VERY Cool No1 Mk3 Find
I found a man named RS Millett who wrote books about wood working in the 1950s and 60s in Canada. Would it be possible that this rifle was issued to him if he enlisted in WWII or before the war? It's all within the same time frame, the rifle was made in 1935. I can't find any more info about him other than his books. Does anyone know a website to see Canadian enlistment records from the 30s and 40s? Thanks
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