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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-08-2012, 03:58 AM Thread Starter
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Any Lee Enfield fans here?

would you mind showing them off for me?

here is mine, It is a 1953 Fazakerley N04 Mk2

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-08-2012, 11:25 AM
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Re: Any Lee Enfield fans here?

Very nice I am a big fan I owned one back in the 60s, It was one of the ones sold out of a barrel in a department store, I think I paid about $20.00 for it then. Now you can’t touch one for less than $350.00. Still a great rifle and piece of history.
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Re: Any Lee Enfield fans here?

1948 no4mk1 made in the same place yours was

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Re: Any Lee Enfield fans here?

Very nice! i am a huge fan as well. my family has a huge English history so this rifle is very special to me. its a 1942 no4 mk2 the same place yours is. mine was issued for use in the royal navy. but never saw duty.
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Re: Any Lee Enfield fans here?

I also have a Fazakerly No.4 Mk1. Mine is either a 1947 or 1948, don't remember exactly. Some years ago I installed a "no Drill " scope mount and added a cheap 3x9 variable to it. Its a nice shooter.

I also own a Fazakerly No.5 Mk1, also post war but don't remember the year of manu. Missed a huge 10 point with it one opening day. Gun did its part, unfortunateley I didn't do mine and the deer walked or I should say Ran.....
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