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Lee-Enfield No. 5 'Jungle Carbine:' An Exploded View

During World War II, the British military concluded that they needed a rifle shorter and lighter than the standard-issue No. 4. Thus was born the No. 5 "Jungle Carbine."

'The Forgotten War:' The Men & Guns of Korea 1950

The Korean War began on June 25, 1950 and lasted until July 1953. It is often called the "Forgotten War," but we remember the men who fought.

The Lithgow SMLE Sniper Rifle In Korea: Pvt. Ian Robertson at Hill 614

Ian Robertson, a sniper with 3rd Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment, relayed a story of the Australian SMLE sniper rifle in action during the Korean War.

'A Grisly Business:' Australia’s Lee-Enfield Sniper Rifle

Faced with no ready source for sniping rifles during World War II, the Australians created one distinctly their own.

SHOT Show 2018: Lithgow LA105 Woomera Rifle

The LA105 Woomera (an Australian Aboriginal word for “spear thrower”) from Lithgow Arms evolved out of advice from Australian and U.S. military snipers.

Restoring a “Commonwealth Garand”: The Short Magazine Lee-Enfield

See how one enthusiast accomplished his restoration of a WWII-era Lithgow Arms Short Magazine Lee Enfield.

Video: Lithgow Arms Bullpup Rifle

American Rifleman's Brian Sheetz got a first look at the Lithgow Arms bullpup, a highly modified spinoff of the Austrian Steyr AUG that serves the military Down Under.

The Keefe Report: “It’s Me Bren Gun”

At least one observant American Rifleman reader noticed that the “Opening Shot” for the July 2015 issue had a reference to a quirky, somewhat violent, movie involving petty British criminals.

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