Serial No PF5326
This rifle was manufactured in January 1948 and was the
last Mk1's manufactured, within a few of Months the No4 Mk2 would have
beein in production.
The original Mk1 (Singer) sight is still present. The
action, bolt & magazine have matching serial numbers.
This example has been fully regulated by Fultons of Bisley,
this would of been of the time when the No4 was the main target rifle
used at Bisley.
Regulating consisted of cutting away all the bearing surfaces in
the fore-end and inserting new hard wood inserts and rebedding. The standard
muzzle end bearing was removed
and a new centre bedding was inletted which meant the last 12" of
barrel was free floating.
At the time there was two classes of Service Rifle which was Service Rifle
A & Service Rifle B. "A" was standard military set up &
were rifles with improved & modified bedding arrangements
Regulated Enfields could only be shot in the Service Rifle B catergory
The action has "Sold out of Service" stamps and is also marked
Regulated by Fulton
The head spacing has been checked & verified
Excellent Bore - Gauging at 0.303"