Original British 1877 Enfield Martini-Henry Artillery Carbine Converted to .303 in 1898
Original Item: Only one available. Today these have become very hard to find. Originally manufactured in 1882 in .450/577 caliber as an artillery carbine this example was converted to .303 caliber in 1898.
Right side of action is marked:
Left side of action is marked:
Lightly cleaned and ready to display with only a missing brass marking disc, which has been replaced. Fitted to accept both the P-1888 Lee Metford and 1895 Long Lee Enfield knife bayonets
Very nice overall condition, bore is crisp.
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