Lee Enfield No.4

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"Lee Enfield No.4"
Lee Enfield.jpg
Type Rifle
Used by W Cap British.png United Kingdom
Ammo Type .303 British
Magazine Size 10 rounds

Background[edit | edit source]

The Lee Enfield No.4 is a bolt-action rifle featured in Post Scriptum. The rifle first came into service in 1895 with more than 14 million rifles produced. The big stockpile of rifles meant that many variants could be created and put through trials. The No. 4 variant of the rifle was officially adopted by the British Army in 1941. The No. 4 had a longer barrel than previous variants, along with a new bayonet.

Strategy[edit | edit source]

Being a bolt action rifle, it is best used for medium to long range engagements. The 10 round magazine gives it the ability to keep firing downrange for a longer period of time than other bolt-action rifles of the time, such as the Karabiner 98 Kurz. However, it is a very poor choice for close range engagements due to the bolt-action nature of the weapon. One may equip a bayonet if the need arises but it is outperformed by semi and fully automatic rifles in Close Quarters Combat.

Variants[edit | edit source]

  • Lee Enfield No.4 - Most common rifle variant available to the most classes.
  • Lee Enfield + No32 Mk.III - Only available to the Marksman class. Cannot be reloaded with stripper clips.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

See also[edit | edit source]