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Enfield mk.4 #1 parts (needed)

Discussion in 'Gear & Accessories' started by boltactionfan, Aug 5, 2013.

  1. boltactionfan

    boltactionfan Northwest Arkansas New Member

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    Looking for parts for a friend he would like more mags but they seem to be too hard to come by. I would appreciate any pointers toward where I can find some.
     
  2. coop44

    coop44 Tacoma ,WA Well-Known Member

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    promag makes some really ugly ones, as far as original go look at spending around $50 when you can find them. mostly they were loaded from the top with strippers.
     
  3. orygun

    orygun West Linn Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    And I have some stripper clips if interested...
     
  4. PopsBdog

    PopsBdog Southern Oregon Active Member

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    Get an original if you can find em.
    $40 to $60 for an original is the going rate on eBay
    ProMag are not as high of quality as the originals.
    They feel cheap and can fall apart.
    $30 to $45 on eBay.

    I hunt deer with mine.
    .303 is a very satisfying round to reload.
    Barnes makes a state of the art copper bullet for reloading the 303
    (cut my groups in half)

    There are more accessories available than you would think for this rifle. :thumbup:
     
  5. boltactionfan

    boltactionfan Northwest Arkansas New Member

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    Thanks I'll tell him.
     
  6. AMProducts

    AMProducts Maple Valley, WA Jerk, Ammo Manufacturer Silver Supporter

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    I would not recommend getting "extra mags" for the enfield, the mags are much slower to change than simply using stripper clips aka magazine chargers.

    Also, as everyone else said, promag enfield mags are pretty horrible.
     
  7. PopsBdog

    PopsBdog Southern Oregon Active Member

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    I think you are referring to Mark1's.

    I have no problem changing or loading original mags on my Mark4#1*.
    Changing or loading a mag takes about as long as my 10-22 or AK.
    Enfield-reciever.jpg View attachment 68130

    Enfield-reciever.jpg
     
  8. PopsBdog

    PopsBdog Southern Oregon Active Member

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    And as you see stripper clips are just about impossible with a scope.
    EnfieldMag3.jpg EnfieldMag1.jpg

    The Lee Enfield Mag is supposed to hold 10 rds.
    The ProMark is on the right.
    I have a spacer in the original mag to lower the capacity to 5 for hunting.

    EnfieldMag3.jpg

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