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Lee-Enfield No. 4 Rifle

The Lee-Enfield No. 4 Rifle served the British Army during World War II and beyond.

The British No. 4(T)

The No. 4(T) was capable of accurate work, and served British snipers into the 1990s.

The Model 1917 U.S. Enfield

With millions of “Doughboys” heading for France during World War I, the United States needed rifles. Thankfully the Enfield was ready for mass production.

Something About The U.S. Enfield

This article corrected many of the inaccuracies published on the Enfield rifle.

Clips Vs. Magazines

What term is correct? Clip or magazine? Turns out it's complicated. Mark Keefe digs into this common controversy.

Tower Enfield Musket

Find out more about a British Enfield 1853 pattern rifle-musket assembled at the Tower of London, England.

Gallery: Guns of Operation Market Garden

In September 1944, American and British airborne troops jumped into Nazi-occupied Holland in a desperate gamble to end the Second World War by Christmas.

The Lee-Enfield: The Greatest Bolt-Action of the Great War

Tonight on MidwayUSA's Gun Stories, Mark Keefe appears as a subject-matter expert on his favorite early 20th century military rifle, the Lee-Enfield.

I Have This Old Gun: Enfield No. 5 Mk 1 "Jungle Carbine"

The No. 5 “Jungle Carbine” remains one of the more popular and recognizable models in the Enfield line. Find out what this particular gun in NRA Excellent condition is worth.

Why Marksmanship Matters—A Century Later

Think rifle marksmanship doesn't matter? A little more than a century ago, two small armies serious about rifle shooting held up the Kaiser's onslaught, derailing the Schlieffen Plan and saving Paris. Belgian and British rifleman prevented the Germans from knocking France out of what became known as the "Great War."

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