No End to Enfield Rifles
Kennesaw , GA –-(AmmoLand.com)- One could quite easily fill a small room with different variations of the British Lee-Enfield rifle.
With the earliest versions produced in the late 1800 and many still used in former Crown Colonies, the Lee-Enfield carries more history than most modern military rifles.
Having seen action in both World Wars and various small conflicts around the world, the Enfield can be the basis for a serious collection.
To get one of each model or variation would mean you’d be collecting upward of 50 rifles.
The Standard Catalog of Military Firearms lists all the differences and even adds production numbers so you can find out the relative rarity of the gun that catches your fancy.
The best way to start your collection is to log on to www.GunBroker.com and simply search for Lee-Enfield.
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