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Action - Bolt Action
Caliber - .303 British
Barrel Length - 22"
Sights - Weaver-Style Scope Bases
The Pattern 1914 or P14 was designed as a service rifle for the British armed forces and became touted as the most advanced rifle of World War I. The 1914 feeds .303 rounds from a 5-round internal magazine, an improvement over earlier rifles in the series. The action shares many similarities with the Mauser design with some Lee features and optimized for rapid fire, with the action cocking on closing, a feature highly valued by the British Army. The bolt has a Mauser-type claw extractor and two forward lugs with a rear safety lug formed by the base of the bolt handle sitting in a recess in the receiver. This rifle features Weaver-style scope bases. Its wood is in good condition and its metal and bore are in very good condition.