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South African #4 Mk I* Lee Enfield

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South African #4 Mk. 1* Lee-Enfield (Savage)   

.303 British       


I saw this rifle sitting at a table at the closing hours of a OGCA show in Cleveland. The owner had this and one other gun for sale. I saw the price and condition and grabbed it w/out haggling. It is the cleanest #4 Enfield I've ever seen (to include the ones that came out of Ireland still in the wrap.)

This is also Savage made, a Lend-Lease model. The markings to the left (Arrow in a U) I am told are indeed South African markings.

This is indeed a beautiful gun, in mint condition, and one heckuva bargain.


20 Jan 2006 19:26