Serial No PF335096
The No4 Mk2 was approved in January 1949 and deliveries
of completed rifles commenced in July 1949 and were only manufactured
at the Fazakerley Royal Ordnance Factory in Liverpool. Manufacture ceased
There were approximately 450,000 newly made No4 Mk2s manufactured at Fazakerley.
The main deference between the Mk1/Mk1* & the Mk2 is that the trigger
is mounted on the action body, where previously the trigger was mounted
on the trigger guard. This was to overcome problems with trigger pull.
The Mk2 has a transverse screw through the rear of the forend where as
the Mk1 has a tie plate. The woodwork on these was beech.
This rifle was manufactured in 1954 & retains most
of the original Suncorite finish.
The original Mk1 (Singer) sight is still present. The action, bolt &
fore-end have matching serial numbers.
It is stocked in beech which is in excellent condition.
The fore-end has the matching serial number stamped on it.
The butt is standard length and has the brass butt plate.
The trigger has the correct 2-stage pull. The bore is in very good condition
and has the standard 5 groove rifling.