I have got to inspect some Lee Enfields & a Mauser at some point.
Rather than just visiual I would like to be able to gauge these as they are used for shooting by our unit shooting club.
Feck me they would have to be seriously old to be guaging in .303. 4T is right about EFD, ok if a little sharp at times and a lovely place to visit to watch deer in their back garden. I cant think though that there would be too many brown coats left who would have inspected even acf .303's. I know of one who retired after 25 about 10 years ago who can still remember his stuff for the L39 and 42 but the local ATC mob get their No8's serviced at the long retired gunsmith two towns away!
Capt Peter Laidler at the Warminster Collection of course has all the gauges, and is an authority on Enfields - having worked on them until their end of service. I'm sure Warminster would help out, if its a Service club that needs the weapons checks.
I'm an Enfield-specialist RFD/collector, if you need a hand with anything. I'm just south of London.