Free Download – .303 cross wind chart. Click Here.
August 2014 Sarco: Full Ensemble for the No. 32 MKI Telescope, “This detailed reproduction of the No. 32 MK I telescopic sight for the N0. 4 SMLE (Short, Magazine, Lee Enfield) is the most sought after, because the overall quality was better than the later produced MK II and MK III scopes. The MK I has the sliding eyeshade and in this model both front and rear shades have been reproduced right down to the brownish color. The drum mechanisms, just like the original, incorporate click device for positive adjustment, each click represents two minutes of angle or 2 inches at 100 yards and the lateral deflection is up to 16 minutes left and right. On the range drum, each click represents 50 yards and this is graduated to 1,000 yards. Optics are crisp clear and the complete set comes with the sheet steel telescope case, adjusting tool, scope mount and leather scope lens covers. As an added SARCO bonus, we will include the 2 bases, screws, taps and drill bits in order for you to complete the job of installing this FABULOUS reproduction on your favorite SMLE.” Note: These scopes can be installed on a standard # 4 Enfield rifle to create a # 4 MKI T sniper rifle. Click Here
April 2014 – Enfield Resource will support and promote any Lee Enfield shooting event. Dropping an email with details is all that’s required: lee firstname.lastname@example.org RJW
28 July 1914 – 100 year anniversary of The First World War – 11 November 1918
March 26th 2014 – Trentham Range Report. Report from the 3rd annual National Dick Travis VC Trophy Shoot, Wellington NZ. This is an invitational event and nationwide and international shooters are welcome. Click Here
Sept 2012 – A No4 Mk1 explosively dismantled, a safety lesson has been added to Image Profiles. Click Here.
Lee Enfield rifle woods made to order. A New Zealand source for reproduction .303 fore ends and hand guards. Made to order and specializing in hard to find early types such as the No1, as well as later smle models. International and unusual inquires welcome. Contact; Stuart – email@example.com
James Sweet’s classic 1954 reference ‘Competitive Rifle Shooting’ is being reprinted, a must have for anyone interested in accurate shooting. To be contacted when available leave your email. Click Here: James Sweet
Feature: The Lee Enfield rifle revisited 2013 – Sorrell and Sons – NZ
Video Library; Top 10 Combat Rifles; Lee Enfield No4 Mk1
Video Library 2: Lee Emery versus Lee Enfield