Fairfax, Va. - First adopted in 1907, more than 2 million Short Magazine Enfield Number 1 Mark III rifles (SMLE) were produced at Enfield during the first World War. Filling British arsenals in Ishapore, India and Lithgow, Australia, they were considered the finest infantry rifle of the time. Now, thanks to Century Arms and Bud's Gun Shop, you can own this piece of history and support the National Rifle Association's Institute for Legislative Action.
For only $249.99 you will be the proud owner of an Enfield Mark III and receive a free one-year NRA membership.
Now these Enfields are retired (as in they don't fire), and marked DP for "Drill Purposes", but that does nothing to decrease the value of these incredible wonders of engineering. After all, no two SMLE rifles are exactly alike so you're sure to snag a true one-of-a-kind piece of history.
So add to your collection, help out the NRA, and get ready to display the rifle that once spanned the globe.
Just call 855-4NRA-FFF (855-467-2333) or visit www.budsgunshop.com/enfield to claim yours today. Supplies are limited, so don’t sit back miss this chance to help protect your firearm freedoms.