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  1. General Military Arms & History Forum
    Hi, I have 2 rifles I need to clean and I’m an amateur. They need full cleanings and I want to learn. First one is an Arisaka Type 99 in 7.7 Jap Second one is a Lee Enfield SMLE Mark 3* in .303 British. I want a cleaning kit and anything else I need to clean out the bores so I can shoot them...
  2. Centerfire Pistols & Revolvers
    I have an enfield that has multiple proof marks in which I don't understand The crown on every part Behind cylinder FTR/53 the broadhead arrow with 4 K TOP OF BARRELL below crown is 40 and weird emblem
  3. The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum
    This is, from what I understand, a Lee Enfield SMLE Mark III * . It’s my understanding from research that this was possibly used in war and reissued to the Austrian police. The only thing I see wrong is the two pieces of wood missing to the sides of these rear site (I have one but it came off)...
  4. The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum
    Was looking for info/value on this Enfield Falling Block. Got 2 of these from an estate, and basically the same. The one in pics is marked Enfield 1890 and has a solid metal buttplate, the other is marked Enfield 1893 and has a trap door buttplate. These are not large bores, and appears to...
  5. The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum
    I just picked up this Carbine here in Afghanistan. Anyone know anything about them? I've done some research and have learned some cool things. This rifle is a legit British made rifle manufactured at the Braendlin Armoury. That factory seemed to specialize in making weapons for the volunteer...
  6. The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum
    This is the Enfield Martini-Henry I just bought for my dad. It is a Mark I and all of the inspector stamps match as well as the serial numbers on the receiver and the bore. The original roundel cannot be seen, but it was, at some point, restamped Arms-Nepal and shipped there to support the...
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