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Deactivated 1915 SMLE MKIII Rifle and Bayonet SN. 5973 *

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£850.00

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Deactivated 1915 SMLE MKIII Rifle and Bayonet. Non EU sales Only. Can be re-deactivated to EU/ UK spec. Deactivated British SMLE MKIII. Kings Crown, 1915 BSA manufacture, with butt disk stating issue to the 2nd Northumberland Fusiliers, who went to the Western Font in 1915. In very good deactivated condition, with Volley Sights intact, Original Wood, and Bolt Cut Off. Complete with M1907 Sanderson Manufacture, 1912 dated Bayonet. The SMLE, or 'smelly' as it was fondly known was by far the most modern and effective rifle in use during WWI. Its ability to endure the conditions in the trenches and keep operating was second only to its rate of fire. It also had double the magazine capacity of any other weapon of the period and when you had a battalion of Tommies where each man was trained to fire at least 30 aimed shots a minute, it is no wonder that many Germans thought they were under machine gun fire. A British classic. All deactivated weapons sold by D and B Militaria are deactivated in the United Kingdom and hold London or Birmingham proof marks and a certificate stating that the weapon has been deactivated correctly.

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