"AUSTRALIAN NUMBER 1 MARK III H.T. SNIPER. SN 84866. Cal. 303. Manufactured at Lighgow and introduced towards the end of WWII, this rifle used a mostly rebuilt Mark III dating between 1915 and 1918 (this one is 1917) with both high and low mounts. These rifles were fitted with a heavy bbl and only about 1,500 were manufactured. Fitted with a telescopic sight SN 34408 dated 1944. With sling, bayonet and wooden cheekpiece. PROVENANCE: Stern Collection. CONDITION: Receiver retains approximately 90% of a grayish green Parkerizing that is common on rifles of this era. Rear sight assembly is also Parkerized with the ears being blued and turning patina. Front and middle bands retain some 90% of gray green Parkerizing. Upper handguards are in very good condition with just a minimum of bruising and the buttstock is approximately the same. Leather Bailey sling dated 1941 is excellent through could use a slight cleaning. Wooden cheekpiece shows a moderate dent towards the front approximately 1" x 1-1/2", otherwise in excellent condition. Brass buttplate is patina but in excellent condition. Trigger assembly shows better than 90% of Parkerizing and overall very good. Action is crisp. Bore is bright but showing some use. Scope shows better than 95% of its original finish with just a hint of rust towards the right front and optics are clear and very good. 4-34100 BK121 (2,500-4,000)"
Reloading kit for pinfire cartridges (5mm,7mm, 9mm & 12mm)
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