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The Pattern 1913 (P'13) Enfield Trials Rifle of .276in calibre (7 x 60mm)

 


The image set of the first example of this rifle is by kind permission of Fultons of Bisley.

Fulton's rifle is an important part of their collection. It carries no marks indicating Enfield production other than on the internal faces of the wood furniture, and it is suspected that the barrelled action is one of a very few that were believed to have been made by the Vickers Armstrong Company.

The next two images can be rotated and zoomed, either as initially loaded or full-screen for higher definition.

 

 


DATA TABLE - ALL MEASUREMENTS AS VIEWED
FIREARM
IMPERIAL
METRIC
Designation or Type :
Long rifle
-
Action Type :
Bolt (Mauser)
-
Nomenclature :
-
with serial no.
Calibre :
.276 in.
-
Weight :
8lbs. 11ozs.
kgs
Length - Overall :
46.3 inches
cms
Length - Barrel :
26 inches
cms
Pull :
inches
cms
Furniture :
Walnut
-

Rifling - No. of Grooves :

5
-
Rifling - Twist & Direction:
1 turn in 10 inches - LH
1 : ?cms
Rifling - Groove width :
0.0853 inches
mm
Rifling - Land width :
0.0853 inches
mm

Rifling - Groove depth at muzzle :

0.005 inches
mm
Sight - Fore :
Removeable blade
-
Sight - Rear :
Fixed aperture
-
Sight - Radius :
inches
cms

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See also the Enfield Rifle Pattern 1914 training rifle

 

 

 

 

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