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  1. John M. says:

    OT: Looks like Navy Arms has gotten a hold of a tranche of Lee Enfields that have been holed up in France of all places since the end of the Big One.

    https://www.americanrifleman.org/content/french-enfields-the-navy-arms-no-4s/

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    1. Rocketguy says:

      Saw that the other day and was going to see if Dad wanted another Enfield…then saw $1000-1400 – yikes!

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      1. John M. says:

        At first that seems spendy, but don’t forget those are Bidenbucks now. In about six months you’ll gas up your car and realize you could have had a Lee Enfield for the price of two tanks of gas!

        No more mean tweets, though, you guys.

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      2. John M. says:

        And jokes aside, the article is right that the supply of these kinds of things is drying right up. 20 years ago you could go to a gun show and dealers were prying the kids off old boxes full of milsurp left right and center. Not anymore. Even the CMP well is gonna go dry one of these days.

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        1. Rocketguy says:

          Understood. One of the reasons I let my C&R go was supply down, price up. If I didn’t have one, these might be do-able but paying that much to have two on the rack that I don’t shoot often enough is a no go.

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          1. John M. says:

            Yeah, I really wish .303 were more available. It’s just too pricey to shoot for what it is. Not enough bang for the buck, one might say.

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