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Lee enfield MK-III 1917

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    Your No.4 has probably been in Indian service, they still used the butt disks on no.4s does it have a Ishy Screw.

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    Quote by WW2Hunter View Post
    Hey 4md,
    The makers mark is SSA and is on the leftside of the bolt.
    Also the #'s are a match on the bolt, nosecap and barrel.
    The wardepartment arrow is also marked on the sling buckles and there is a III marked on the safety.
    Gonna get the bayonet for it this weekend with a box of deac .303's and one clip, all from the great war.

    Cheers and thankyou guys for the info,
    Steven
    nice, - SSA(standard small arms) and NRF rifles are not as common as other no1 mk111's, iv never seen one before thanks for posting it up
    skennertons buyers guide book says there was only 250,000 made.
    in comparison enfield made 1,985,000, and bsa&co made 2,000,000

    regards Paul

    although i think SSA manufactured the rifles and RSAF Enfield assembled them

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