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I just heard about this forum today from a local gun dealer. He suggested I post this question here. I also have my dad's WW II memorabilia that I'd like to sell (Nazi helmet, some flags, propaganda books, medals, etc.
I'm not a moron, I promise. But I do love a good "boom stick!" Whether it be a shotgun (want to collect those), a rifle (want to know how to use those) or a pistol (want to carry one of those), boom sticks, as I affectionately call them, have been a part of my life since I knew they existed...
1917 No. 1 Mk 3 Enfield Sport
Short SMLE (SHTLE)
Made in England by London Small Arms (LSA markings)
Excellent working condition with open sights and scope mount
Have 20 rounds I will include
Will meet in Washington co.
Was looking through a bunch of really old stuff in storage, and I couldn't believe I came across a gun I totally forgot I had purchased. It would have been the mid 90's and I found it dirt cheap in an antique store on the Oregon Coast.
If I am identifying it correctly, it looks like a Japanese...