This morning I braved the chilly temps and went out to practice some position shooting and hauled along my old Enfield warhorse for some plinking. She's a '42 Canadian Long Branch No4 Mk1* and today I ran some MkVIIIz 175gr ball ammo through it. There were a few fliers in the group, but for 1941/1942 surplus this stuff shoots pretty well! Fliers aside, the group in the middle comes in around 1.7 MOA, which isn't too shabby for a 75 year old rifle shooting ball ammo at 200 yards The best I can find, the ammo was from ROF Spennymoor, based on the double broad arrow headstamp. But from what I read, the Brits dropped the double broad arrow in '41 and used an SR stamp instead. Interesting that it's a '42 date but still using the broad arrow marks.