Medal of Honor: World War I Update

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?cmd=upload&act=open&page=British%20Weapons&file=rifle_smle_small.jpg The Lee-Enfield was, in various marks and models, the British Army's standard bolt-action, magazine-fed, repeating rifle for over 60 years from (officially) 1895 until 1957, although it remained in British service well into the early 1960s and is still found in service in the armed forces of some Commonwealth nations.
In its many versions, it was the standard army service rifle for the first half of the 20th century, and was adopted by Britain's colonies and Commonwealth allies, including India, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada.

?cmd=upload&act=open&page=British%20Weapons&file=sniper_smle_sniper_small.jpg The iconic Lee-Enfield rifle, the SMLE Mk III, was introduced on January 26, 1907, and featured a simplified rear sight arrangement and a fixed, rather than a bolt-head-mounted sliding, charger guide.
The design of the handguards and the magazine were also improved, and the chamber was adapted to fire the new Mk VII High Velocity spitzer .303 ammunition.
Many early model rifles, of Magazine Lee Enfield (MLE), Magazine Lee Metford (MLM), and SMLE type, were upgraded to the Mk III standard.
These are designated Mk IV Cond., with various asterisks denoting subtypes.

?cmd=upload&act=open&page=British%20Weapons&file=gl_smle_gl_small.jpg * From Wikipedia: Lee-Enfield *

(SMLE Mk III, Sniper and Grenade Launcher versions Made by East)

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