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  1. The Lee-Enfield Forum
    Hello, Does anyone know what the "S" stamp on the Stock/Butt Disc of this Enfield means? Thank you, Cynthia
  2. Weapons of the British Commonwealth
    Not sure if this is the right forum for this, if not, let me know I recently bought a P-14 rifle (With a P-17 stock) and I have a plethora of questions. I always wonted a P-17, but couldn't afford one. But a found a P-14 that appears to be a reasonable price (650$, is that a good price?) and...
  3. The Lee-Enfield Forum
    For a Project, I would like to "Rejuvenate" (for lack of a better word) my Enfield stock. I Don't wont to be like Bubba and his cousin Fud and just blast it, so I came here for advice regarding the best methods or lightening/bringing back the color on old milsurp stocks without actually fully...
  4. "The American Arsenal" US Weapons - Past & Present
    Howdy! There's been an M1917 Winchester rifle sitting in my local gun shop for close to a year now. It came out of an estate, and the estate people are apparently quite prickly about pricing. They want $1200 for it, but I was told I could probably get it down to $1050. Now, looking over the...
  5. The Lee-Enfield Forum
    I have a 1943 Enfield No4 Mk1* (Longbranch) - on bottom in photo below - that has markings I'm trying to decipher and was wondering if anyone can help? Trying to figure out where it might have seen service, etc. Thanks! First, on the receiver band, it looks like an "F 3 0" underneath the...
  6. The Lee-Enfield Forum
    My 1943 Enfield No4 Mk1 (BSA Shirley) (on top below), I'm trying to figure out what all the markings mean. And the rifle stock looks in such good condition, I'm wondering if it was replaced or not see much use? It has a Mk1 sight which I believe had to have been installed after the war in...
  7. The Lee-Enfield Forum
    Hello GUNBORD members! I've just joined, (Though I've been with the National Gun Form for about a year) I have some Enfield questions that I can't find the answers for. I have a 1917 BSA co. No. 1 MK III Lee Enfield, and I'm dying to figure out the meanings of the multitude of markings. Yes...
  8. Military Handgun Forum
    I recently got into revolvers, and acquired these two Webleys. The one is, from what I can tell, a fairly standard Mk VI from 1918. If you have any details about the serial number and where it might have been, Id love to know! The serial is 347549. I was able to acquire this pistol with a box of...
  9. The Lee-Enfield Forum
    I have recently purchased a BSA-made No 1 Mk III and am wanting to know which EXACT rear sight fits to it. I believe it to be the BSA No 9C sight, but I am second guessing why a BSA sight fits a Parker mount. Can anyone help me narrow down on EXACTLY which model number I should be on the lookout...
  10. The Lee-Enfield Forum
    I have a No4 Mk2 that shoots extremely low. Attached picture is at 200 yds with 174gr BTHP, with the shortest front sight attached. Does anyone have a gunsmith they'd recommend? Plus if in the DFW/north Texas/southern Oklahoma area I have one I can ship it to but would prefer to hand it over in...
  11. Weapons of the British Commonwealth
    Howdy folks! I could use some help here. Picked this revolver up today from my LGS. Looks to be a late WWII Commercial Webley IV, but I'm not an expert on these things by any means, and the markings dont tell me much. They dont say Webley or Enfield anywhere. Any british revolver experts...
  12. Military Handgun Forum
    Howdy folks! I could use some help here. Picked this revolver up today from my LGS. Looks to be a late WWII Commercial Webley IV, but I'm not an expert on these things by any means, and the markings dont tell me much. They dont say Webley or Enfield anywhere. Any british revolver experts...
  13. The Lee-Enfield Forum
    Good day to everyone! I have bought a .30-06 "U.S. Model of 1917 Eddystone" rifle with a serial number 484xxx (I do not wish to share the last three numbers - but might do so in private if you should ask), hence it seems to have been manufactured sometime during April in 1918. It has a red...
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