I love enfields but am afraid I don't know much about markings and such. every factory that made them did things a little differently so they are one of the hardest rifles to really be an expert on as they were made in England, Australia, India, Canada and even in the US. I own a fazakerly english enfield number 4 and a Savage made no4, the markings on them are like night and day I'm afraid. as long as it hasn't been hcked up with a handsaw and drilled and tapped for a scope mount then it should be alright, unless it's a T model sniper in which case it's worth about 10 times what he's asking... without pictures it's impossible to tell.
all guns lost in a tragic smelting accident.
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