Enfield Rifle

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I have a 1869 Lee Enfield rifle anyone know its value or the best place to evaluate?

I looked into this further and it is a Snider Enfield rifle Enfield 1869 which has just written about him and has become bra and also British stamp rather than India she

If it is 1869, not "Lee Enfield" Enfield is a place, the Royal Small Arms Factory (ARS) in Enfield, North London. British Weapons Army were designed and manufactured here for over a century and guns are called "Enfield" Although the name is not always correct. The Lee-Enfield was introduced in 1895 and saw service through World War II in the Mk3 model No. 1. After that, dropped the antiquated "Lee" designation. Thus, the n ° I 4 k 'Enfield' the reputation of the Second World War was not really a "Lee-Enfield "Or" SMLE. "Before the" era Lee-Enfield 'rifles, there was the "Snider-Enfield' (1853)" Martini-Henry (1871) the "Martini-Enfield" (1878) and Lee-Metford "(1888). I wonder how they identify the date and the gun, because there are some rare versions floating around and its value is significant, but again rather than some are very common and easily available now at prices very low. If Please email me if you can send photos and do my best to identify the gun. There are photos and articles about each of these rifles in Wikipedia.


WWI US 1917 REMINGTON MFG Bayonet Scabbard For Enfield Rifle ORIGINAL
WWI US 1917 REMINGTON MFG Bayonet Scabbard For Enfield Rifle ORIGINAL
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