Part Four - The Rifles

Lee's of the 19th Century

History of the Lee-Metford, Lee-Enfield and Lee-Enfield Carbines.

Images of the Lee-Metford, Lee-Enfield and Lee-Enfield Carbines.


SMLE

History of the Short Magazine Lee-Enfield.

Images of the Short Magazine Lee-Enfield.


No1 MkIII* HT Australian Sniper Rifle

History and Images of the Lithgow made sniper rifle of World War Two


Pattern 1914 (P14) Rifle

History of the rifle that was designed to replace the SMLE.

Images of the rifle that was designed to replace the SMLE.


Pattern 1914 Sniper Rifle [P-14(T)]

History and Images of the P-14(T) sniper rifle.


No1 MkV Trial Rifle

History of the No1 MkV trial rifle.

Images of the No1 MkV trial rifle.


No1 MkVI Trial Rifle

History of the rifle that was to become the No4 MkI.

Images of the rifle that was to become the No4 MkI.


Ishapore 2A1 Rifle

History of the Indian 7.62mm NATO version of the No1 Rifle.

Images of the Indian 7.62mm NATO version of the No1 Rifle.


Ishapore .410 Shotgun

History of the SMLE converted into a .410 gauge shotgun in India by the Ishapore Small Arms Factory.

Images of the SMLE converted into a .410 gauge shotgun in India by the Ishapore Small Arms Factory.


No4 MkI & MkI*

History of the British rifle of World War Two.

Images of the British rifle of World War Two.


No4 MkI & MkI*(T) Sniper Rifle

History and Images of the No4 MkI Sniper Rifle.

History and Images of the No32 Mk3 Snipers Rifle Scope.

The Sniper

Identifying Counterfeit No4(T) Rifles by Terry Warner


No5 MkI (Jungle Carbine)

History of the No5 MkI rifle.

Images of the No5 rifle including pictures showing some of the milling differences between the No4 rifles and the No5. Also includes a segment on fake wood.


No6 MkI and MkI/I (Australian Jungle Carbine Trial Rifle)

History and images of these rare trial rifles.


No4 Canadian Lightweight Rifle (Canada’s Jungle Carbine Trials Rifle)

History and Images of this very rare rifle.


No4 Mk2

History of the No4 Mk2 Rifle.

Images and pictures detailing the trigger design difference between the MkI and Mk2 rifles.


E.A.L. (Essential Agencies Limited) Rifle

An article by Warren Wheatfield with close-up images detailing the history of this interesting Canadian Enfield variant.


DCRA (Dominion of Canada Rifle Association) 7.62mm Competition Rifle

History of this competition rifle that was built by Long Branch initially for the Canadian Forces.

Images of this competition rifle that was built by Long Branch initially for the Canadian Forces.


The L42A1 7.62mm Sniper Rifle

History and Images of this, the last military Enfield


The Enforcer Police Sniper Rifle

History and Images of the Enforcer Rifle





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