Hi team just a wee update, I am in the midst of preparing for an overseas deployment with work, I hope to be back sometime around December 2014. So unfortunately I will not be in a position to answer any questions for a while!
Now on Facebook !! https://www.facebook.com/AllAboutEnfields
Welcome to AllAboutEnfields, a small site dedicated to the Lee-Enfield Rifle. I know there is a bit of a work still to be done on the site, but I hope you find it both informative and laid back, as well as a place you will enjoy visiting from time to time.
Whilst called ”All About Enfield’s”, I intend to cover a wide range of the Lee-Enfield “extended family”. It will also cover such topics as reloading, using lead cast projectiles and paper patching for the .303.
My goal for this site was to capture the aspects of the Enfield history that I fear will be lost with time. So, it was with this in mind, I thought I would create a small website showcasing the collections I’ve been fortunate enough to see as well as collecting information from some very clever people.
Included is a section called “Not Just Enfield’s”, aimed to add a bit of balance and to broaden the appeal. Topic’s also include suppressed loads on a .308 and lead casting for a 25/06 as well as the .303 and .308, so there’s a bit of something for everyone here.
Also A big thanks to all those who have supplied photos, leant rifles for photographing, written articles or given support in this venture! Where possible, I have acknowledged the source of any images that I have used, however, some people have asked not to be identified (Something about that particular rifle not being quiet known at home….Yet!)
Finally, I do not profess to be an expert, just a keen bloke who likes his .303′s! So on that note, have a read (I hope you enjoy it) and let me know what you think! If you have something that you think I might like to add to the site please drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org