From a member of the well respected 'Lovat Society'
WW1 BSA & Co Number 1 Mark III Dated 1915 .303 Volley Sights
full windage and leather sling
This is an excellent example off a WW1 BSA fully volley sight 1915 303 SMLE
The rifle is clearly stamped with all the necessary marks that you would expect
for a British Army service rifle of this period. The barrel is in good servable condition and the bolt has a smooth action on its operation.
Manufactured at the Hight of WW1 in 1915 at the BSA factory in Birmingham and fitted with long range volley sights.
1915 was the last year that volley sight system was used also this rifle is equipped with a magazine cut off. It is getting very hard these days to find such a good example.
This is a great service rifle that survived the Great War
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