I hopped on the Enfield to go for a ride a couple of days ago, and while I was out and about, I realized I hadn't been to the gun shop for a while. So I stopped by, 'just to have a look'. I should have known better. I came home with a 6 7/8" Mk II with a Hogue grip... I haven't been to the range to shoot it for groups yet, but I decided to do a little plinking yesterday at my favorite shooting spot up in the hills... I was mostly shooting just to check reliability with various loads (and to have some fun and get the truck muddy), since I haven't had time to get out for a while. So I didn't bring any tools to adjust the rear sight. I'll do some accuracy testing after I've had time to take it apart and get it cleaned up. For now, I just ran a bore snake through it. Accuracy was good, but reliability was only so-so, depending on the load. It doesn't seem to like hollow points. They kept snagging at the bottom of the feed ramp. The round nose loads fed just fine. For accuracy, it didn't seem to like CCI Mini Mags or Sub Sonics. But it did great with Eley Club and Eley Sport. It was windy and raining, with some strong gusts at times, but with both Eley loads, I was sending tin cans flying and punching holes in small Christmas ornaments shooting off-hand at about 30 yards. Both loads fed reliably. It was shooting a bit high and left, but I just compensated since I didn't bring any tools to adjust the sight and it was still shooting great with these two loads. One problem that concerned me is the last shot hold-open didn't always work. It failed to hold the bolt open around 10% of the time with a couple of magazines. My other Mk II doesn't have this problem, which is this one... I think it will be a nice little shooter once I get everything sorted out. I plan to have my gunsmith drill and tap it for a scope like the other one. But I have some questions. First, I recently stopped procrastinating and finally got myself a dremel. I've never polished a feed ramp before. What attachment do I use for this job? Will any polishing compound work? Also, what exactly is a 'government' model?