i am by no means a lee-enfield person, strictly every shape and form of mauser. until last weekend the only enfield i had is my 1853 .577 that i use for civil war reenacting. I was at a swap meet in new hampshire and i saw this No.1 Mk. III* sitting on the table with a price of $200, seemed all there, bore is mint, some of what looks like aresenal repairs to the stock (see pictures) all matching numbers, though the bolt looks like it might be a replacement? saw the date of 1916, and figureing that the centennial of WW1 is only 4 years away and decided i had better grab it before WW1 stuff really starts going up. haggled with the guy for about 15 minutes trying to get him down on his price and only was able to get him down to $190. took it to the range yesterday with several different brands of .303 and it did alright, not nearly as well as my mausers but good enough, not really going to be a shooter, just a every once in a while gun. i can take more pictures tomorrow, there are just so many markings and proofs compared to my mausers i didnt know which ones were the important ones to photograph. did i do alright for $190?