Lee Enfield Mk I rifle in .303 calibre. 1903 dated *** *** No 4 Mk I* rifle in .303 calibre. Choice example. Serial No. 98C8343. *** *** Thai Mauser Rifle. A choice example, complete with bolt cover. *** *** Australian SMLE No. 1 Mk III, Lithgow 1944. Nice example. *** *** SMLE No1 MK III* rifle in .303 calibre. BSA 1916 manufacture. Serial no J22778 *** ***
May 07, 2017 · Thousands of Lee-Enfields have been assembled out of parts bins with zero QC. And matching serial numbers guarantees nothing. "...LBs went all over the globe..." Yep. The 'LB' stands for Long Branch. Actually, Canadian Arsenals - Long Branch Plant. Long Branch is in what is now Mississauga, Ontario. Suburb of Toronto.
Jan 30, 2009 · Ans - Usually you will see a 4 digit serial code system on 99% of Jungle Carbines but there are instances of 3 letter codes and there will likely be 2 letter codes also. The main point here is that 4 is the biggest number you will see. If you have a rifle with a 5 digit serial number then you will likely have a No4 conversion and not a No5.
Aug 01, 1984 · Termed "Enfield" rifling because it was developed at the Royal Ordnance Factory at that site, it heralded the beginning of a firearms legend--the Lee-Enfield rifle. The first Lee-Enfield was approved on Novemeber 11, 1895, and the premier models, produced at Enfield, Sparkbrook, L.S.A., and B.S.A., made their appearance the following year.
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In this section you will find a selection of non F.A.C. spare parts for the Lee Enfield No.4 rifle. The majority of these spares will also be correct for other rifles in this series - the No.5 Jungle Carbine (but see seperate sub section for these), the 7.62mm NATO chambered L39A1 Target Rifle, L42A1 Sniper Rifle and the Enfield Envoy and Enforcer.
Nonetheless, it has also been pointed out by historians and collectors that the No. 5 Mk I must have had some fault not found with the No. 4 Lee–Enfield (from which the Jungle Carbine was derived), as the British military continued with manufacture and issue of the Lee–Enfield No. 4 Mk 2 rifle until 1957, before finally converting to the ...
No5 rifles (Jungle Carbines) serial numbers consisted of a sequential 4 digit number starting with 0001 running through to 9999, the numbers were preceded by a letter prefix. When the number sequence reached 9999 the next letter assigned to the factory would be substituted in place of the former.