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Written on: 23/06/2009 by geertj02 (2 reviews written)
i own the Lee Enfield no4 mk1 got it for nz$120 with dove tails. i was told that finding rings would be a mission but a trip down to the local gun store found me rooting around in there boxes of old rings an vwalla a set that fit for $10 slapped a scope i got of the internet for $40 and i was away. how many guns can you set up $170 my .22 cost more. since i have made a new stock in the bruno style with a cheek pad made from our native timber kauri. they have got to be one of the most reliable… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/11/2008
I was lucky enough to be in the Army cadets and we regularly fired these at 200 yds on the Yoxter range up on the Mendip hills in somerset. It was a heavy rifle but when you are a schoolboy it is great fun. The SLR we shot latterly was much less fun although less weildy. Also the SLR had much more cleaning to do after firing… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/11/2008 by Ahora (5 reviews written)
You have to have a chance to own and shoot all the old military rifles to know just how great the Enfield really is. Most of the people I know who bad mouth the gun are nothing more than "armchair" gunners who talk to hear their small brains rattle around in their heads. The number 4 Enfield has the smoothest bolt action of any other WW1 or WW2 military rifle. With the ten shot magazine, it is unquestionably the best battle rifle, even when compared with the Mauser, and Springfield… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/12/2007 by Starter (31 reviews written)
The Lee Enfield rifle is still a popular gun in North America despite not being produced for many years. Thousands are in the hands of hunters in Canada and the USA. The guns are nearly indestructable and fire a powerful enough round for big game hunting.
Lee Enfield rifles cost about $150-$200 in the USA and are unregulated. I especially like the fast bolt action on these guns. They are much more convenient than the Mauser or the Carcano. Very nice rifles, overall… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/12/2006 by rugerman (25 reviews written)
When I collected military rifles I had a #4 in very good condition. Also owned a number of Mauser rifles of different types and some japanese and one Italian rifle. I took 'em all to a range one day to compare accuracy and handling. My K98 and the Carcano carbine handled the best for me but the old Enfield outshot them all. It must have been the peep sight. I liked the 10 shot magazine too. I used military ammo of different vintages. Would have liked to try sporting ammo in the Enfield… Read Full Review