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An Aussie aftermarket approach to the Lee Enfield
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Vince
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PostPosted: Mon May 12, 2008 10:55 pm    Post subject: An Aussie aftermarket approach to the Lee Enfield Reply with quote

I have a mate out here in Oz who, along with some others, decided to enter the firearm market. Check out the following link for info on how they decided to do it and what they have achieved so far.

Australian International Arms

I have fired a couple of the prototypes and in all honesty, they ain't too bad at all.

Below is an advert in the Australian Sporting Shooter for the rifles.

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PostPosted: Wed May 14, 2008 9:44 pm    Post subject: Re: An Aussie aftermarket approach to the Lee Enfield Reply with quote

Those Woolloongabba Lee-Enfield redesign deserve to do well for your friends. Quality all there it seems, with a somewhat Garand-ish outline, but brand spanking new and still very much a Lee-Enfield.

I like what I saw - great website too.

Guessing Dimitri will want one to call his own, for his old-style mil rifle collection...

Thanks for the heads-up Vince.
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