Personally I would love to see one of these guys up close in operation after getting to see an old 2 stroke 5 cylinder diesel Fairbanks engine (~13,000 cu in displacement) start and run. It wasn't loud in the traditional sense but was a you felt it in your chest loud as it shook the concrete floor and building. That one was a medium speed engines that ran at like 200 RPM peak and put out ~300 hp but was a pre war engine from a factory.
Bottom line: Stand me in the world's best gun shop, give me unlimited credit, and tell me I can take one - and ONLY one weapon. I'll take the Lee-Enfield, every time. And I'll still be using it when every other weapon there has died of old age or just disintegrated because of the environment.
There are some other rifles that will be kicking around with those old Enfields, although they will all be about the same age and comparable in power. Personally I would take the Finnish M39 (I like Mosin-Nagents) and there would be people who would take the K98s. They all are effective hunting and military weapons and should have no problem with the abuse, although I don't know about the K98s. As far as long serving weapons the Finns are still using rifle build on 100+ year old receivers so those old Mosin-Nagents can't be that bad.
The right of the people
So what we can glean from these 3 cases is:
1. Don't cross a border with your encrypted device on so encrypted material can be seen.
2. Don't piss off your ex
3. Don't be a pedo (why do all cases involving encryption seem to be pedo ones, yes I understand they are easy targets everyone hates) 4. This issue isn't decided and it seems the government doesn't want it resolved.