I succumbed and fell for a lovely little War Office pattern miniature rifle. I bought it to teach the kids the fundamentals of rifle shooting (it's my excuse and I'm sticking to it). It is the half-stocked repeating version built by LSA. Examining the muzzle I was surprised to see that the barrel had been sleeved, the seam is just visible and PAKER HALE is stamped on the muzzle face. It seems strange to me that someone would have bothered to get such a basic rifle sleeved.
So far I have only shot it at 10m but it makes lovely cloverleaf groups.
The wrist has two holes and discoloration which clearly show that a peep-sight was installed for a long period, there is also a small notch in the stock comb where I presume the folded down eyepiece rested. What type of peep-sight would be period appropriate for such a little rifle?