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Ironically , many of the Lee Enfields from all over the British Empire ended up being shipped into Afghanistan under Mr. surplus market sources, not a souvenir brought home by Howard of Afghanistan. A large part of their collection was donated to the Virginia War Memorial Museum in Richmond, VA, and many other items donated to the National WW2 Museum in New Orleans, LA.Harts supervision to arm the Mujahedin forces fighting the Russians in the 1980s. PROVENANCE NOTE- This is item number 64 from the Howard P. This item has the Hart Collection inventory tag attached, and comes with a certificate of provenance and a copy of Howards fascinating autobiography, signed by Jean Hart. Howard Hart, and this outstanding collection adds to its desirability for your collection and for future owners and helps preserve the legacy of Mr.
We assume no liability for accidents or injuries resulting from firing or any other use of any firearm we sell. taxpayers, and officially marked with the ordnance bomb and U. 2 - FROM THE HART COLLECTION Serial number G12364, with a .22 caliber barrel made by BSA, not a sleeved barrel. There are several .22 caliber trainers cobbled together beginning around 1914 using various SMLE rifles either made as SMLE or converted from longer versions.
A somewhat clunky, ugly, and unusual design, but displaying the usual French arrogance towards ideas better than their own.
(The exception being the locking system which is similar to the Tokarev and Ljungman and some others).
Hart.) Read more about the biography of this remarkable American patriot on the Hart Collection Biography page- (View Picture) SMOF6862 - BRITISH SMLE MODEL NO.4 MK 2 MADE IN 1955- SUPERB! Tiny CAI import marks on the exposed portion of the barrel. Hart was a career Central Intelligence Agency Officer as well as an avid arms collector.
Serial Number A9399 made at Fazakerly in 1955 (UF55). We think this is even nicer than finding one new in the original wrap because you don't want to unwrap those. A large part of their collection was donated to the Virginia War Memorial Museum in Richmond, VA, and many other items donated to the National WW2 Museum in New Orleans, LA.These also have a mounting rail the left side to allow attachment of a scope for sniper use.