After Dunkirk, an appeal went out to Americans to donate their rifles, handguns and optics (scopes & binoculars) for use in the defense of England. There was a shortage of long arms for the Home Guard and when they were equipped, it was with an assortment of rifles including Mk III Enfields, P-14 (American made Enfields in .303) and even Ross rifles left over from WW I. I know that America shipped over M1903 Springfields as well as surplus P-17 (P-14 in 30-06 or what the British called. 300 caliber). But what of the odd ball guns like a 32-30 Winchester lever action, 300 Savage Model 99 Savage lever action, single shot falling block 45-90s or 6mm Lee rifles or any other assortment of long arms of assorted calibers? That would have presented a logistical nightmare that would be as confusing as the arms used in the American Civil War. If they weren't .303 or .300 caliber (30-06), were they just consigned to storage and disposed of post-war? I know the 1911s, 38 revolvers and 45 ACP revolvers were welcomed but say a SAA in 45 Long Colt or some non 9mm cartridge gun?