NON-UK SALES ONLY OR RE-DEACTIVATION TO CURRENT DEACTIVATION SPECIFICATION - PLEASE CONTACT US FOR FURTHER DETAILS. The L59A1 is a drill rifle manufactured from various marks/manufacturers of Enfield No4 rifles. Produced in the 1970's and 80's and usualy re-using earlier, often wartime guns, these drill purpose rifles had minor adaptations to the receiver and bolt to ensure that although they could chamber drill pupose ammo, they would not stand up to live ammo being fired. Chambered in .303, the No4 rifle was the mainstay of allied forces during WWII. This example is an WWII MKI rifle converted to an L59. It is in very good condition with the metalwork having been armourer refinished at some point and replacement stocks fitted. It is complete with a 37 pattern sling and two inert .303 rounds. Deactivated to the UK specification with fully moving parts, working dry fire action, removable magazine and the ability to field strip (apart from the barrel).