I've had this MA LITHGOW S.M.L.E III 1940 for a few years now.
The stock is a light colour.
It has NZ with an arrow in the middle stamped on it and a crown with two crossed
flags under it.It also has an "A" within a star shape stamped on it.
Does anyone know where it was made?
Why is the stock a light colour? Almost sand colour. For North Africa???
And why is there a gold coloured coin in the butt???? King George the sixth.
Is it a rare rifle??? Worth???
It's numbers all match, bolt, rifle.Mint condition.