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.303 NO.4 MK I ENFIELD RIFLE Original Condition
.303 NO.4 MK I ENFIELD RIFLE Original Condition

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Our Price: $449.99

Quantity in Stock:15
Product Code: ENFIELD0002

Hand Select 100 [Add $100.00]

This particular lot of Enfields we imported straight out of Africa. The rifles are in good turn in condition.. The Enfield No4 MK1 was one of the most prominent battle rifles ever produced. These rifles have not been available in original condition for decades. About the rifles. Rifles are in good to very good original condition and ready to fire. They are surplus so expect dents, dings, scratches, possible gouges, bluing wear etc... but again we consider them quite nice by Enfield standards and certainly a solid NRA surplus good on the grading scale. History of these particular guns. No cracks nor broken wood. Original metal finish is between 50-80% depending on each firearm. We guarantee nice finish and good bores with the hand select option. We also have Long Branch and Savage made guns available. The Enfields were given to Ethiopia after WW 2. Actually some of the rifles were factory refurbished and have post war refurbishment markings and dates stamped on them. We are amazed that these guns were simply turned in and forgotten for decades. After years of negotiations we were finally able to get the contract for these surplus firearms. Hurry these Enfields will not last long. We appreciate our business and please fee free to contact us anytime if you have any questions.

Grade A: These rifles are in NRA good condition. There might be dents or dings in the stocks. No pitting, no corrosion, no damaged stocks. All guns were tested for functionality which means they were dry fired with a cleaning rod and the safety was tested. These rifles make a fantastic shooter. With a bit of elbow grease you will be able to turn them into cherished beauties.

Collector grade. These rifle are the best we could find. All guns are NRA good plus to very good plus. Nice stocks and finish on the metal parts. Rifles might have been refurbished after WW II.

We do have options for Hand-select, Hand-select bore and manufacturers as an option.

Hurry this chance in history will not be there forever. Limited supply left.

Details of our recent import of original British, Canadian and US surplus Enfield No4 MK1 rifles

Average Rating: Average Rating: 4 of 5 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 14 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
3 of 5 Customer service great, grading is off. Collector? November 25, 2020
Reviewer: Pat from Ohio  
Ordered Lee-Enfield no. 4 Mk 1 on Oct. 15. Paid for collector grade Savage or Long Branch. Received a Savage with shot out barrel, lightly cracked rear hand guard and nasty nick on a refinished crown. Contacted customer service. “A” was very nice and even gave me a paid tag from FedEx to send the rifle back. I called customer service several times and every time “A” would go back and check on my order personally. Her customer service was excellent. Second rifle arrived week of Thanksgiving. It is a 43 Savage. Barrel is lightly pitted, but serviceable. This rifle is a mix master with parts from several countries. Finish is worn, but markings are strong. This is not what they promised me, as hand select is listed as “nice” finish. Rifle shipped with a broken extractor and broken magazine spring and follower. I would put this rifle on par with the low end of CMP Field Grade rifle. As to RTI’s grading, it is off. I expected more with the up charge.

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1 of 5 Not what was described November 11, 2020
Reviewer: Daniel Fuller from Louisiana  
I recently ordered a hand selected Long Branch No4 Mk1. When I received the rifle it was badly pitted and after a couple weeks worth of cleaning the bore I found the riflings where gone from the last 3 inches of the barrel, and the bolt was very gummed up. I have emailed the company and am awaiting a response, but per the description the hand select would have good bores and finishes.

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2 of 5 No Savage--Wrong Gun November 8, 2020
Reviewer: Bill McEwan from Appleton City, MO United States  
I ordered a collector-grade Savage 303 Enfield rifle--original condition--and received a Long Branch hand-picked with a barrel so rusted and pitted it is worthless.  It's even missing the bolt release.  Before I ordered, when I had asked the customer service woman how many Savage rifles were left, she rudely answered, "Do you want one or not?"  I made certain when I did order the rifle to emphasize that it was the collector-grade Savage that I wanted, not the Long Branch.  I originally had wanted to buy a second one from this company, but not now since I didn't get what I paid for.

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  1 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
3 of 5 Savage Arms Enfield October 9, 2020
Reviewer: Ian from Pennsylvania  
I received a very dirty Savage Enfield rifle, non-numbers matching bolt. The entire gun itself isn't in terrible condition. It cleaned up nicely and the bore is in great shape, however I was led to believe the gun would be numbers matching, which it was not. Overall, not a bad gun, but if I would have known it was not numbers matching I would not have purchased the Savage/Long Branch option.

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  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
3 of 5 Post War Rifle September 14, 2020
Reviewer: William from South Carolina  
I bought a hand select rifle and received a No4 Mk2 post war production rifle, PF prefix. Light rust on the receiver but rather heavy rust in the magazine. Overall it is a good rifle with all matching numbers except for the magazine. The rifle should make a good shooter but I am disappointed that it is not a war time production as I was lead to believe from the description.

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