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  • sword bayonet for Short Magazine Lee-Enfield rifle (SMLE Mark 3) & Pattern 1907, third type

    sword bayonet for Short Magazine Lee-Enfield rifle (SMLE Mark 3) & Pattern 1907, third type

    part of "sword bayonet Pattern 1907, third type, with scabbard" (Weapons and ammunition) Made by: Sanderson Brothers and Newbould 1917-11

    WEA 474.1

    SPECIMEN & (SEE) WEA 467 & WEA 470 & WEA 472.

  • Bayonet No 7 Mk 1 with scabbard

    Bayonet No 7 Mk 1 with scabbard

    (Weapons and ammunition) Made by: Royal Ordnance Factory, Poole, Dorset 1948

    WEA 528

    Grips made of 'Tufnel', a cloth/plastic composite material.

  • Rifle No4 Mk1 (T) with telescope No32

    Rifle No4 Mk1 (T) with telescope No32

    (Weapons and ammunition) Made by: BSA

    FIR 10707

    rifle & scope & sling

  • scabbard for sword bayonet Pattern 1907, third type & Pattern 1907 Mark II, variant

    scabbard for sword bayonet Pattern 1907, third type & Pattern 1907 Mark II, variant

    (Weapons and ammunition)

    WEA 472.2

    Black painted mounts, brown leather body. Identical to scabbard for WEA 467.

  • Rifle, Short, Magazine, Lee Enfield, .303 inch, Mk 3*

    Rifle, Short, Magazine, Lee Enfield, .303 inch, Mk 3*

    (Weapons and ammunition)

    FIR 7299

    The Short, Magazine Lee-Enfield rifle was adopted for British service in 1902. Variants of the design subsequently saw service in both World Wars and, in certain countries, long afterwards. The rifle was the brainchild of the War Office Small Arms...

  • Rifle, Short, Magazine, Lee Enfield, .303 inch, Mk 3

    Rifle, Short, Magazine, Lee Enfield, .303 inch, Mk 3

    (Weapons and ammunition) Made by: London Small Arms Co, London 1917

    FIR 7481

    The Short, Magazine Lee-Enfield rifle was adopted for British service in 1902. Variants of the design subsequently saw service in both World Wars and, in certain countries, long afterwards. The rifle was the brainchild of the War Office Small Arms...

  • Rifle, Short, Magazine, Lee Enfield, .303 inch, Mk 3

    Rifle, Short, Magazine, Lee Enfield, .303 inch, Mk 3

    (Weapons and ammunition) Made by: London Small Arms Co, London 1918

    FIR 7455

    The Short, Magazine Lee-Enfield rifle was adopted for British service in 1902. Variants of the design subsequently saw service in both World Wars and, in certain countries, long afterwards. The rifle was the brainchild of the War Office Small Arms...

  • Rifle, No 4 Mk 1

    Rifle, No 4 Mk 1

    (Weapons and ammunition) Made by: ROF Maltby, Yorks 1943

    FIR 7179

    The British No 4 rifle was a development of the Short, Magazine Lee-Enfield (see FIR 7815). It featured a heavier, flat-sided body, a heavier barrel and an aperture rear sight. The No 4 was approved for service in November 1939 but, due to the...

  • British Pattern 1907 sword bayonet [third type]

    British Pattern 1907 sword bayonet [third type]

    (Weapons and ammunition) Made by: Sanderson Brothers and Newbould England & Sheffield

    WEA 796

    The Pattern 1907 bayonet was developed for British Army use after the introduction of the Short, Magazine Lee Enfield Rifle. It was decided to introduce a long 'sword' bayonet, as the existing Pattern 1888 and 1903 bayonets were not considered...

  • clasp knife, British Army issue (Turner 'Encore' clasp knife)

    clasp knife, British Army issue (Turner 'Encore' clasp knife)

    (Weapons and ammunition) Made by: Thomas Turner and Co, Sheffield

    WEA 731

    First World War period British Army issue clasp knife. Manufactured by Thomas Turner & Co of Sheffield, this knife departs from the standard pattern knife of the period in that its grip scales are made of plain metal, rather than chequered horn....

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