The British Lee-Enfiled rifle entered service with the British Army at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries. The rifle was in caliber .303 British. In service with the British Army and the Commonwealth until the 1960s, before it was replaced by the FN FAL rifle. This model is the Mk.3 version, the Mk.3 had a modified belt loading device which now took on an arc shape.
The replica is made by S&T Armament. The lock is made of iron and the stock is wooden, on the side with the original stamping of the British crown and number. The sight on the weapon is foldable and fully adjustable.
A very well-crafted weapon, it is suitable both for shooting and will be taken out even at a mere exhibition.
Inside we find a VSR standard hop-up rubber as well as an inner barrel. There is also a steel cylinder and a 90° trigger group assembly. The piston is made of high-quality aluminum. The body is made of high quality wood. The rest of the parts are made of metal, such as the bolt, cocking lever, sights, outer barrel and trigger. As with one of the few military replicas, there is also potential for upgrades.
Brand (Made for): S&T Armament
Manufacturer: S&T Armament
Country of manufacture: China
Function principle: manual
Firing mode: single shots
Caliber: BB 6mm
WEAPON BODY AND BARREL:
Weapon weight: 3420 g
Weapon length: 1130 mm
Barrel length: 570 mm
Weapon Body: Metal
Magazine capacity: 30 rounds
Magazine version: with compression spring
Outer body of the magazine: metal
Weapon compatibility with standard magazines: SC-MAG31
Damper mounting thread: no
Rail on the weapon for mounting the scope (collimator) on the weapon: no
R.I.S. rails on the weapon for mounting other accessories: no
INDICATIVE WEAPON OPERATING PARAMETERS:
Declared weapon life: 7,000 rounds
Approximate recommended ball weight: 0.28 - 0.32 g
Approximate measured muzzle velocity with 0.20 g BBS: 115 m/s
weapon, magazine, instruction manual.
ATTENTION: All the above technical data are indicative only and may be changed without prior notice. All weights, dimensions and speeds were measured with non-calibrated gauges for guidance only. The BAS recommendation is a subjective evaluation of the product.