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    Default British (lee enfield) 22 caliber rifles

    someone, anyone out there who knows----

    is there a lee-enfield 22 single shot military training rifle of similar quality as the walther mauser 22 ?

    ozark hillbilly

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    These are some No2's of mine.

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    JB:
    Beautiful collection of MK IV's.

    JOHNC

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    Thanks. I bought about eight of these from the same fellow several years ago.

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    JB

    recently you posted some pics of brit no 2's in response to my inquiry about a brit training rifle in 22 caliber similar to the german mauser or walther kkw. are the brits in your photo in 22 caliber? where would one go to find some or one for sale?

    thx.
    ozark hillbilly

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    .22 short rifle Mk1
    .22 short rifle MkII
    .22 long rifle Mk1
    .22 Long rifle Mk1*
    .22 Long rifle MkII
    .22 Long rifle MkIII
    .22 RF Pattern 1914 Short rifle No,1
    .22 RF Pattern 1913 Short rifle No2
    .22 Pattern 1914 Long rifle
    .22 RF Short Rifle Pattern 1918
    .22 short rifle MkIV (Rifle No2 MkIV
    .22 No5 Trials rifle
    .22 Rifle No.7 Mk1 (Long Branch)single shot
    .22 Rifle No.7Mk1
    .22 rifle No.8Mk1
    .22 Rifle No.9 Mk1

    So yes, i guess there are some British rifles similar to the mouser kkw

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    Ozark, Lee Enfield trainers are obtainable in many places, they are not that rarer, Gunbroker is a good auction sit-Good luck
    I am an international Gunboards patron

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozark hillbilly View Post
    JB

    recently you posted some pics of brit no 2's in response to my inquiry about a brit training rifle in 22 caliber similar to the german mauser or walther kkw. are the brits in your photo in 22 caliber? where would one go to find some or one for sale?

    thx.
    ozark hillbilly
    Yes, all the ones in my photos are 22LR. I agree that Gunbroker is probably your best best. I sold several there myself.

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    Gun shows sometimes yield good results too. I saw 2 at local NE Illinois gun shows in the past month.

    Pricing was between $400 and $450.

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    Lightbulb Brit .22 Training Rifles

    And don't forget the BSA .22 trainers, in fact pre-dating even the SMLE conversions...
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