Nearly 300,000 of the .577-cal. The SMLE is famed for its removable magazine, a rather novel design for a bolt-action rifle at the time. Title 18, U.S. Code, Section 921(a)(16) defines antique firearms as all guns made prior to 1899. The 36¼” round barrel has an octagon breech section. Stock has a repair on the left side behind the receiver/lock. "British No 1 Mark III .303 British (R27986), "Enfield No 4 Mark I .303 British (R27985), "Enfield No 1 Mark III .303 British (R27980). NOTE: International orders of antique firearms MUST be shipped using UPS WW Services (courier). Stock has a Sharps cartouche, and some age cracks. This is an unissued Enfield bolt action rifle chambered for the 303 British round. Original item: Only one Available.
Generally the lock plate will be stamped with a crown over "VR" and the year of manufacture in addition the the manufacturer's name or place. Forum, In Memory of Bill Goforth and Jim Ritchie, The Fire For Effect and Totally Politically Incorr, Outdoor Hub, LLC (d/b/a Carbon Media Group), 3290 W. Big Beaver Rd. The caliber matches what you gave too. This mistake is prevalent in the popular literature probably due to the misnomer being applied to a Parker Hale reproduction.. Bolt is matching.
Metal has brown patina.
No FFL, C&R or any license is required to possess, transport, sell or trade Antique guns. Looks unused with all the original parkerized finish. Tel. The V.R. The barrel is 39", 5 groove with ratchet rifling, Serial #10221 / 22991, .303 British, 30 1/4" barrel with a fine, bright bore that has some minor freckling within the grooves. It has some wea, This is an Ishapore/RFI SMLE gun in .410 Bore. | Snider-Enfield Pattern long rifle in .577 Snider. The rifle served well in combat around the world, including the second World War.
The mechanical function is very good crisp and tight. This Wilkinson rifle is basically a scaled down Patt 51 rifled musket in 0.530 bore. .303 brit, 25" barrel. This rifle is in exceptionally good condition considering it is a battle rifle made in 1943. SMLE SHORT MAGAZINE LEE-ENFIELD MK 1/2 SNIPER RIFLE DATED 1962. 3 chambered in .303 British. The trigger guard... Maynard 2nd Model Saddle Ring Carbine (AL5215). It was much liked for its maneuverability, and being designed for use with Minié ball bullets they could have a killing range of up to 500 yards.
By purchasing an antique gun from IMA you thereby release IMA, its employees and corporate officers from any and all liability associated with use of our Antique guns. Very scarce U.S. Springfield Model 1840 Flintlock Musket from the famed Western Cartridge Company collection. 4 Mk I version was manufactured and used during World War Two. Factory through repair marked No 1 Mark III SMLE, dated 1953. BRITISH R.F.I. I recently came across this 1860 Enfield Rifle, collector who passed away. Rare Whitney Flush Lock Model 1861 Type “Artillery” Rifle-Musket. By the way,get it checked out by a competent BP gunsmith if you really want to shoot it.Rolling your own cartridges would reduce the cost considerable.
The bore is good. For questions or accessibility help - please call (908) 903-1200. This is a “BSA Co." marked rifle, with stacked rifles logo on, "Confederate pattern 1853 Enfield by Barnett, London. I* Rifle by BSA Charger Loader, British Commercial Snider Mk. The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Be the first to know of our latest discoveries and exclusive offers. 4 Mk 1 rifle chambered in .303 British.
Here we present a Remington British Contract Pattern 14 Enfield Bolt, From a mid-west sale, a 1896 Enfield LE1, Lee Metford 303 cal.
Very scarce Whitney-Enfield type Civil War rifle.
However, the longer Pattern 1853 was more suitable for infantry units which fought in line formation of several ranks deep, in order to minimize the risk that the men in the rear ranks would accidentally shoot the men in the front ranks in the back of the head, or scorch their faces and burst their eardrums with the muzzle blast. The Enfield P53 was introduced to Indian troops under British rule in 1856. The stock and fore end are matching wood. Everything for sale on ima-usa.com is completely legal to own, trade, transport and sell within the United States of America. 30,421 were manufactured circa 1840 to 1843. sCOPE NUMBER 1754 appears stamped on the top of butt stock , mount numbered to the rifle. Unfortunately your revolver has been repaired on the trigger guard as well as the bottom area on the wood grip and there may be other repairs I’m not seeing.
