- Highly Accurate Replication Based on No. 4
- Real Wood Construction
- Adjustable Sights
- Fully Functional
- Easy to Modify Finish for Distressing
- Consistent Shooting FPS
|Shooting Mode||Bolt Action|
|Net Weight (kg)||3.15|
Gambit's Guide - Hop & Functionality:
Length - 1,100mm
Weight - 3,150g
Inner Barrel Length - 500mm
Inner Barrel Width - 6.05mm Bore
Magazine Capacity - 30 Rounds
Power Source - Spring Powered
Blowback - None
Hop-up - Adjustable
Magazine Compatibility - RWA Lee Enfield 30rds Magazine
FPS - 280
During the late 1930s, the need for new rifles grew and the Rifle, No. 4 Mk I was officially adopted in 1941. The No. 4 action was similar to the Mk VI, but stronger and most importantly, easier to mass-produce. Unlike the SMLE, that had a nose cap, the No 4 Lee Enfield barrel protruded from the end of the forestock and the charger bridge was no longer rounded for easier machining. The iron sight line was redesigned and featured a rear receiver aperture battle sight calibrated for 300 yd (274 m) with an additional ladder aperture sight that could be flipped up and was calibrated for 200 - 1,300 yd (183 - 1,189 m) in 100 yd (91 m) increments. This sight line like other aperture sight lines proved to be faster and more accurate than the typical mid-barrel rear sight elements sight lines offered by Mause.
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x1 Lee Enfield No.4 Airsoft Rifle.
x1 30 Rnd Magazine.
Bought this as I love Lee Enfields, and wanted one for Airsoft play. Generally looks the part, aside from missing markings and for instance the screw at the left side of the action. Shoots ok once you get used to how to get it to feed good all the time (very hard and quick action, not slowly!). That does need improvement. Would really have been nice to have markings.