Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by mio, Sep 18, 2010.
Identifying an Enfield is easy. Look on the butt stock socket on the right side, and list the numbers and letters. It can then be positivly ID'ed with the manufacturer plant (BSA, LSA, etc.) Your 1918 (probably a BSA, as they were the most common) is probably typical, and $240 is a good deal these days.
The maker is listed on the buttsocket---just lift up the bolt handle and read what it says---
A BSA made rifle.
A late Dispersal rifle.
An Ishapore from 1963.
Always a lot of information on these rifles, reading them is half the fun of collecting them.
Separate names with a comma.