A GOOD .303 (BRITISH) MODEL 'LONG LEE-ENFIELD COMMERCIAL' BOLT-MAGAZINE TARGET RIFLE, serial no. 4929,
circa 1910, 30 1/4in. nitro reproved (in 2022) barrel, ramp-mounted blade fore-sight with side protectors, elevating ladder rear-sight, front and rear volley sights, magazine cut-off, detachable ten-round box magazine, the right side of the wrist marked 'B.S.A. CO.', two barrel-bands with sling swivels, bayonet lug, 3/4 length figured stock, 13in. pull including brass buttplate with central hinged trapdoor containing brass oiler and pull through, weight 9lb. 2oz., the rifle is accompanied with the first owners leather range bag, the flap embossed 'S.V.H.' on the outside and marked S.V. HUGGETT. PORTLAND ROAD. EAST GRINSTEAD. SUSSEX. 1911.', with Parker's Rifle-Shot's Register, containing shooting records as part of Ashdown Rifle Club, shooting at Bisley from 1912-1914
Provenance: Samuel Valentine Huggett born East Grinstead April 1886. At the time of owning the rifle he lived at Cedar Villa, 72 Portland Road, East Grinstead. His occupation was an Officer for The Guardian Of The Poor. He died in Uckfield in January 1950.
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S1 - Sold as a Section 1 Firearm under the 1968 Firearms Act