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Lee Enfield SMLE MkIII

Article about: I have been offered a WW1 British Smle mk 111 deactivated however the owner has lost the deactivation certificate. I have yet to see the rifle but on the basis of it being from a reasonably

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    Default Re: Lee Enfield SMLE MkIII

    Bearing in mind he was a company sniper in Northern Ireland, Malaysia and Brunai you would have thought so however it would appear he was not as hot on his Lee Enfield variations as some here

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    That was a bit of a let down. I would say a No.4 and bayonet would be worth around 200 now? They have gone up a lot in recent years.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Thanks Ade,

    Was a bit of a shock when i saw it.

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