No. 4 and No. 5
A Guide To Gunsmithing The Venerable Lee-Enfield Rifle No. 4
This book is a compiled blend of vintage British War Office armourer's manual content and modern day wisdom based on the author's 50-plus years of gunsmithing and shooting Lee-Enfield Rifles. In fact his first rifle wasn't a .22. Instead, it was a Rifle No. 5 Mark I, Serial number BD3077, bought with his own money ($15) when he was a wee lad of 14 years of age.
KNOW YOUR RIFLE!
This essential guide to the workings of the venerable Lee-Enfield Rifle No. 4 provides details on how to fine tune the action, trigger and bolt group. Learn how to:
- Dissasemble the rifle from muzzle to buttplate.
- Adjust trigger pull.
- Replace a weak extractor spring.
- Bed the receiver for better accuracy.
- Clear a fouled bore.
- Clean a rusty bore.
- Remove a stuck striker.
- Crown a damaged muzzle.
- Measure bore wear.
- Swap the barrel.
- Check headspace (Different methods)
- Fine tune the magazine (Remedy feeding problem).
- Remove the butt stock.
- Change the forearm.
- Refinish the stock.
- Adjust the front sight.
Pending publication June 2019ISBN 978-0-934523-12-7
This Large Format Trade Paperback (8.5" by 11") Is Copiously Illustrated