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    help to identify this enfield 22 trainer

    Can anyone help to identify the markings on this rifle? Be happy to add info or pics if requested.
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    No2mk4 22 trainer

    Ftr 1954

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    BSA receiver undetirmined date as it has been linished off,

    G.R Cipher ~ Georgius Rex (King George V) 1911-1936,

    Looks to have the Weedon star on the under side of the wrist

    L - Long Butt as they came in 4 lengths I think, Bantam, Short, Medium (Normal?), Long (could be wrong there)

    I will see what the 76/GE & 38/GE turns up.
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    Could that partially linished original mfr date be 1917? Is the rifle built on a Mk3 or 3* receiver?

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    more pics

    Thank you for the comments gentlemen - a few additional pictures.
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    Make sure the butt stock bolt doesn't have the square section on the end, or you will have to remove the forend before you attach or remove the butt stock.
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    Mark III receiver, it seems to me.
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    So it is giove. Maybe the top of a 3 or a 5 then, the last digit of what is left of the original date......


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