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Deactivated SLR L2A1 automatic-rifle Lithgow made, early spec deactivation  **SOLD**
Deactivated SLR L2A1 automatic-rifle Lithgow made, early spec deactivation  **SOLD** Deactivated SLR L2A1 automatic-rifle Lithgow made, early spec deactivation  **SOLD** Deactivated SLR L2A1 automatic-rifle Lithgow made, early spec deactivation  **SOLD** Deactivated SLR L2A1 automatic-rifle Lithgow made, early spec deactivation  **SOLD**
 

Deactivated SLR L2A1 automatic-rifle Lithgow made, early spec deactivation **SOLD**


This is an Australian SLR L2A1 automatic rifle, a heavy barrelled variant of the L1A1, made at the Small Arms Factory- Lithgow where production ran from approximately 1962 till 1982. Intended to be used as a light automatic weapon in the same way as the Bren or BAR, it was never quite as successful when compared to these two weapons. Chambering the 7.62 x 51mm Nato round from a 30-round magazine, the L2A1 had a heavier barrel to cope with sustained fire, a unique bipod system that doubled as a handguard when not needed, and a large unmistakeable flash-hider. This particular example is a 1995 early spec deactivation, and will cock and dry fire and is fully strippable. The wooden furniture is in very good condition, with just the expected knocks of a front-line weapon, good blacked finish to the steel. A Lithgow weapon, identifiable by the serial number prefix of AD, it has matching serials to both upper an lower action halves, and bolt.  Comes with correct webbing sling and a couple of inert rounds to load into the magazine. Deactivated in the UK to UK specification with Proof-House certificate.

Our Price: £795.00


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: £795.00


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