Everyone loves a bit of slick .303 action. But what are the pitfalls specific to buying a Lee-Enfield No.4 that are unique to this particular rifle? What are the options, and what should you look out for to avoid getting a dud?
UPDATE: The idiot Producer accidentally created a thumbnail with a Enfield No.1 not a No.4. He has corrected it.
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