Enfield No1 MkIII .410 Musket

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In this video we take a look at a very interesting part of Enfield history, the No1 MkIII .410 Musket. These were conversions of original .303 British rifles over to .410 smoothbores for a prison guards and police work among other things. These Enfields were originally designed to fire 98gr musket ball loads which are still available however many were opened up for modern 2 1/2″ .410 shells, this example included. Stay tuned, much more on the way.

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