Just Arrived, Deactivated WWII Lend Lease Lee Enfield No4 MKI*

Just Arrived, Deactivated WWII Lend Lease Lee Enfield No4 MKI*

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This is a great condition, first year of production,  WWII US "Lead Lease" Lee Enfield No4 MKI* .303 Rifle. dated 1942. Only produced during WWII for the British Government, it was manufactured by US firm Savage under the "lend lease" agreement to help arm Allied & Common Wealth forces during the war. 1942 was the first year that Savage starting making the No4. This rifle would have been shipped to help arm British and Common Wealth forces during the Allied invasion of Nazi occupied Europe. Many of these vital firearms failing to make it to Europe due to the heavy loses inflicted on merchant shipping by German U-boats. Thankfully this example made it.

The stamp on top of the receiver is the property stamp of the "Union of South Africa". As part of the British Empire and Common Wealth, this rifle was supplied to South Africian forces to fight against Rommel and his Afrika Korps.

It has lovely wood work and comes fitted with a British canvas sling.

Deactivated to current specifications with moving bolt and removable magazine. This rifle can still be fully dismantled with the exception of the bolt.

This item is available for purchase and is currently at the proof house being certificated.

To order Call 01547 529093 or 05603 416575 or email sales@deactivated-guns.co.uk.

Product Code: 42S75