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Historic British Enfield #4 Bolt Action Rifle in .303 British Caliber. They are in turn in condition which for Enfields means that that they are well used as most surplus Enfields are. That means dents, dings, scrapes, gouges, discoloration, and possible small cracks in the stocks. It will also mean bluing wear will vary and we have even seen some very minor surface rust on a few. Having said that, don't let my overly honest description discourage you. We have been through this particular group of rifles and each one has been inspected thoroughly for condition. If it did not meet our condition standard for NRA surplus good then it was rejected and will not be sold under this SKU. Continue below for more complete details.The Enfield #4 Rifle was the workhorse of the British Empire and they remain highly sought after by shooters, hunters, and collectors today. - C & R Eligible - Note - We may also have some Savage Mfg and Longbranch Mfg available below under the custom options while supplies last. Hand Select Available for the best of 10 cosmetically. Please see Detailed Description below for a solid overview as to what you can expect condition-wise on these rifles.
No collection is complete without the addition of an Enfield rifle.... Don't Miss This.......C & R EligibleNote - We do offer a Hand Select Option on these rifles whereby we will select your rifle as the best of 10 comsmetically for an additional fee of $30.00. Important - As noted above these are surplus turn in rifles and while we have done a dry function test here before shipping, the rifles have not had the bores cleaned nor have they been checked by a gunsmith. As with all surplus firearms the rifle should be thoroughly cleaned before firing. Also, please be sure that the bore is clear and unobstructed. Finally, a good rule of thumb with any surplus is to have your local gunsmith do a safety check before attempting to fire.
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