"BRITISH NUMBER IV MARK I (T) SNIPER RIFLE. SN H37807. Cal. 303. These sniper versions of the Mark I were fitted with scope mounts on the left side of the receiver. Many of these rifles were converted by Holland & Holland and used various telescopes. This one is fitted with a Number 32 telescope. Rifle is also equipped with a blade bayonet Number 7 MK I/L for British rifles, that appears to be adaptable to more than one type of rifle and should be looked at very closely, the web frog as well as a leather sling with steel keepers are present. Magazine well and buttstock are not numbered to this gun but are in like condition. Rifle is equipped with a transit chest. PROVENANCE: Stern Collection. CONDITION: Rifle retains what appears to be a re-Parkerized finish with the receiver and matching scope base retaining better than 98%. Bbl bands remain in excellent condition and retains 98% finish. Exposed portion of the bbl showing about 85% with some light scratching from installation of the bayonet. Bayonet is a knife blade with mica, or plasitc, handles with "England" embossed in the left grip. Upper handguards are in very good condition with the front one showing just a couple of light bruises and the rear showing near mint. Lower handguard and front stock assembly is in very good condition, being numbered to this gun, with very prominent proof marks. Triggerguard assembly shows 98% of orig blue and the buttstock is in exceptional condition showing little to no scarring at all. Cheekpiece is also in excellent condition as is buttplate. Telescope shows 90% finish with what appears to be some touch-up on the front sunshade and a red stenciled "W" upside down on the right side. Optics are excellent as are scope caps. Action is crisp and bore is bright and shiny showing little to no wear. Transit chest is in good condition. 4-34079 BK123 (2,800-4,300)"
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