Pattern 1913
.276 Enfield Design RL 18000C
.303 inch Pattern 1914 rifle
Change from Mark I to Mark I*
Pattern ’13 bayonet Made by Remington (RE) and Winchester (W) Eddystone failed to produce any.
Wire Cutter No.1 Mark I
Cup, No.23, Rifle grenade No.4Mark I
Pattern 1914 Mark I*W (T) with Pattern 1918 sight
Latvian troops
Shortened .303 inch Pattern ’14  modified with folding bayonet.   (c.1935, possibly by Soley)
.303 inch Pattern ’14 with stored bayonet.  Converted by Soley Armament co., 1936
M1917 with Pattern ’14 cup discharger
Rifle No.3 Mark I* (T) A Conversion by Alexander Martin  of Glasgow, July 1940. These rifles used old WWI  Aldis ‘scopes.
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P 14 Precis For Website

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A brief history of the Pattern '14 rifle, its predecessors, successors and accoutrements.

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P 14 Precis For Website

  1. 1. Pattern 1913
  2. 2. .276 Enfield Design RL 18000C
  3. 3. .303 inch Pattern 1914 rifle
  4. 4. Change from Mark I to Mark I*
  5. 5. Pattern ’13 bayonet Made by Remington (RE) and Winchester (W) Eddystone failed to produce any.
  6. 6. Wire Cutter No.1 Mark I
  7. 7. Cup, No.23, Rifle grenade No.4Mark I
  8. 8. Pattern 1914 Mark I*W (T) with Pattern 1918 sight
  9. 9. Latvian troops
  10. 10. Shortened .303 inch Pattern ’14 modified with folding bayonet. (c.1935, possibly by Soley)
  11. 11. .303 inch Pattern ’14 with stored bayonet. Converted by Soley Armament co., 1936
  12. 12. M1917 with Pattern ’14 cup discharger
  13. 13. Rifle No.3 Mark I* (T) A Conversion by Alexander Martin of Glasgow, July 1940. These rifles used old WWI Aldis ‘scopes.

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