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Finally had a spare moment to take some pic's of my early X-mas gifts.

A '44 BSA T with matching HBM Mk II scope. Windage adjustment was not fully functional so after a Peter Laidler repair she should be good for the next 60 years. For the experts...notice anything funny about the Mk II scope??
 

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My favorite thing about Enfields is there ability to take on a new life after their original design is updated.

Below is two new No. 4 Mk 1/2 and 1/3, both converted from 1944 rifles, Maltby and LongBranch
 

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I make no

profession about being an expert, but usually you can read all of the verbiage on the scope, in between the mounting rings. (insert smart aleck comment about cordite here :) )
 

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profession about being an expert, but usually you can read all of the verbiage on the scope, in between the mounting rings. (insert smart aleck comment about cordite here :) )
Like give em enough cord & hopefully one of them will hang himself?:p
 
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