Lee-Enfield No. 4 Mk II: Barrel and receiver match. Bolt does not match. Appears to be a Fazakerley production. No chips or cracks in the wood. Some dings and dents. Bore has pitting in it, I assume whoever shot it before fired corrosive through it and didn't clean it. Seems to have been shot very little as the rifling is still deep, no chips or scratches on the muzzle and it passes the bullet test with flying colors. - $450
Carcano 91/24: These are Carcano M91s cut down by the Italians into 91/24s. These are a little rarer compared to the Italian purpose built carbine. Rifle is in good condition with dings and dents in the stock. No cracks and has a large cool cartouche on the stock. Made by Terni in 1918. Solid rifling present. No cleaning rod. - $275
Chinese SKS: Mint bore and all matching besides the wooden stock which is an Albanian replacement stock. Two names are lightly carved into the stock and it has the Albanian two hole buttplate. Bluing is very strong this is a military model Type 56 not a commercial variant Comes with a Chinese sling, cleaning rod and cleaning kit. - $600
VZ-52: AYM, good bore, comes with sling and two magazines. $700 for the rifle and $450 for 630 rounds of ammo.
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