This is the Lee Enfield Mk.05, AKA Jungle Carbine. I looked at Jack Streat pictures, and made my own mechanism.
About this creation
The Lee Enfield Mk.05 got his nickname Jungle Carbine because it was mostly used by the Allied soldiers in WWII in the Japanese Jungles.
This bolt-action sniper rifle is very light, so it was easy to carry.
My version of the gun was build in about 48 hours total, and most of the time was looking at pictures of Jack Streat and trying to find a good mechanism for it, what was quitte hard because he didn't show any pictures of the mechanism.
Finally, I came up with a hammer mechanism, but it has one disadvantage, and that is that the trigger can't hold very much rubber bands, so I had to improve the trigger, and now it can hold about 6 rubber bands, which makes the gun very powerfull.
I have instructions for this gun.
Now let's go to the pictures! (Description is under each photo).
The gun, no magazine.
The gun, other side.
Other side, no magazine.
The magazine, can hold 6 'rounds'.
The magazine, other side.
The bayonet, useful if some Japanese comes near you and you're out of ammo!
The bayonet, onattached (basicly just a knife).
The barrel without bayonet, and of course the rear sight.
The bipod, folded.
The bipod, unfolded.
The bolt, trigger and magazine.
Pull the bolt back...
... and push it forward, and you're ready to fire!
The stock (the beige pins are for more firmness).
FPS (first person shooter) view.
Aiming through the iron sights. (normally you focus on the rear sight, but I couldn't get that done with my camera).
A last look at this rifle!
If you want instructions, rate and give me your email address in a comment.