The British are coming!


#1


#2

:uk::+1:

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#3

Nice. FYI sg had .303 at a good price.
Love my Pops. Very popular on Wounded Warrior day at our range.
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#4

VERY nice


#5

Very nice indeed. I wasn’t paying attention and miss getting an Enfield jungle carbine on GunBroker. Damn it


#6

Well dang it now you all made me want to bust out my 1944 No.1 MK 3. She was wrapped up from the move to GA.

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#7

Pretty old girl


#8

That is a bueaty brother :+1:


#9

Thank you gentlemen. I must admit though that your stocks are in better shape than mine.


#10

Hopefully the stock is worn from smashing nazi heads in :smiley:


#11

I’m sure it’s put down a few Japs to.


#12

Love that gun


#13

The stories our rifles could tell if we knew the history… :expressionless:


#14

I have a No. 4 Mk I* like your one on the left.

It’s a shooter . . . but unreadable as the headspace is horrific and the cases stretch badly. But it is reliable and a solid performer.


#15

what is the bolt head number?


#16

I absolutely love the SMLE rifle. It was my first high power cartridge rifle. Unfortunately mine is sporturized.


#17

Very nice! I don’t have a classic .303. Mine is a 1965 Ishy 2A in 7.62


#18

Not having to reload to avoid monster ammo costs is NICE!


#19

Now that is one of the better looking Ishapore’s I have seen. Good share! Even better ammo prices!
Edit: I grew up in Morrow county by the way. Go Bucks!


#20

Watch sgammo They had .303 at a good price point.
Oh yeah I stocked up.