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Thread: FS 303 Enfield No1 MkIII

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    Later model that incorporated production shortcuts. No magazine cutoff, longrange Volley sights, no windage on rear sight. Introduced 1915.

    Very minor surface rust, can easily be removed with 00000 steel wool and light oil. If I do it the price goes up proportionately. Bore is bright and shiny as a new dime, wood is all there with no cracks or splits.

    Blue book in 60% shows $195.00

    Rifle is in 70-75%. $200.00

    Trades will be seriously considered... Make an offer.. the worst that can happen is a No deal.


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    Trigger Dr wrote:
    NO pictures.
    Hmmmm . . . well, that will help sell it quickly for sure . . . . . :?

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    Man this is sooooo tempting. Too bad I'm flat broke.

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    Bump

    Picture and info added.

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    Manufacturer? Markings? Year of production?

    I'm not necessarily interested, but as an Enfield collector those would be the first questions I'd ask.


    ETA: I can see that it's been "Ishapore screwed", but that doesn't necessarily mean it's Ishy in origin, only that it may have been FTR'd there.

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    Come to the WAC show on the 14th and look it up for your self.



    KBCraig wrote:
    Manufacturer? Markings? Year of production?

    I'm not necessarily interested, but as an Enfield collector those would be the first questions I'd ask.


    ETA: I can see that it's been "Ishapore screwed", but that doesn't necessarily mean it's Ishy in origin, only that it may have been FTR'd there.

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    Trigger Dr wrote:
    Come to the WAC show on the 14th and look it up for your self.
    That's a bit out of my travels. As I said, I'm not necessarily interested; I was trying to elicit the vital information in case someone else was interested.

    Interested approach to salesmanship you have there.

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