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The Rifle No. 5 Mk I, was a derivative of the British Lee–Enfield No. 4 Mk I, designed in response to a requirement for a shorter, lighter, rifle for airborne forces in Europe. However most of its operational use was in post-war colonial campaigns such as the Malayan emergency - where it gained its common nickname of the "Jungle Carbine".
Production began in March 1944, and finished in December 1947.
Originally an extremely rare experimental design, the Australians designed the No. 7 for their jungle fighters in Burma. Now Gibbs Rifle Company has recreated this carbine using the modern, stronger 2A barreled action made from chrome vanadium steel. Chambered for the popular .308 Winchester...
All original (except for butt pad, butt pad retainer/sling mount and screw), non import marked British 303. Numbers on bolt and receiver match, no numbers on mag. "0" marked bolt head. There are two places where an owner etched a number, but they are light. One is on the right butt socket and...
Lee Enfield .303 Jungle Carbine (Golden State Arms). Overall good condition. Comes with a Crossfire II 3-9x40 scope with adaptor, hard black plastic case, and 600+ rounds of ammunition. $500 Firm. Bill @ 425-445-5878.
So I've seen these so called Ishapore No7 Jungle Carbines sold by Gibbs and I think Navy Arms. I'm sorry if you own one but I think they're.... well.... ugly! Not trying to offend anyone but really they don't have the graceful lines of the original No5 carbine. And the sight radius is so dang...
Commercial (that means "bubbaed by a company, not a gunsmith") conversion of the Ishapore 2A 7.62 NATO rifle into a "jungle carbine" form.
Includes aftermarket ghost ring sight (a big improvement), the original rear sight, and spare magazine. No, the rear sight isn't all wonky - that's...