Re: .303 rifle identification
p.s. to previous.
I assume you also inherited some ammo for this rifle. If so, when loading the magazine make sure the rim of the top cartridge is ahead of the rim of the cartridge below it. If the top rim is behind the one below it the cartridge will jam on feeding. If you haven't done it already, but would like to remove the bolt - if only to experiment with cartridge placement, it's a very strightforward procedure. With the bolt in its rearmost position you'll notice a square spring loaded tab on the right side of the receiver. It sits right next to the bolt head. Move the bolt forward about 3/4", depress the tab, slide the bolt to the rear, rotate the bolt head to upright position, then slide the bolt out of the receiver. When replacing the bolt, rotate the bolt head so it depresses the spring loaded tab, and at the same time slide the bolt forward. That's all there is to it.