Charger Loading Lee Enfields were long lees that had a charger bridge and adjustable rear sight added. A long lee that was converted to SMLE...
Nice! A SMLE MkI.
In Hendersonville the other on an Audi TT
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That would be a beautiful stock and grips! I’d like to see that!
Those are beautiful! I’m normally a military collector(up through WWII), but find all this very fascinating. Thanks Michael!
It’s out of the wrap, you might as well shoot it. They were all test fired so technically they can’t be called unfired.
Condolences, Amy. She sounds like a great and noble lady, wish I could’ve met her.
That’s amazing, a Lee Enfield Mk I that still has the cleaning rod!
Interesting musket. You’re right looks German of some sort. What’s the lower screw and plate go to, the trigger? I don’t recall seeing anything...
Interesting, they sure make what they get work and for a long time.
It’s very interesting to see what you find there and the shit state there in, too.
Isn’t the butt socket on the one BSA marked .22 IV? Has it been re-barrelled to .303?
Nice! And a No 2 Mk IV .22 in that pile, too!
The serial number on the bolt looks like a Savage number.
Jap. Type 30 Arisaka
They actually look like a nice watch. They use a Valjoux 7750 movement, which a good a movement.
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