Once upon a time, I was given a piece of history, a Lee-Enfield rifle, I think. Historic sometimes rimes with rusty, it is one of those times. I oiled it today and could not help but notice the rust on the barrel, which is one thing, and the rust mixed with the oil coming out of it by the muzzle as I held it pointed to the floor. I have not yet put a brush into the thing, I want to buy a new one before I scrap the .30 caliber one I have by going in there. It seems to me this could be a candidate for rechambring. The action seems fine, which would have to be assesssed by a gunsmith down the road. Any suggestions? Also, I know many here are knowledgeable folks when it comes to older firearms, if you could help me identify the precise model I was given, it would be very helpful as I have to submit this information to my benevolent government for registration purposes. Please don’t judge me for this, I am simply trying my best to be a good law abiding citizen. Pictures will follow shortly. As usual, thank you for your help.