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    Thumbs up My No1 Mk111* Lithgow Enfield video.

    Hi folks,

    Here is a video I made of my 1920 Lee Enfield. I hope you enjoy the video please fell free to leave comments, criticism, suggestions or requests. On a side note I am looking for a stockset for the rifle so if you know of one or have one for sale send me a msg / or leave a comment in the video.

    Have a great day.





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    Mate, for starters...the first part, a cocked rifle is to be treated as being loaded! Never handle a firearm with the action cocked unless you are pointing it downrange and in a position to fire it.


    Other than that, it's great to see a young bloke out appreciating the old Lee Enfields. I enjoyed your enthusiasm, keep it up!

    Cheers,
    Brad.

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    Why can't I get the video?

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