Hi, I'm new to this site and to Enfields and wanted to post a few questions. I recently bought a Maltby No.4 Mark I (M1942) that was previously sporterized with an aftermarket replacement stock. It has a two-groove full length barrel, which along with the receiver and bolt all have a matching Maltby serial number. It has a #3 bolt face piece; the metal surfaces are painted black; was this the original finish or a later armory refurbishment? Also, not having owned a Lee-Enfield before, one of my observations about it is that the bolt seems to be easily displaced when it's locked and loaded; even manipulating the safety to ON after chambering a round seems to easily move the bolt handle slightly up from full down and locked. Is this typical or does my rifle need some adjustment? Having compared this function to other bolt actions of mine, which all do it to a degree, the Enfield does it to a degree that concerns me. The bearing surfaces of the two lugs seem relatively small and it doesn't take much movement of the bolt handle to disengage them. Any comments or advice is welcome.