This has nothing to do with accuracy but I thought I'd post it here anyway.
In support of the Enfields!!!!!!
British Faz No.4 MkII 1950
India Ishy No.1 MkIII2a1 (7.62 NATO) 1967
Aussy Lithgow No.1 MkIII 1942
US Remington 1917 (30-06) 1918 Often called an Enfield because these were made with some of the left over Pattern 14 (303 Brit) rifles.
Some interesting Nagant pics:
Rank #3 has S/N 1992
Looking for any help on this story.
Remington Arms & New England Westinghouse were contracted by the Russian Gov't to produce Nagant rifles in 1915-1916. When it was time to pay for the guns their treasury refused to pay. Many of the rifle were sent to Finland and other areas with ammo.
While the US was massing troops to enter WWI several volunteers were sent to Governors Island, NY to attend an early version of NCO School to lead the troops into battle. Army Capt. A.L. Boyce was the lead Instructor for this camp detail. There was also something else at Central Park drilling but details are sketchy. Arms were in short supply and were donated by Remington. Both rifles I have are dated 1916 and the barrels were shortened to replicate a Springfield 1903 for drill purposes.
If you know any details please feel free to add or correct my version.