There were around 767 manufactured by Enfield, not all were assembled.
Police forces purchased Enforcers depending on their budgets
at the time; some purchased complete kits including target sights &
A few original Enforcers were surplused in the late 1990s
the rest approximately 50% were destroyed by the individual Police Forces.
The Enforcer Sniper rifles are rarer than No4Ts & L42A1s rifles because of the small quantities manufactured (767) and around 50% were destroyed.
Comments on this Enfield Enforcer
This Rifle was used by Gil Boyd BEM who set up the Cambs Firearms Department.
Gil is still the current owner, and has included a signed statement with the rifle on its History, he also set up their underwater team.
The 2nd Battalion The Parachute Regiment then Regimental Sergeant Major, 164 Provost Company Royal Military Police and ARRC (V) JHQ Rheindallen.
Cambridgeshire Police Principal Technical Officer, Technical Support Unit
He set up the Airbourne Museum at Duxford, and wrote several books including, Snipers Down South in the Falklands.
The Anti Slip was completed by Colin Moon - Special Request by Cambs Police
Colin Moon was also a Sub-Contractor to the Royal Small Arms Factory Enfield
The left side of the action has suffered a little bit of corrosion, but has had the rust removed & original suncorite finish applied again.
There is a bit of a oil stain on the butt, casued by gun
oil running back from the barrel & action.
Also has the original range test sheet