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Our small Enfield collection ,

Top one. No4 7.62x51 Savage-Charnwood Ordnance.

Next. SMLE .303 1940 BSA

Next. No4 .303 Target rifle used in Australia RAAF.

Bottom. Envoy 7.62x51 Target rifle 1971 dated owned by the same man until 2012.

 

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Originally posted by Rockape2 Rockape2 wrote:

Our small Enfield collection ,

Top one. No4 7.62x51 Savage-Charnwood Ordnance.

Next. SMLE .303 1940 BSA

Next. No4 .303 Target rifle used in Australia RAAF.

Bottom. Envoy 7.62x51 Target rifle 1971 dated owned by the same man until 2012.

 


Nice Guns!!

I see all those guns that are maybe 40's or earlier, and the wood is in so good  condition...

Do they carry the original wood??? Are they just in this condition because of not been used?

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he!!o bravehrt17,
Thank you.
 
The wood is in excellent condition on all the 4 rifles, I try to buy my rifles in mint condition but to be used whenever possible.
The No4 in 7.62 (top) is a 1970's to 80's conversion (from a Savage action) so the wood could have been possibly changed at that time, the SMLE is a 1940 BSA dated rifle and the wood is so dated, came from a large collection being sold, did not look like it had been fired/used. The No4 in 303 is a 1956 Fazakerly Mk1/2 wood also dated 1956 with matching serial numbers. The 7.62 Envoy was built in 1971 the wood is also dated 71 and serial numbered as the rifle this came from one very careful owner, I have the original factory 100 yds accuracy test target.  
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Same rifles. New camera.

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Nice rifles you have,
A SMLE with target sights is what I'm looking for next..
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Originally posted by Rockape2 Rockape2 wrote:

Nice rifles you have,
A SMLE with target sights is what I'm looking for next..
 
No1 Mk3* with Parker Hale PH5A 'target sight' and a 'pair of Enfields - (sorry focus is out)
 
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that charnwood got me recollecting , i once had one as well , very nice conversions 
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This is a SMLE with target sights.
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 Here's my latest pick up. A No1 MkIII* Skeleton rifle.
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Superb! I am looking for one of those rubber eye cups for my 4/47 AJP rear sight and do you think I can find one?? Nope...the search continues.
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