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    lee enfield no1 MKIII * restoration




    I just wanted to show off my 1916 no1 MK III * I just got it all done. I found some new CNC wood that had to be hand fitted. with help from you fellows I found "Brian Dickicon" here in SC he put on a new old stock Indian barrel for me that I bought from sarco. I found the rifle in a pawn shop in a plastic stock and missing parts including a safety. I found all my parts at BRP corp in GA, the gun shoots very good just about 4in high at 100 yds. with my handload. I need to find a taller front sight. it is shown beside my 1954 no4 mk2 faz. I restored a while back with new old stock walnut wood and a fresh paint job. anyway thanks for setting me up with Brian Dick he is the man,,,,,,,,,,,

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    I like the last pic best, shows the grain best. Nice...
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    Well done that man!

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    Olskool, Nice job (it always seems to take longer than than you plan for but is very satisfying when your done). I also used BRP parts for a No4 MkI that I restored. Thanks for posting the clear pictures also. Salt Flatl

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