This detailed look at the Number 4 series of rifles, used by British soldiers from World War II to Korea, is full of photos & illustrations showing full-length views of rifles, and closeups of actions & various parts. The book provides a general history of the series, with chapters on the various marks, plus the Number 4 Mark 1 (T) sniper rifle. Sniper instructions and No. 32 telescopic sight details also are included in the book. 30 photos, 18 illus; 6x9 inches, 64 pgs.
A complete review of the Lee-Metfor & Lee-Enfield rifles & carbines, which were to carry their origins through the next 100 years of Britain's history. 60 photos; 6x9 inches, 72 pgs.
British Service Rifles & Carbines - 1888-1900 provides a complete review of the Lee-Metfor & Lee-Enfield rifles & carbines, which were to carry their origins through the next hundred years of Britain's history. All Lee-Metford & Lee-Enfield rifles & carbines are described & illustrated in the book, as well as the models that were later upgraded to World War I standards.
This is the story of the rifles used by the British soldier during World War I -- the Short Magazine Lee Enfield. The Lee Enfield Number 1 Rifles shows full-length views, closeups of actions, & parts of all Number 1 series rifles. The book has a general history of the series, with chapters on each mark, ranging from the Mark I through the Mark VI Models converted from earlier rifles are included. 47 photos, 5 illus; 6x9 inches, 64 pgs.