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Lee Speed/Lee Metford Enfield Fair to Good


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Our Price: $799.99

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Product Code: ENFIELD0004

Lee Speed/Lee Metford Rifles in Fair to Good Condition

C&R OR FFL required! Please send your FFL or C&R along with your order number to sbarry@rtifirearms.com.

We just received a new small shipment of Lee Speed/Lee Metford Rifles from Ethiopia. These rifles are in fair to good condition. Most of the rifles are Lee Speeds, we have also seen some CLLE converted rifles in the batch also. Most examples have the magazine cut-off lever. We do have some very rare examples for sale.

The rifles have dents, dings, scrapes, gouges, discoloration and possible small cracks in the stocks or hand guards. You can also expect anywhere from minimal bluing wear to a lot of bluing wear, and we have even seen some surface rust on a few. May have some minor pitting and/or worn markings. All guns will be missing the dust cover as shown in the photos above. The last few guns might have a very worn bore. May have some small parts missing such as some rear sight components or volley sight parts, etc. These guns are 130 years old and many have the imperial markings of Emperor Menilik. This is the last chance to get the Lee Speed rifle!

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  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
4 of 5 Very Happy September 29, 2021
Reviewer: Cairan B. from Texas  
Super happy when RTI got these in stock as they are pretty hard to find. I received a Lee-Speed but couldnt be happier. Like most guns from RTI, it comes pretty dirty but cleans up pretty well.  The magazine and receiver were pretty rusted on the inside but some museum decorrosifier did a great job on cleaning it up. The rifle is all in the white but I don't really mind that too much on rifles anyways, just a heads up for people that expect blueing.
Action still works well and no missing parts and still had the cleaning rod. Also has some Ethiopian markings which just had to the character of the rifle in my opinion. Once again, RTI remains one of my top places to get rare and hard to find pieced for my collection.

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