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  1. #1
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    1917 lee enfield P14 303

    Hi Group
    i have a 1917 P14 i am looking for the metal parts for the stock bayonet mount and sling mounts plus sling

    mine has been sporterized and i would like to restore back to original

    anyone got them kicking around


    thanks

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    Hi. That'd be a very expensive project. It's the metal bits like screws that add up the most. For example, rear sling swivel screws run $2.60US each and you need 2.
    There's a Pattern 14 and a Pattern 17. Same rifle with a very different chambering. The P14 is a .303 Brit. The 17 is .30-06. It matters what you have as the bayonet lugs(the 'upper barrel band') are different. The bayonet itself can run $250Cdn for a real one. About $80US for a repro with a scabbard.
    Gunparts, Stateside, has both at $7.60US each. A P-17's is part #413440B. #413440A for the P-14. $8.75US for the stacking swivel that hangs off it. $2.50US for the screw. They have repro stocks at $199.45US for the stock itself(no metal at all). $31.45US for a hardwood lower hand guard(walnut is $39US.). $24.95US for the upper with the clip to hold it on. You can see how it adds up.
    Try Western Gun Parts first. Still won't be cheap and they may not have anything, but their prices will be in Loonies. Don't think there will be border issues with either rifle's parts. Unless you need a barrel.

  3. #3
    RobertMcC
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    https://www.marstar.ca/dynamic/category.jsp?catid=80625

    Marstar has some of the parts left. Upper band with bayonet lug, and rear sling swivel assembly.

    I haven't restored one in awhile, But I got alot of my parts from Numrich in NY.

    https://www.gunpartscorp.com/gun-man...14-303-caliber

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