno had 5 in stock. Forgotton the name. YMMV

Your best bet is to watch the CGN Marketplace.
The Collectors Exchange has most of them.
The Regular Long Gun Marketplace still has them, since not everyone is famillar w/ the Site.

You see them all the Auction Sites as well. They just have to be in State, or willing to ship to California.
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^ About 18 months ago, one of the Big shops in Fresno had 5 in stock. Forgotton the name. YMMV

Your best bet is to watch the CGN Marketplace.
The Collectors Exchange has most of them.
The Regular Long Gun Marketplace still has them, since not everyone is famillar w/ the Site.

You see them all the Auction Sites as well. They just have to be in State, or willing to ship to California.
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I'm new to LE's. Any feedback on markings for arsenal, orgin etc are appreciated. All I know is its a No4 Mk1. Thanks



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It's hard to get decent pictures of the faint markings.
1943 A2633

No4 Mk1

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To bad #4MkI or MkI* is not clear. It happens. Enjoy.

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I have a new one like that listed myself.
That is a pretty nice looking one
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One of my favorites in my collection, 1914 BSA original barrel (shot to hell but not pitted) and forend with volley sights. Artsy photo with a couple of my British trench whistles.
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No love for older antiquey Lees?

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saki that is a nice commercial Lee speed on top. What year? Is the magazine chained to it?

I believe this is a 1906 correct magazine.
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[IMG][/IMG] [IMG][/IMG] here is mine, my dad bought it for my birthday in 1991 when i was a young 34, about 3 years ago i reoiled the wood added a sniper cheek rest and bead blasted it to the white and painted it with a matt gunkote paint. these guns were not original blued, they were finished with a paint called sunkorite. the scope mount is an original s&k bolt on most likley from the 50s this gun shoots small groups with 174gr. sierra match and imr4350 powder. it has a 2x7 leupold with matt finish.

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MJ1,

The top rifle is a Lee Speed Express, done by William Moore and Gray (the express rifles were done on BSA actions by sporting shops). The flip-type express sights are interesting- I guess they built these for safari use back then.

I'm not sure on the year- it didn't have a year marking I could see. I didn't get to disassemble it and look under the wood
Based on the action alone I would guess it to be from the turn of the century. The engraving and scrollwork is quite nice. The magazine is attached with a little chain.
Both the rifles pre-date the 'Mk1' designation- the Express is marked BSA and 'lee speed' if I remember right. I know there wasn't a date because I remember looking for it

The bottom rifle is an Irish Constabulary rifle, late 1890s That one has an oval loop attaching the magazine. I guess they really didn't want anyone to lose their mags back then!

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Very necessary bit of Enfield kit.


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Lots of love from me! Beautiful.
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Picked this up the other day from someone, wasn't bad for the price, dunno how it shoots yet.... I know its a sporter but still looks amazing to me and for the budget wasn't to bad rifle's1.jpg
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⬆️ Been seeing that one all over the place! I'm glad someone finally took one out of the wraps and shot it.. . Pretty sure I would too. Or is this a different one?
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new to me sporter, I had the scope mount fixed for 1" tube, added the swivels and my homemade para-cord sling. Trying to decide if it needs a tight chamber barrel or something else. My first Enfield and I know little. Supposedly a No 4 Mk 1 from Birmingham.

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My first SMLE, 1917 BSA. Little did I know at the time that it was more Australian than British. Ftr'd in Lithgow.
Over the years, I have seen more early 1900 LE's from Australia than anywhere else. I have 3 myself.
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190? No 1 mk 111 converted to no 2 mk 1V at Parker Hale. Last # of year on wrist is illegible. I need to find the Parker Hale sight that the volley peep sight is set up for but I heard that for what they cost they're not worth it. Anyway, a fun and surprisingly accurate trainer.
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