Iron wrote:On a side note if you're an enfield fan have you considered one of the Ishapore enfields? It's chambered in 762.x51 (or its supposed to be).
I've seen a few Ishapore SMLEs, some in .303, some converted for rifle grenade use (wire wrapped forestock), and some in .308. Personally I'd rather pick up a converted .308 DCRA (Dominion of Canada Rifle Association) SMLE, as they seem to be a little better cared for than the Ishys I've come across (or even an Isreali K98 conversion to .308, the few examples I've seen at the range look pretty slick).
Of course I still think my SMLE is the perfect example of a No.4 Mk1, made in 1944 in my home town, matching numbers and original furniture. If I have to own only one SMLE, it's the one.