Lee-Enfield rifle

noun \ ˈlēˈenˌfēld- \

Definition of Lee-Enfield rifle

: a short repeating British military rifle fed from a magazine and fitted with a knife bayonet

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Origin and Etymology of lee-enfield rifle

James P. Lee †1904 American inventor born in Scotland + Enfield, town near London, England


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