As I indicated in my introduction, this site has been a good source of information for me in identification of a rifle left to me by my father. Best I can tell from the many posts by Brithunter, the rifle appears to be a '57 or so Viscount Featherweight. I may be wrong but based on what I have researched, I think i'm close but I'll let you experts decide from my Pictures.
Stamp 1: Two arrows crossed with what appears to be a 1on the left, aB on the right of the arrows and a 2 centered below located to the right of the firearm stats
Stamp 2: On the left side of the receiver below the forward scope dovetail is the BSA trade marks but to the left of that and just foward is what appears to be a 7 then directly below a BNP stamp and and S1 below.
Stamp 3: Under the rear iron sight base there is an E and the number 3
There are also 3 holes on the left side of the receiver that I'm not sure what are for and what appears to be an odd muzzle end with no blueing whatsoever that has some very minor surface pitting on it.
Lastly as you can tell there are no sights on it and none in the box of extra goodies it came with so will need to aquire appropriate scope mounts if I am going to let my son use it. In my research, the rals3 appear to be a fit, but the rahs3 or 4 would allow me to use a scope with a larger field of view. I have found some of the rals3 with the nub on both mounts on fleabay which I am going to aggresively pursue but would like to find a pair of the rahs4 if they are appropriate.
Thanks in advance to anyone that can help.