My 1916 Lee-Enfield No.1 MKIII*

My 1916 Lee-Enfield No.1 MKIII*

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2 years 5 weeks ago, 5:58 PM

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wow

still shoot?

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2 years 5 weeks ago, 9:23 PM

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I shoot this

More than any other gun in my collection lol!

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2 years 5 weeks ago, 4:28 PM

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1944 No.4 MKI and what looks to be a T if so its a sniper. Needs cleaning as its caked in grease. My buddy drew the short straw so he is doing it haha!!!

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2 years 5 weeks ago, 5:17 PM

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wow lol

nice but cleaning it is also fun let him shoot it first lol.................................

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