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    Enfield 30-06 synthetic stock question

    I purchased a old Enfield that has a busted butt stock. Came with a synthetic stock. I seem to be missing a piece that goes around the front part of stock to hold barrel in place... What is it called? Anyone know where to purchase ? I'm trying to find a way to post a picture.
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    I was completely mistaken , hadn't had rifle but a few hours. This is a ishapore 7.62 rfi Enfield version. Any how, it had the wooden handguard above barrel originally, but the synthetic does not.

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    You'll be wanting the barrel band (inner) . It has a small retaining screw and spring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiwi View Post
    the barrel band (inner)
    It's no longer required though.
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    Thanks guys! In you expert opinions Is it completely safe to shoot without the inner band? It's only used for hunting, not continuous firing.

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    It's fine, if you look at most sporters you'll see the rings is removed anyway. It has the two action screws, most sporter rifles only use those two action screws.
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    I like your armourers tool box with all the spanners and what not's to keep the old enfield going!!!!


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