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My first restore, Lee Enfield no4 mk1 mixed parts

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing & Repairs' started by Reed4ammo, Mar 27, 2021.

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    The ejector screw threads into the hole on the left side of the receiver, near the receiver bridge.
     
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    Yea I better order that part then, wonder why it's missing, I didn't have a round or snap cap to test the function of the rifle but everything seems smooth
     
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    Man... what would we do without the internet...
     
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    Awesome restoration! Very nicely done Sir!

    "Watch your six, count your rounds, and keep your powder dry."
     
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    Great job. Restoration of milsurps is a great hobby.
     
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    Thanks gents! I am excited to start my next restore project, my dad's old crusty JC Higgins 16 gauge bolt action shotgun. It's a real ugly duckling and starting to show signs of pitting.

    This time I'm sticking with the bluing, no more spray bs... I'm going to try the brownells oxpho-blue creme because I have seen some great reviews. Pics to come soon!
     

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