GUN .303 British Rifle Info?

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  1. westside

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    Hey, I'm new to OT and I used to hunt with my dad. He let me use his .303 British Rifle. I remember him saying that it was a old sniper rifle that was made for some war in the past. Anyways, I'm look for info on it. Can anyone help?
     
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  3. westside

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    Cool...thanks for the links. I thought it might have been an enfield but I wasn't sure. I'm going to visit him for christmas, so I'll take some pics of it and post for OT.
     
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    My Enfield No.4 Mk1. Great gun. Most of these rifles are really accurate for being WWII surplus.
     
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    [​IMG]heres my enfield dated 1942. its a great rifle but the ammo is hard to find sometimes.
     
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    There pretty good shooting rifles, I dont shoot mine all that often still have a few hundred rounds of 303 didnt know it was drying up or I would of stocked up more local shop use to always a bunch of it. Their closed down now though :wtc:
     

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