LIncoln, RI, 2000. was very similar to the Remington Model 11, and those made in Belgium by FN. Scope Case C No. The J. Stevens Company was selected to manufacture the weapon. The Model 620A was retained for use after World War II (along with the Winchester Stevens Model 416-2 .22 caliber 8 Mk. During World War I, the Stevens The Savage-Stevens manufactured Enfield rifles can still be readily found, though locating an all matching example with all original Savage-Stevens parts can present a challenge. Some SMLE’s may be found with as little as a 3 digit number and high as a 5 digit number. An example would be: rifle serial number 52C2689 would be the 522,689th rifle produced by Savage Stevens. I – may have serial number of rifle, usually on a paper tag at one end, held in a metal frame. This is not to say that Enfield serial numbers provide no information or that they are not an interesting subject. The volume of serial number inquiries has prompted me to fashion this page together and try and explain how best to identify a particular rifles manufacturer. The tragedies and suffering of WWI was still fresh in their minds and most felt the United States had no business getting involved in another “European” war. Wooden transit chest No. As a result, some rifles had up to 3 or 4 scopes assigned to them during their years of service, as some served right into the 1970s. 14,800 .30 caliber Browning Machine Guns The first few thousand Enfield rifles made by Savage under the original British contract were not marked “U.S. U.S. Air Force crews operating in remote areas. All rights reserved The prefixes were assigned as follows: A, B, C, D, E, F, G, L, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T ,U, V, W, Y ,Y, Z, AA, AB, AC. The first Savage-Stevens contract was negotiated by the British Purchasing Committee on March 4, 1941, for 300,000 No.4 MK I rifles at a cost of $57.00 per unit. The 620A was also produced in "Trench gun" configuration with For official references, usually the finished and issued rifle was tracked by its rack number and of course these records have long since been destroyed or lost forever. Within a matter of weeks Poland was defeated. The U.S. issued rifles are marked with U.S. style eagle and ordnance bomb inspector Winchester manufactured the .303 P14 at their Connecticut plant. Savage 93C1493 Picked up this Savage at a bargain price of £100 (about US$160) at a local gunshop that basically caters for local farmers and 12 bore shotguns. Anything special I should look for? We have parts for all of the most popular models including the #1 Mark III, the #4 Mark I, and the #5 Jungle Carbine. arms are often overlooked. During the First World War, United States industry was called upon to assist in the manufacture of weapons for Great Britain. at Abbotsford Air Shows, Photos – Aircraft etc. Note the squared S for Savage and the US "flaming bomb" proof mark. Under the Lend Lease Act the United States was to take over all existing British contracts with U.S. manufacturers. Women On Target® Instructional Shooting Clinics, Volunteer At The Great American Outdoor Show, Marion P. Hammer Women Of Distinction Award, Women's Wildlife Management / Conservation Scholarship, National Youth Shooting Sports Ambassadors, NRA Outstanding Achievement Youth Award Presented by Brownells, National Youth Shooting Sports Cooperative Program, Gun Control & Socialism: A Message from Cuba, Trump Administration Grants Military Veterans Free Entrance at National Parks, Mastering the Handgun: A Tried-and-True Method. guns. Marksmanship Training Rifle Stevens The High Standard Company was also being considered to be brought on line for Enfield production. In 1946 they merged all operations at Chicopee Contract number DA-W-478-ORD-70 was assigned and expanded to 450,000 rifles. In 1864, Joshua Stevens moved to Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts A mismatched bolt drops the value considerably, and the headspace should be checked for safety reasons. The Enfield rifles also saw service, and were manufactured in many of Great Britain’s Commonwealth nations. An additional 206,475 Enfield No.4 MK I* rifles were procured from the Long Branch, Canadian facility to supply United States’ Lend Lease program. Property” markings were applied strictly to conform with the technicalities of the Lend-Lease Act. The No.5 “Jungle Carbine” was a lighter, shortened version of the Enfield rifle introduced in late 1944. (along with Horace Smith and Daniel Wesson, the later starters of Smith Models 97 and 12). As the United States entered WWI in 1917 they were facing a shortage of their US 1903 “Springfield” Rifle. "P". E-mail your comments/questions about this site to:EmediaRifleman@nrahq.org For questions/comments about American Rifleman magazine, please e-mail:Publications@nrahq.org You can contact the NRA via phone at: NRA Member Programs1-800-672-3888, To advertise on American Rifleman, visit nramediakit.com for more information. 750,000 produced 1917-1918. The sling is in great condition and has great markings. When Savage began building the rifles, the U.S.A. was not yet at war, therefore the rifles are marked with US PROPERTY and had an US Ordnance "flaming bomb" proof mark. issue to U.S. military forces, these rifles were made under U.S. contracts, Serial Numbers, Model, Mark and Manufacture Identification, Serial Number and Manufacturer Information Locations. No. These prefixes can be used to authenticate these rifles if found in a gun shop or personal collection. 14,527 confirmed purchases 1942-45. and bayonet adding extra weight to the barrel, so these were only made n short The WWII British No.4 MK I* evolved from a long line of Lee-Enfield rifles that were first adopted by the British Army in 1895. 4 MK I rifle was simplified for faster production. As well one occasionally finds regimental markings, shipping marking and later, NATO stores numbers. RCMP Musical Ride 2013-08-24 Langley, B.C. British No4 rifles were set up with a 5 digit serial number system with 1XXXX being allotted to Maltby, 2XXXX Fazakerley, 3XXXX BSA Shirley. Ames of the Ames sword making These specific letter prefixes were assigned to ROF Fazakerley and BSA Shirley, the only two manufacturers of the No5 rifle, this ensured that there would be no duplicate serials during the production run of No5’s. 2, Link to my page on “Shoot To Live” book 1945 Canadian Army, Link to my page on Sniping Observation Telescopes, Link to my page on the Telescope Scout Regiment Mk. to England while they were in dire financial straits, and unable to make the Ian Skennerton, The Lee Enfield Story, Pique, OH, 1993. Sadly when many of the surplus dealers sold them, they did not ensure that the matched scope/bracket/scope case sets went with the correct rifles. Made for U.S. Army, Remington was also approached by the British to manufacture the Enfield, but the U.S. Government wanted the Remington Company to manufacture the 1903 rifles for the U.S. Army. During WWII various models were Rifleman Q&A: What Is an M1 Carbine 'Rigger' Pouch? facilities were turned over to "New England Westinghouse" who produced about The basic markings do not change though. the bayonet lug and heat shield, and as a long barreled gun for training use. Only weeks after production began, the United States took over the contract under the U.S. Lend-Lease program.

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