Sold For: $1,125
Model: No.4 Mk 2
Serial Number: PF332342
Year of Manufacture: 1954, C&R
Caliber: .303 British
Action Type: Bolt Action, Detachable Magazine
Markings: The partial import mark on the right side of the barrel reads “.303 U.K. / C.A.I. ST ALB VT”. The left side of the receiver is marked “No. 4 MK2 (F) / 12/54 PF332342″. The rear of the bolt handle is marked with the serial number, found again on the bottom of the magazine and the bottom-front of the forend. There are some scattered small inspection/proof marks.
Barrel Length: Approximately 25 Inches
Sights / Optics: The front sight is a bladed post set between two protective ears. The rear sight is an aperture sight when down. It flips up to become a sight ladder marked from “2-13”.
Stock Configuration & Condition: The stock set has a straight grip, metal nosecap, 2 barrel bands, 2 sling loops, and a brass buttplate with a hinged door for storage in the butt. The buttplate shows minor wear and appears to have been recently polished. The stock shows infrequent minor wear and spots of discoloration. The LOP measures 12 5/8 inches from the front of the trigger to the back of the buttplate. The stock rates in about Fine overall condition as refinished.
Type of Finish: Black
Finish Originality: Original
Bore Condition: The bore is bright and the rifling is sharp. There is no erosion in the bore.
Overall Condition: This rifle retains about 95% of its metal finish as refinished. There is scattered minor finish wear. The action shows minor operational wear. There are infrequent minor nicks and scuffs. The screw heads show little use. The markings are generally clear. Overall, this rifle is in about Fine condition.
Mechanics: The action functions correctly. We have not fired this rifle. As with all previously owned firearms, a thorough cleaning may be necessary to meet your maintenance standards.
Box, Paperwork & Accessories: The rifle comes with a 10 round magazine which shows minor wear, in about Fine condition.
Our Assessment: This Enfield No.4 Mk2 was made at the Fazakerley factory in England back in 1954. The black metal finish looks great set in the blonde wood. The bore is strong & bright and should make you smile every time you shoot it at the range. This Enfield even has matching part numbers. The Enfield No.4 Mk2 is considered to be the last bolt action rifle of the British Empire. This rifle would add nicely to any Military or Enfield collection. Good luck.
CA Legal or CA Private Party Transferable? (THIS SECTION DOES NOT APPLY TO OUT-OF-STATE RESIDENTS): This C&R rifle can be transferred in California. All C&R firearms must be transferred through your local dealer OR at our Simi Valley location; we cannot ship directly to a C&R holder in California. Out of state residents can disregard this section – your local laws apply.