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I have a 1917 Enfield that has been made "drill purpose". All parts have been stamped DP and a rod has been welded cross ways in the barrel. It functions, has cosmoline in it and has matching numbers. I was wondering if these guns have any collector value and what it might be? Also who made this rifle?
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I have a 1917 Enfield that has been made "drill purpose". All parts have been stamped DP and a rod has been welded cross ways in the barrel. It functions, has cosmoline in it and has matching numbers. I was wondering if these guns have any collector value and what it might be? Also who made this rifle?
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Well for a start, it is not a M1917 rifle but a .303 British Enfield Pattern 14 that looks like it was one of the Indian DP rifle imported and sold off in the early 1990's. It has little collector value and is only worth about $300 max as a parts gun or wall hanger. It was made by Remington under contract to the British.
 
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