Tons of them.Hay did Israel every use Enfields?
Ansleyj, I never saw an Israel made #4 T. They had Brittish made ones. They did make a copy of the #32 scope. They also rebuilt some. But unlike the Indians, Israel didn't scrub the rifles. But never say never with Enfields.They also made their own No. 4Ts. Almost the same as the British made ones.
I was there around 82, on loan from Uncle Sam. The IDF had free M-16's. I was shown a "warehouse", that had Enfields, M1's, 98K's and anything under the sun. I'd lay money that the inventory was sold to SOG, Century or Val in the 90's(1991-2).MChalmers,
Where did you see a L-E in the IDF in the '80s? In the '80s, I served in the IDF, ran a small armory, visited others, worked with the MaGav, and visited with a few gun dealer/collectors. I don't think I ever saw any Enfields outside of a museum, and they were very scarce. I don't recall the No.5 at the Golani Museum. I'll have to look closer next time. I would love to get an Israeli-marked Enfield someday, but I'm not sure I'd know what I was looking at. Can someone post a pic or two of their markings?