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Deactivated Enfield P14 rifle Eddystone made, matching bolt serial number  **SOLD**
Deactivated Enfield P14 rifle Eddystone made, matching bolt serial number  **SOLD** Deactivated Enfield P14 rifle Eddystone made, matching bolt serial number  **SOLD** Deactivated Enfield P14 rifle Eddystone made, matching bolt serial number  **SOLD** Deactivated Enfield P14 rifle Eddystone made, matching bolt serial number  **SOLD**
 

Deactivated Enfield P14 rifle Eddystone made, matching bolt serial number **SOLD**


This is an early WW1 .303 calibre Enfield Pattern 14 rifle, marked ERA on the receiver for Eddystone, a subsidiary or Remington, and known more simply as the P14. A service rifle used during WW1 and issued to the Home Guard in WW2, it was declared obsolete in 1947. These rifles were also popular for sniper use due to their greater accuracy than the SMLE. Typical of  these rifles, the volley sights have been partially removed, as has the brass disc, being replaced with a wooden plug. This was a process carried out before WW2, as part of their refurbishment for second line duty. Lovely authentic woodwork on this rifle, with just minor knocks you'd expect from a service rifle that's nearly 100 years old!  Good original blacked finish on the steel makes this a lovely authentic piece of history, and more important, matching serial number to the bolt.  Marked DP (Drill Purpose) in various places show this rifle was used for the drilling of recruits, so its service life was extended after it was too worn out for service. A lot of history to this rifle! Cocks and dry fires, and is fully strippable, and fitted with original webbing  sling, with signs of red dye, possibly from HG use. Deactivated in the UK with Certificate to UK specification. 

Our Price £425.00

All deactivated weapons sold by Jaybe Militaria are deactivated in the United Kingdom and hold a London or Birmingham proof mark and certificate stating that the weapon has been deactivated correctly and is legal within the U.K.



Our Price: £425.00

 

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