Lee Enfield No.4 Mark 2, 303 British calibre. Fazakerly manufacture in December 1949.More...
Has been through FTR, arsenal repair to heel of butt stock, bolt number does not match.
5 groove barrel is very good, sharp rifling, tight muzzle. Complete with Mark 1 machined rear sight.
$695.00Swiss Schmidt Rubin Model 1889, 7.5 Swiss calibre. All matching numbers. A name and address has been lightly impressed into the wood on left side of stock below receiver as evident in photos, easily removed with iron and moist cloth. Wood, metal and bore are all very good +. Complete with original muzzle protector.More...$495.00M1 Garand Navy Trophy Rifle - Mk2 Mod 1 7.62 NATO calibre. These rifles were rebuilt for a US Navy contract in the mid 60's by H&R & AMF (American Machine & Foundry) using Springfield manufactured barrels in 7.62 NATO (not a chamber insert). Factory glass bedded during the rebuild. Wood, metal & bore are excellent. Trigger shoe installed and trigger pull is excellent. This rare model is known to be extremely accurate. Complete with US 2 piece leather sling, US 1907 Pattern.More...$4,495.00British 7.62 NATO Target Rifle. Source from the Civilian Marksmanship Program. An obvious copy of the then current L39A1. Fulton Regulated, 7.62 NATO calibre, converted form a Fazakerly No.4 Mk.1/2 dated 1952. 26 1/2" heavy target barrel. Bolt is not numbered. PH5E target rear sight with multi-aperture eyepiece. John Wilkes Precision front Globe sight. Original Enfield manufactured 7.62 magazine. Bore is very good plus condition. Metal and wood are also very good plus and well cared for. Complete with target sling swivel. Proof house marked for export.More...
NR4549 Martini Henry .22 LR TrainerMartini Henry .22 LR Trainer. Original markings have been removed from receiver except for the "V.R." Probably converted by the Gun Trade in England as the barrel has the "Release for Sale " stamp. Barrel is 25 1/4 " and has been sleeved with the 22 tube. Original rear sight has graduations on left side for 50, 100 & 200 yds. Bore is very good, shiny with very good riflingMore...
An interesting 22 conversion.
$595.00Lee Metford Mk.1 Carbine Sporter, 303 British calibre. Converted from Canadian issued Lee Metford Carbine dated 1895. Original barrel length. Rifle serial # is 5915A, bolt number is 5736A. Magazine customized to flush mounted 4 rounds. Original sights, dust cover, and "D" ring.Butt retains original cartouche and Canadian stampings.More...$995.00US M1 Carbine, Inland manufacture, barrel dated 3 – 43. Augusta Arsenal rebuild cartouche on left side of stock. Wood has usual bruises and dings, but no cracks or chips. This rifle is part of a lot we suspect is out of Southeast Asia so it has seen considerable time in the field and is supplied with storage grease in the bore and action. Sold for collection. If you intend to shoot this rifle it will require extensive cleaning and have it checked by a gusmith. Bore is very good, shiny, good rifling, tight muzzle. Restricted rifle. Original post war 15 round GI mag converted to 5 rounds.More...$795.00