Not really sure about most any of the markings on it.
The Snider Enfield is still a popular weapon with reenactors and military enthusiasts. Later in the war the same survey was taken, they found that more than 75% had attained a rifle and most being the Pattern 1853 Enfield. The Enfield rifle-musket was a contributing cause of the Indian rebellion of 1857. Receiver and hammer have original case colors in protected areas. IMA works diligently to be aware of these ever changing laws and obeys them accordingly. across its tail, indicating acceptance at the Tower Armory in 1861. Civil War Import Brazilian Light Minié Ball. Fax. The length of the barrels were unchanged, allowing the weapons to be fired by rank, since a long rifle was necessary to enable the muzzles of the second rank of soldiers to project beyond the faces of the men in front. The first rifle to bear the Enfield name, however, was the Enfield Rifle of 1853. The receiver has a crown V.R., looks like 2 flags and then 2 P again and WD E 42. The bore is in minty condition! Ishapore RFI 2A1 (.308 Winchester, Enfield, Indian Armed Forces) like SMLE.
All rifles and muskets sold by IMA that were manufactured prior to 1899 are considered Antiques by the US BATF (United States Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco & Firearms).
Mount marked JG, Scope in good cond, TOWER THREE BAND ENFIELD IN .58 CAL., WITH 39" BARREL. The Enfield 1853 Rifle-Musket was also used by both the North and the South in the American Civil War, and was the second most widely used infantry weapon in the war, surpassed only by the Springfield Model Please see our. Overall length is 49”. the words 1860 ENFIELD and then another crown with an arrow pointing downward through the crown. firstname.lastname@example.org, Monday thru Saturday: 9am - 8pm The Enfield 1853 rifle-musket was also used by both the North and the South in the American Civil War, and was the second most widely used infantry weapon in the war, surpassed only by the Springfield Model 1861 Rifled Musket. This is a 1907 dated rifle that has about 80–85% of an armory re-applied blue finish w, Serial #2690, .577 Snider, 36 1/2" barrel with a very good, bright bore that has some minor freckling along its length. Bolt is matching, magazine is non-matching. Very Scarce Whitney-Enfield Type Civil War Rifle (AL5154). Not eligible for payment with Paypal or Amazon. Bore has strong rifling with frosting. Here we present an antique Snider-Enfield Breech Loading R, Serial #CR2872, .303 British, 25" barrel with a very good bore that has minor freckling within the grooves. While they were intended for Brazil, one... U.S. Springfield Armory Joslyn Breech Loading Rifle (AL5156). Break open is a replacement. Sharps Model 1863 Carbine. 1 Mark III* 303 British Enfield, Lithgow 1941 ~ S.M.LE No. take a good look at all these marks , we have a VR ( queen victoria) a couple times and the arrow WD stamp so post 1910 , my guess this is colonial police rifle , issued a few times for frontier work over a number of years .. this weapons been around .. A forum community dedicated to all firearm owners and enthusiasts. Such guns manufactured with rifled barrels, muzzle loading, single shot, and utilizing the same firing mechanism, also came to be called rifle-muskets. Lock is “1864” dated and marked “US Bridesburg”. Stock has... Springfield U.S. Model 1884 Trapdoor .45-70 (AL5142). None, "British No 1 Mark III .303 British caliber rifle. Maynard 2nd Model saddle ring carbine. The 39” octagon .50 caliber barrel has a fine bore with strong rifling... U.S. Model 1861 .58 caliber rifle-musket. Bore has good strong rifling with some pitting. Stevens-Savage production with “S-51” stamp on underside of, SMLE No.1 Mark III* Enfield rifle Caliber 303 British Manufactured at the Lithgow factory in Australia Excellent condition Stock has been sanded but stamps are legible Matching numbers on receive, This is a bolt-action Lithgow 1941 S.M.LE No. The 30” round smooth bore.
The overall length is approx. Made from 24 guage brass shotgun shells. This is a “BSA Co." marked rifle, with “LRT" monogram on th, Enfield Sniper rifle, .303british, ROF Maltby MK1T 1941, NO.
sporterized magazine rifle.