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KTW Lee Enfield No.4 Rifle

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KTW Lee Enfield No.4 Rifle
-- Replica of Classic World War Bolt-Action Rifle
-- 13 Rounds Winding Magazine
-- Bolt-Action Airsoft 6mm BB Rifle
-- Real Wood Stock with full metal top receiver & bolt assembly
-- Made in Japan

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KTW Lee Enfield No.4 Rifle

The Lee-Enfield series of rifles was born in 1895 as a marriage between the magazine and bolt action, designed by the J. P. Lee, and the new pattern of barrel rifling, designed at the Royal Small Arms Factory (RSAF) at Enfield. Originally known as Lee-Metford, this design was adopted by British army in 1888 and used a Metford pattern rifling with shallow groves, intended to be used with ammunition loaded with black powder.

Early Lee-Enfield rifles, officially known as a ".303 caliber, Rifle, Magazine, Lee-Enfield", were carried by the British army through the Boer war (South Africa) of 1899-1902, and Boers, armed with their Mausers, taught to the Brits some hard lessons. And, unlike some other Empires, Brits were quick lo learn. In 1903, they introduced a new design, which improved over the older Lee-Metfords and Lee-Enfields in some important respects. The main improvements was the introduction of the "universal" rifle idea. The common thinking of the period was to issue the long rifle for infantry and the carbine for cavalry, artillery and other such troops. The Brits decided to replace this variety of sizes with one, "intermediate" size, that will fit all niches. This "one size fits all" rifle was called ".303 caliber, Rifle, Short, Magazine, Lee-Enfield, Mark 1", or, in short SMLE Mk.I, where "short" referred to the length of the rifle. This rifle passed some improvements during the following pre-WW1 years, finalizing in the 1907 as a SMLE Mk.III.

he Lee-Enfield was the standard issue weapon to rifle companies of the British Army and other Commonwealth nations in both the First and Second World Wars (these Commonwealth nations included Canada, Australia and South Africa, among others). Although officially replaced in the UK with the L1A1 SLR in 1957, it remained in widespread British service until the early 1960s and the 7.62 mm L42 sniper variant remained in service until the 1990s.

As a standard-issue infantry rifle, it is still found in service in the armed forces of some Commonwealth nations,notably with the Indian Police, which makes it the longest-serving military bolt-action rifle still in official service.

The Canadian Rangers military service is still issued Enfield 4 rifles as of 2011, with plans announced to replace the weapons in 2014. Total production of all Lee-Enfields is estimated at over 17 million rifles.

1/1 Scale Airsoft Replica of High Performance Bolt-Action Rifle
Very Limited item
Full Metal Bolt System & Solid cocking motion sound
Real Wood Stock
13 Rounds Winding Magazine
Adjustable Hop-Up System
Comes with a gun sling.

Item Weight (gram) 3165
Major Color Wood
Length 1130mm
Barrel Length ~500mm
Hop-up Adjustable
Shooting Mode Manual
Magazine Capacity 13 Rounds
Bullet Type 6mm BB
Manufacturer KTW
Package Includes
  • KTW Lee Enfield No.4 Rifle
  • 13 rounds Magazine
  • Instruction Manual (English)
  • Original Box

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