The Lee-Enfield Rifle



The Lee-Enfield Rifle By Nigel Martin Pegler | Art by Peter Dennis | Osprey Publishing | Weapon 17
80 pages | 2012 | English | ISBN: 9781849087889 | PDF | 4.61MB
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The Lee-Enfield is one of the 20th century’s most recognisable and longest-serving military rifles.
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Comments (16)

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    wycchip 19 Jul 2012 #

    Spectacular post!

    Thanks!

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    GenGordan 19 Jul 2012 #

    You are welcome wycchip :)
    Thanks for you support.

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    ronsin 21 Jul 2012 #

    Just finished your other books, reading this now, Thanks.

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    GenGordan 23 Jul 2012 #

    You are welcome ronsin, thank you for your feedback and support.

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    jamesl 25 Jul 2012 #

    Thanks!

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    GenGordan 25 Jul 2012 #

    You are welcome jamesl, thanks for support and comments d(G_G)b



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    GenGordan 19 Jul 2012 #

    @technoparc and able. Enjoy and thanks.

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    packmaster 28 Jul 2012 #

    Osprey haven't released A title on the BREN yet so GenGordan wont be able to help you but I have a few smaller booklets on the BREN that I will upload early tomorrow, hopefully they will be of interest to you :)

    +4
    GenGordan 19 Jul 2012 #

    You are welcome wycchip :)
    Thanks for you support.



    All Comments:

  • +2
    wycchip 19 Jul 2012 #

    Spectacular post!

    Thanks!

    Reply
    +4
    GenGordan 19 Jul 2012 #

    You are welcome wycchip :)
    Thanks for you support.

    Reply
  • +2
    technoparc 19 Jul 2012 #

    Thanks. I loved this rifle.

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    able 19 Jul 2012 #

    Thanks...

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    GenGordan 19 Jul 2012 #

    @technoparc and able. Enjoy and thanks.

    Reply
  • +2
    jtfoto 20 Jul 2012 #

    Many thanks. Used this rifle often.

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  • +3
    packmaster 20 Jul 2012 #

    Cheers mate, I can remember when every farmhouse in the country had one mark or other of this rifle. Many still do.

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    kjiflm 20 Jul 2012 #

    More.................

    BTW

    Big thanks

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    GenGordan 20 Jul 2012 #

    @ jtfoto, packmaster and kjiflm Thank you all. There will be more ;)

    Reply
  • +2
    ronsin 21 Jul 2012 #

    Just finished your other books, reading this now, Thanks.

    Reply
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    GenGordan 23 Jul 2012 #

    You are welcome ronsin, thank you for your feedback and support.

    Reply
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    stinkpussy 24 Jul 2012 #

    :)

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    jamesl 25 Jul 2012 #

    Thanks!

    Reply
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    GenGordan 25 Jul 2012 #

    You are welcome jamesl, thanks for support and comments d(G_G)b

    Reply
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    fisho666 28 Jul 2012 #

    Thanks GenGordon, a fine weapon and a fine book. do you have a similiar publication on the BREN.
    Fisho

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    +5
    packmaster 28 Jul 2012 #

    Osprey haven't released A title on the BREN yet so GenGordan wont be able to help you but I have a few smaller booklets on the BREN that I will upload early tomorrow, hopefully they will be of interest to you :)

    Reply
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