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Scope mount for an Enfield

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by jeeptim, Dec 2, 2012.

  1. jeeptim

    jeeptim Well-Known Member

    Hey Hi roaders
    Here's my story have an Enfield that was converted to a J/C by Santa Fe arms
    And I really like it but cant hit an outhouse from the inside. I try'ed all kinds of irons with not much luck. I have a few scopes kicking around and just need a mount of some sort any ideas?
  2. squarepants33889

    squarepants33889 Well-Known Member

    I started thread a couple weeks ago called "1926 ShtLE Lee Enfield" The pictures are not spectacular, but you might be able to see the weaver style "bridge" that holds the scope. It requires drilling three holes in the receiver, but it seems solid.
    It can't be too hard. I suspect the owner previous to me did it himself. With the bridge installed, it is as simple as mounting any other scope.[​IMG][/IMG]
  3. squarepants33889

    squarepants33889 Well-Known Member

    [​IMG]another angle

    351 WINCHESTER Well-Known Member

    S & K makes no drill rock solid mounts for the lee enfields. You may have a no. 4 or a no. 3. They use standard weaver rings. These are steel mounts.
  5. gunnutery

    gunnutery Well-Known Member

  6. 303tom

    303tom member

  7. brow_tines

    brow_tines Well-Known Member

    I think I might have a B-Square mount that came off a Lee Enfield that attaches to part of the rear sight that requires no drilling.
  8. jeeptim

    jeeptim Well-Known Member

    Good stuff nice pix I mentioned the J/C I also have a sporterized 1 mk 3 with the ever hard to find #3 bolt head so going to scope the J/C found a scope mount on G/B I know but where else can I find one before i order someone mentioned they may have an extra.
    Again thanx for all the info.
  9. madcratebuilder

    madcratebuilder Well-Known Member

    Check evil bay for the S&K scope mount, you may save a few bucks. The No4 and No1 rifles uses different mounts.

    The old Weaver steel tube K2.5 make the No4 look much like the No4(T) sniper rifle.

    No4 with K2.5


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