Friday, July 1, 2022

Enfield No. 1 Mk. 3 BSA 1940 .303 Great Britain England SMLE Lee Enfield

 

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Enfield No. 1 Mk. 3 BSA 1940 .303 Great Britain England SMLE Lee Enfield

British Enfield No. 1 Mk. 3 made by Birmingham Small Arms in 1940. According to Ian Skennertons Lee Enfield book, 59071 No. 1 Mk. 3 rifles were built in 1940. At that time, the British lost most of their heavy equipment and a lot of small arms at Dunkirk. England was desperately short of rifles. Forty-two factories were building parts for Enfields during this time. They put together rifles with the parts they had. Not many were matching.

BSA started building No. 1 Mk. 3’s to equip troops as the new No. 4 Mk. 2 production ramped up. BSA continued to produce No. 1 Mk. 3’s until December of 1941.

This rifle was a produced in 1940 and is an example of these desperate times. The bolt does not match. This rifle comes with a sling and magazine cut off.










































Saturday, June 25, 2022

M-38 Mosin Nagant 1945 date Laminated Stock 7.62x54r Soviet Russian Izhevsk Rare Date Matching bolt

 Consignment Sale 

FFL Required 

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  All rifles need a good tear down and cleaning 

ALL BPBRS SALES ARE “AS IS”.

Shipping will be between 45 -55$ depending on your location.

Make MO out to Bill Brookover check the work order & or invoice for my contact information.

I don't shoot nor inspect these rifles past running a oiled patche in/out the bore and a wipe down.

Overall  this rifle is in nice condition-will make a great shooter-


Let mem know if a picture from another rifle shows up in any of my listings so I can make a correction. Thanks BPB

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M-38 Mosin Nagant 1945 date Laminated Stock 7.62x54r Soviet Russian Izhevsk Rare Date Matching bolt

This is an Izhevsk 1945 dated M-38 Carbine in 7.62 X 54R caliber. It is as close to 100% as you will find. No doubt that is was arsenal refinished by the Soviets but it is unfired since it was pulled out of the crate.

Research shows that it is estimated that only between 25,000 and 50,000 1945 dated M-38s were made. The Izhevsk arsenal was changing over to M-44 production and it is speculated that they just used up their remaining inventory of M-38 barrels. Over 3.4 million M-44’s were produced in 1945.

This rifle has a laminated M-44 stock. This is the correct stock for this rifle. At the time if its manufacture, no M-38 stocks were being made. The Soviets made no distinction between M-38 and M-44 stocks because a M-38 would fit in a M-44 stock.

The bolt and magazine floorplate are electro pencil matched on this Century Arms imported rifle. The butt stock plate does not match. The butt stock does have a toe splice. The rifle comes with a Soviet canvas sling and dog collars.

You don’t see any 1945 dated M-38’s. This is the only one I have had in my possession in over 25 years of collecting Mosin Nagants. Here is your chance to add a rare dated M-38 to your collection.

 

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