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    Posted: September 09 2018 at 6:54am
I am looking for a pellet/rifle and noticed a Mauser replica k98. Looks pretty cool! I then typed in Lee Enfield! Found a new product (I think it's new). Replica SMLE CO2 powered bb rifle! Anyone heard or seen one of these? Thanks!
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no - but i did buy a vintage webley of this sort and ill not be parting with that any time soon , i have a cheap 1911 handgun in CO2 and a pump crossman that i use with the grandkids , there are some ive always wanted but not bad enough to pay for , enjoy what you have 
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Further to my inquiry on the SMLE looking bb rifle. From what I can find out, they were introduced at the 2018 England Gun Show. I believe the were £425. Maybe one of the England resident members might know more?
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Fa-Fa- Far unnret & 25 nicker for an air rifle?
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Yup, that's what they said. Unfortunately, the only info I could find was a you tube video. CO2 powered, .177 or .22 Calibre. That's a lot of money. I could buy myself a Mk3 for that.
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he!! for that price you could get a .222 RF conversion kit from Sarco! Put CB caps in it & it IS an air rifle.
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Shamu. Do you have any more info on this conversion kit? I punched in Sarco and couldn't find anything.
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Its a "Morris tube" (sub caliber adapter barrel (full length)) & a rim-fire bolt & head for the No 1 Mk III. It takes standard .22 RF & goes *poot* Approve

You insert the tube into a greased bore & tighten a nut then swap the bolts! It converts an SMLE to a single shot .22 RF that takes Long Rifle, Long, Short, CB & BB caps. You take out the magazine spring & use the empty box for a brass catcher! With BB or CB caps you barely hear it at all.
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Lotsa lotsa fun to shewt & it even takes things like BB & CB caps.
Let me go digging.
Oops, my bad not Sarco, Numrich!
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https://www.gunpartscorp.com/products/502970

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Do they make a similar conversion for a No4 Mk1?
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i think you might find it could be modiied easily , but ive not done that one yet , but it might be cheaper to just buy the Cno7 or one of the brit no7 rifles and enjoy it , 
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i think you might find it could be modiied easily , but ive not done that one yet , but it might be cheaper to just buy the Cno7 or one of the brit no7 rifles and enjoy it , 

there were a bunch of ausie 22 cal rifles available a few years back that were reasonable as well , 
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The problem would be the .22 RF bolt & head, it won't interchange.
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