This is an excellent example of a WWII EnfieldNo4 MK1 Cal. 303 British rifle. It was manufactured in 1944 at the Royal Ordnance Factory rifle manufacturing plant in Maltby, South Yorkshire England. The Enfield No4 MKI series of rifles have a reputation for being very accurate shooters.
This Enfield No4 MKI has matching serial numbers on side band and bolt. No other numbers are present except for some numbers on the front barrel band that appear to be the war time dispersal code numbers for Singer Manufacturing, Scotland. The detachable ten round magazine appears to be original to the rifle, but is lacking any serial number. The bore is bright with no pitting. Rifle has two flip up peep sights one for 300 meters and the other peep sight for 600 meters. Stock appears to be walnut with normal handing marks. No cracks in the stock. Stock has a brass butt plate. Rifle appears to have never been through an arsenal rework as no rework stamps can be found. There is a very small hard to see import mark on the barrel muzzle. Rifle is from an estate. The rifle was purchased in the early 1990’s put away by a collector and never fired. Rifle comes with original foreign arsenal storage hang tag as well as the distributors tag. Rifle would be a good WWII collectable or shooter. Credit cards 3.2% via PayPal. Can be sold on a Curio & Relic ffl. Many additional photos on request.