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Enfield No 1 Mk 3 Cal. 303 - B GRADE

Enfield NO 1 MK 3 Cal. 303 - B GRADE


 
Our Price: $399.99

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Enfield No 1 MK 3 B Grade Rifles, Caliber .303 British

We have selected for our retail customers Enfield rifles which are might have minor cracks in the hand guard, forearm, and buttstock or a factory stock repair. The rifles are in overall fair to good condition. Rifles also might have some minor pitting and/or surface corrosion which can be removed using steel wool and oil. The bores range from poor to good. May be missing a small part such as a sling swivel, ejector or safety. These Enfields are great for a restoration project or can be cleaned up at used as is. This is your opportunity to get an Enfield rifle for under $400 dollars! We have years of manufacture from 1915 to 1943 available. Most rifles are British, but we also have Ishapore and Lithgow. The majority of these rifles are Mk3* configuration without a magazine cutoff, however there are some Mk3 in this batch. Please call us with any further questions. We sincerely appreciate your business.

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5 of 5 Excellent condition rifle/ bore December 17, 2022
Reviewer: Tristan McInturff from North Carolina  
I ordered one of these during the Black Friday sale not expecting a quality rifle for the price, but I was pleasantly surprised. I asked for a pre-1919 rifle with a good bore in the description, and they delivered! It may have just been luck, but I’d like to think that they kindly granted my wish. I recieved a 1918 dated BSA with an early 50s arsenal rebuild, with markings showing that it was an Air Force used rifle.  Likely Australian owned as well. The bore had some pretty thick rust, but after cleaning I got most of it out with only some light putting remaining. Highly recommend picking one of these up, as I will be in the future as well!

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5 of 5 Fantastic! December 6, 2022
Reviewer: Christopher Gruener from Batavia , IL United States  
Purchased these during the $299 Black Friday sale and I couldn’t be any happier. I was expecting missing parts, cracked wood, and a sewer pipe bore. What I received was a 1917 BSA, all parts present, and an excellent shiny bore! Of course the metal parts were wire wheeled in the white and the wood was ungodly dirty and beat up, but overall, excellent for the price!

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5 of 5 Another great rifle August 4, 2022
Reviewer: Rob from Michigan  
It only took 8 days from order to delivery and only $35 for shipping, best price anywhere. I purchased the “B” grade no1 mk3.  I don’t quite understand RTIs grading system but what showed up is in great shape with a near mint bore and excellent stock.  It’s an Ishapore but I’m not sure of the date.  It has F.R. 54 under the safety but no markings on the other side of the receiver .  I believe that F.R. Means factory refurbished, which is no problem at all because it’s in great shape, but I’m not sure. If it’s 54 it’s a little outside of the date ranges that they described but that’s no problem either.  Its way nicer than I expected. The only thing that could have been better is if it was an Enfield made during wwi.

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4 of 5 1953 RFI No1 Mk3* May 25, 2022
Reviewer: Matthew from Maine  
I purchased a B-grade rifle at random and was not disappointed with what I got. The Lee-Enfield that I got was what was expected: small crack in handguard and overall very dirty. There was still rifling in the barrel. Most of the finish was gone. My biggest gripe was the box magazine. Initially, I was clueless as to why it was stuck in the receiver. Come to find out, it was fitted with a No4 Mk1 magazine and not fully compatible with my rifle. Despite this, I was happy with what I got.

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4 of 5 1916 and 1917 BSA No1 Mk3*s March 15, 2022
Reviewer: Justin from Indiana  
Purchased two of these over the past year or so and paid for bore select on the first one. The first one was a 1916 BSA with a great bore. Non matching and I am currently in process of fitting new wood and duracoating the rifle. The second one I ordered is a all matching rifle but the bore needs to be replaced. Of course I didn’t pay for bore select and they were on sale for a good price so I lost out on the second rifle but the wood was decent with decent blueing. I plan to leave this one as is for now as a great piece. Not disappointed but if you want a shooter definitely go with the bore select.

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