The MkIV was approved for Land Service in 1921 and is
a conversion from the SMLE Mk III & III*.
The magazine was added in May 1925 with the spring &
The bolt has an off centre floating firing pin & larger extractor claw. There were circa 25,000 converted at Enfield.
This particular rifle has matching serial numbers on the
action & bolt.
Fitted with early style fore-end with the swelling for
the volley sight, the woodwork is in very good condition & the metal
The rear sight fitted is windage adjustable. The butt fitted is slightly shorter than standard by approximately 12mm, unusually not marked to indicate this
.22 Lee Enfield’s are become scarce &
hard to obtain due to the re-assurgance of