I was trawling the web a week or so back, researching the idea behind turning a butchered No4 or No5 Enfield into a big bore, short barreled repeating carbine and came across the Epps series of wildcatted .303 cartridges. The idea of having a .375 or .338 repeating carbine thoroughly intrigued me and begged the question, does Ellwood Epps, store, gunsmith and/or inventor of said cartridges still rework Enfields to feed and fire with the cartridges? Or has that boat sailed? If the knowledge and expertise are still in play, what would the cost be to convert an Enfield as well as get the supplies to reload the cartridges?
Anywho, just though i would put that out there. This certainly intrigued me, and perhaps might spark the interests of others as well. And heck, who better to contact than the Gunsmith/Store bearing the name of the Cartridge inventor?