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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:21
Product Code: ENFIELD0002

Hand Select Good Bore [Add $100.00]
Long Branch Manufacturer [Add $50.00]
Savage Manufacturer [Add $50.00]

This particular lot of Enfields we imported straight out of Africa. The Original Condition 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. No cracks nor broken wood. Original metal finish is between 50-80% depending on each firearm. We offer a hand select fee for a good bore. We also have Long Branch (Canadian made) and Savage (U.S made.) guns available. These Enfield rifles were given to Ethiopia after WW2. Actually some of the rifles were factory refurbished and have post war refurbishment markings and dates stamped on them.

There is a variety of No 4 pattern rifles in this batch, including but not limited to the No 4 Mk 1, No 4 Mk 2, No 4 Mk 1/2, No 4 Mk 1/3 and more. If you would like to guarantee a specific model, we offer a hand select fee to guarantee a specific variation. Please call us and we can place the order over the phone and/or check the availability of a certain variation.

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 very good condition. There might be minor 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.

Hand Select Bore:
We offer an option of $100 extra for a good bore. This hand select option guarantees a bore gauged rifle with strong rifling. The bore may require additional cleaning to be shiny.

Savage or Long Branch Manufactured Rifles: We have Savage or Long Branch manufactured rifles in a variety of conditions. This selection guarantees either a Savage or Long Branch manufactured rifle. These rifles are in the same condition as the Original Condition Enfield rifles. If you would like to purchase a Savage or Long Branch rifle with a Hand Select bore, please call us at (321) 212-7801 to place your order over the phone.

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

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: 20 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
2 of 5 Grade A? November 18, 2021
Reviewer: Josh from UT  
After two months of waiting I got my Grade A Savage.
Pros: The bore seems clean, the wood matches, is not broken or have obvious cracks and the bolt is in okay condition.
Cons: Every metal part on the rifle (minus the bolt) had rust and some parts were pitted. The rear sight was upgraded at some point to a milled sight, however, it was so rusted & worn the numbers are hardly visible. I pulled the rifle apart to clean it and found pitting. Where the stock was in contact with metal is the worst.
The wood is in rough shape. (which I expected) It is very banged up, chipped, dented and loose, it needed a lot of TLC to clean the dirt and grime out of the vacancies and tighten up the wiggles in the butt stock and handguard.
I've always wanted this rifle, and I am glad I have it now, but I feel I got the bottom of the barrel. I think paying extra for a Savage made the overall quality of the rifle drop from the Good-Very Good condition to Fair due to lack of inventory.

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  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 Grade A No.4 MK I September 28, 2021
Reviewer: Oland from TX  
Pleasantly surprised. Ordered a Grade A unaltered/original condition No.4 MK I and that's what I received. Rifle cleaned up nicely. Nice stock. Good bolt. Good bore. Nice metal. Nothing missing or broken. All parts appear to be correct. These rifles will need a little cleaning and elbow grease but are worth it. Mine appears to have been put into storage and never issued by the Ethiopian military.

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 Collector Grade No4 mk 1/2/3 May 24, 2021
Reviewer: Jeff HUston from Minnesota  
Just make sure you read the description so you are clear what you are receiving.  The listing says "no 4 mk 1"  however in the actual description they are clear you could receive a a number of the different series of No 4's. I choose a collector grade and received just that. A No4 Mk2 that is all matching besides the magazine which appears to be new.Wood is in decent condition, bore looks great. Overall it'll clean up to be a nice rifle.  Shipping was very fast at around a week.

These are VERY dirty, full of sand and smell horrible. For them to be sitting in the conditions they were and come out in pretty nice shape is a miracle.Just be realistic with your expectations. Turn in rifles that sat basically in a barn with sand floors for many years.  Definitely cool rifles with an interesting history.

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 Hand Select No. 4 MK. 1 April 5, 2021
Reviewer: Seth from Washington  
Paid for hand select option. Had professional gunsmith inspect it and clean it and he was impressed by its condition for how old it is. Barrel was very dirty but after cleaning it we found the rifling in good condition. Definitely has been well used and has been factory refurbished with the year 1959 stamped under the original 1942 date. All parts and pieces are there and fully functional including the cool micrometer rear sight. Fun to shoot, and cool to look at. Thanks RTI.

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  3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
3 of 5 No4 Mk1? February 1, 2021
Reviewer: Cory from NY  
I ordered a No4 Mk1 in Original Condition and paid extra for "collector grade". I was expecting it to be a No4 Mk1 in its original configuration... well, I received a franken-rifle. Parts are mixed between a Mk1 and Mk2, the forestock is for a Mk2 even though the trigger is not set up for it, its fitted VERY poorly and missing the very hard to find reinforcing screw wich is kind of the deciding factor for me. The butt plate is completely corroded and the rifle is missing both pins for the front cap as well as the ejector screw. The bore is also in pretty poor condition and the wood although in "good" condition is mismatched by color as well as type. I was really expecting something closer to a "B+" grade with a decent bore for having paid extra. I feel I received a low "C" grade rifle while paying for a high "B" grade. Fortunately, their customer service department is responsive and has offered me a solution. I will follow up with this review once the issues are resolved.

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