How much is a WW2 Lee-Enfield worth?
Recently Sold ENFIELD LEE ENFIELD MARK I rifle
|$611.10||.303 BRITISH MK 1 WW2-COLD WAR LEE-ENFIELD NO.4 MK.1* 303 RIFLE FTR MATCHING BOLT! 25 INCH ” BARREL West End, NC 27376||Used|
|$490.00||.303 BRITISH NO RESERVE LEE ENFIELD NO4MK1.303 BRIT $1 START ORIGINAL SLING! 24 INCH ” BARREL Summerville, SC 29483||Used|
How much are Lee-Enfield rifles worth?
Recently Sold ENFIELD 303 rifle
|$1,500.00||.303 BRITISH UNISSUED LEE ENFIELD, NO4 MK2 303 25 INCH ” BARREL Panama City, FL 32404-2001||New Old Stock|
|$1,625.00||.303 BRITISH UNISSUED RAF CONTRACT LEE-ENFIELD NO.4 MK.2 303 FAZAKERLEY 1955 SEP-05-C&R 25 INCH ” BARREL Fairfax, VA 22032||New Old Stock|
What is a Lee-Enfield Long Branch?
The Lee–Enfield is a bolt-action, magazine-fed repeating rifle that served as the main firearm used by the military forces of the British Empire and Commonwealth during the first half of the 20th century. It was the British Army’s standard rifle from its official adoption in 1895 until 1957.
What was the caliber of the Lee Enfield Long Branch rifle?
Caliber/Gauge: .303 1943 dated Long Branch 303 caliber rifle. This piece is matching and shows a bright excellent bore. The top of the breech double struck C broad arrow surplus marks. Bolt head is #3. This piece shows Canadian and Long Branch marks on the front band and sight guard.
What kind of paint did the No.67 Enfield use?
The No.67 (No.32 Mk.4) scope was finished with a khaki silica paint. 1. Using deductive reasoning, it appears that the rifle in this Knowledge Library example is 1 of 4 that were built.
What kind of wood is Long Branch No 4?
This piece is matching and shows a bright excellent bore. The top of the breech double struck C broad arrow surplus marks. Bolt head is #3. This piece shows Canadian and Long Branch marks on the front band and sight guard. A complete and all original example of a Long Branch No 4 from 1943. The wood is Canadian walnut.
What was the year of the Skennerton Long Branch rifle?
Several rifles have shown up in the listings (0L9595, 1L3851, 1L9585) with ’41 receivers & ’42 barrels.) I suppose since these were not completed until ’42, they are technically 1942 production — IOW should these be counted as 1942 rifles? – there is a conflict in the 1941 production data between Skennerton (7,589) and Stratton (over 10,000).