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It is traditionally shaped by hand into the form of a ring from yeasted wheat dough, roughly hand-sized, that is first boiled for a short time in water and then baked.The Pattern '14 No.3 Rifle, the SMLE No.1 Rifle and No.2 Rifle, the No.4 Rifle and the FN-SLR Rifle and the EM2 Bulldog precursor to the current SA-80 Rifle, and Service Rifle Target shooting at BISLEY CAMP RANGES Post WWII Below can be seen the bolt-head face, more deeply recessed near its outer diameter than originally for the rimmed .303 cartridge-case head (this was already modifiied from the 30.06 U. Pattern '17 rifle which used a rimless case), and further recessed for the .22 rimfire rimmed case.The off-centre firing pin hole can also clearly be seen; this comes to a position at the bottom of the bolt-head when the bolt handle is rotated and the breech closed.The bolt body has had the .303 extractor - with its integral extraction claw - removed along with the extractor ring.A narrower .22RF extractor lever has been fitted inside the bolt lug; a very neat and effective conversion. The standard P'14 rear folding leaf sight remains in position, but there is an additional fitment of the Parker-Hale 5B target sight especially produced ( originally by A. Parker, whose" Bisley Works" markings are on the windage arm), for the Pattern '14 rifle for target use.The result is a dense, chewy, doughy interior with a browned and sometimes crisp exterior.