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Rifle ID?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Captain FU, Aug 23, 2010.

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  1. Captain FU

    Captain FU Member

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    Any ideas guys?

    Thank you

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  2. Jim Watson

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    Yes.

    It is probably a 1917 Enfield .30-06 but might be a 1914 Enfield .303. Hard to tell without looking at the markings or the bolt face.

    It has been minimally sporterized with the receiver sight and its protective "ears" removed and the action drilled and tapped for the old 3X Weaver scope. Looks like the military stock has been cut down. the handguard is certainly gone.

    It is a good solid gun but not worth a whole lot of money.
     
  3. cleardiddion

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    What Watson said.

    Around here these go for anywhere from 175-250 depending on a few variables.
    Nice hunting rifles but the collector values are shot.
     
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