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I stopped by an out of town shop on my way back from a business meeting and I spotted this No1MkIII on the rack. It had a high price on it but was mostly complete with a matching bolt and nose cap. The forearm has been replaced a while back. It's a "Enfield" 1918 dated rifle. The bore is in great shape and the only thing I could find wrong was that the rear hand guard was missing the fingers. So I pulled it off to replace it and was surprised to find an FF in a circle on it. Any way just wanted to show it off.


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Nice catch. My similar rifle also has a 1927 barrel.
 

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If you would, could you post the action and serial numbers, less the last digit if you want to keep that secret. Helps build up the Irish rifle database I maintain. Just last week a rifle that was posted here had a feature that was new, the use of a repalcement 1956 BSA bolt body, so ever little bit of data helps, especially if your serial number range does not fall in the known serial number range..
 

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If I remember I will get it tonight.


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If you would, could you post the action and serial numbers, less the last digit if you want to keep that secret. Helps build up the Irish rifle database I maintain. Just last week a rifle that was posted here had a feature that was new, the use of a repalcement 1956 BSA bolt body, so ever little bit of data helps, especially if your serial number range does not fall in the known serial number range..
 
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