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    I appreciate the reality check. I am not...

    I appreciate the reality check. I am not familiar with restocking the Lee Enfield which is why I took a Dremel tool to my replacement stock several weeks ago. I regret my impatience there. I have...
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    Thanks for the words of encouragement. I really...

    Thanks for the words of encouragement. I really enjoy tinkering on stuff like this, but I cringe at the thought of messing up a historic piece.

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    Salt Flat - Thanks for the reply. Yes, my barrel...

    Salt Flat - Thanks for the reply. Yes, my barrel is the original length. And yes, I have also found that the fore stock is the most difficult and expensive piece to acquire. Would be great if...
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    '42 BSA No4 Mk1 restoration project

    Hello,

    This is my first Lee Enfield and really my first "restoration" project. My son and I enjoy shooting and learning about old firearms, particularly WWII. This won't be a properly documented...
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    Sticky: New Lee Enfield No4 owner in Texas

    Hello From Dallas, Texas. I'm in the process of restoring a "sporter-ized" Lee Enfield No4 MkI to it's WWII configuration.

    This is my first Lee Enfield and I have a LOT of questions. Thanks to...
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