BSA Long Lee Mk1* dated 1901 .303 Service Rifle
This BSA Long Lee was built at the Hight of the British Empire and in the last year
of the South African campaign, the Boar War. It was a good year 1901 , the Dutch Boars had defeated after the final big push.
The British Empire pushed into deepest Africa, into the gold and copper deposits and the map of Africa turn pink.
This BSA manufactured Long Lee is in Museum condition and is fully dry firing and strippable
Fully equipped with long distance volley sights and magazine cut off
Bellow a nice view of the whole rifle