An intriguing rifle this dated 1903 LEE ENFIELD MARK I rifle with a 25 .2" barrel, and a has bore with strong rifling, and pitting in the grooves from wartime corrosive primers.Has a side mount gernade launcher sight, and correct rear sight, but no top guard wood, as the gun was altered , possibly for an English shooting club configuration. Has an importer marked barrel, and the wood is very good with a brass butt-plate.Metal has most of it's blue, some pits, and corrosion near the front band, and rear sight. Interesting rifle that could tell a story if it could!We don't have a store, and sell on the internet only. WE don't have a web site. SEVERAL PHOTOS LISTED. TELL US HOW YOU WANT THE GUN SHIPPED.OUR DESCRIPTIONS ARE ACCURATE. WE HAVE A THREE DAY INSPECTION ON ANY PURCHASE.
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