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Obsolete calibre Martini-Henry mk IV rifle, dated 1887
Obsolete calibre Martini-Henry mk IV rifle, dated 1887 Obsolete calibre Martini-Henry mk IV rifle, dated 1887 Obsolete calibre Martini-Henry mk IV rifle, dated 1887 Obsolete calibre Martini-Henry mk IV rifle, dated 1887
 

Obsolete calibre Martini-Henry mk IV rifle, dated 1887


This is a Martini-Henry mk IV .450/577" calibre rifle, produced from 1887 till 1889. This particular example was made at the Enfield factory in 1887, as marked on the breech side under the Victoria crown, and there are broad arrows and WD War Department inspection stamps in many places signifying British military use, along with foreign marks associated with service in the east. Very good furniture with just normal wear and tear, and very good steel with most of it's original finish. The barrel is smooth bored as issued, I'm told, to Police units, and it has a nice tight action. A good used example of this widely used Victorian-era rifle, which saw service with the Empire until the end of WW1. Cocks and dry-fires, and able to be stripped, this rifle comes with an original cleaning rod and British army webbing sling. This rifle is of obsolete calibre, so does not require any licence for ownership, unless the intention is to fire it again, then the correct licence will be compulsory.

Our Price: £895.00


All obsolete calibre weapons sold by Jaybe Militaria are legal to own within the EU without the need for a Firearms Licence.


Our Price: £895.00

 

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