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Enfield 1917 .30-06

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More than 2 million of these were built during WWI, making it the most common U.S. rifle of that war. Many survive today. This one wouldn’t shoot, making it suitable for collectors only.

Enfield 1917 .30-06

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Huge steel ears protected the wide front sight in a banded base. The sight picture was better than that of the Springfield.

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