What to look out for when buying a Lee-Enfield No.4

Mike B
by Mike B

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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Mike B
Mike B

Mike was lucky enough to go to a school with a 25 yard smallbore range, only 25 minutes from the centre of British shooting at Bisley, and had a firearms certificate before he had a driver's license. Moving to a more gun-friendly country has allowed him to service his milsurp habit. He lives up in the mountains in Switzerland and vlogs at YouTube as Bloke on the Range. He can be reached at mike@tfb.tv.

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  • Kevin Craig Kevin Craig on Jun 09, 2017

    Reasons to reject a video: drones on and on and on for 15 minutes, when the critical information could be shared in three minutes or less.

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    • Jonathan Ferguson Jonathan Ferguson on Jun 09, 2017

      @ Hardly applies in this case, clearly Mike is both intelligent and articulate. I for one enjoy his videos.

  • .45 .45 on Jun 09, 2017

    I learned stuff. This is good.

    Anyway, I have a No 4 and should try the stock test. It sometimes doesn't like to feed a cartridge, I wonder if the mismatched magazine is to blame...