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Enfield P14 rifle for christmas

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    Heres some pics of a p14 222*** with parker hale 5b target sight,it will more than likely have the sight taken of as i have a flip up sight to go on it to return it to army spec,it will need a bit of wood repair and volley sight base is still there so not a bad item to fill a space in the collection,Colin.Click image for larger version. 

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    If it has been there and done that then was upgraded to shoot competition , I would keep it as is. i have a ERA P14 that has been sporterized and it shoots clover leafs at 100 yrds. I heard that the ParkerHale sighted versions are just as accurate if not more, I would just enjoy it as is. Like you mentioned its a filler/place holder until you get what would fill that void with.
    just my 2 centavos on the subject.
    Semper Fi
    Phil

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    A nice looking Winchester so you now need a Remington and ERA to finish the trio, or go for the Quartet and get a 1917 too.

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    Quote by m3bobby View Post
    A nice looking Winchester so you now need a Remington and ERA to finish the trio, or go for the Quartet and get a 1917 too.
    So is that what the IW cartouche on the buttstock is. Winchester?

    SF
    Phil

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    Yes, Winchester 1, if I remember correctly you will see 1E on Eddystone guns and 1R on Remington guns as the 3 manufacturers items weren't completely interchangeable and as this was known, they were marked as such. For this reason the rifles were substitute standard. I believe tolerances and interchangeability improved on later guns and during the Weedon upgrades to Mk1*, many of these parts were modified and mixed between guns.

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    nice rifle.nice to see your avatar Mr W.H.

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    Quote by harryamb2 View Post
    nice rifle.nice to see your avatar Mr W.H.
    Yes a tribute to william hartnell and all the fine actors gone by.
    Az Phil,im afraaid its deactivated so in the world of my collection as a wall hanger it sits as an alteration to a great war gun that i assume didnt happen in its military career,unless you can persuade me otherwise that is.........

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    Cool looking rifle!....
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.



    I'm Spartacus, not really i'm Paul!...

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ID:	782268You have any plans for that rear sight ?. I love my Patt'14 . I have had it for 30 years and it will outshoot any military rifle I have and had.

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