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A look at Britain's last Lee-Enfield: the L42A1 sniper rifle (VIDEO)
The guys over at The Firearm Blog got their hands on a Royal Small Arms Factory produced L42A1 Lee-Enfield rifle as issued to the Queen's snipers. The Brits used the Lee-Enfield in one form or another for over half of the 20th Century– using it as the ...
Top five deadliest sniper rifles in the world
L42A1 Enfield (UK): The L42A1 was a British Army sniper rifle chambered for the 7.62mm NATO cartridge which entered service in 1970. It was replaced by the Accuracy International L96 in 1985.
History's Greatest Sniper Rifles: The Lee Enfield No. 4 Mk. 1 (T)
Sniper rifles: British gun company aims high
But it wasn't until the end of the Falklands war that their small rifle business had its first major success. In the early 1980s, the British army began a search for a new sniper rifle to replace the Lee Enfield L42A1, a converted version of a 1950s rifle.
Special Duties Unit (SDU)
An SDU sniper in the team was seriously injured when having joint training with SEAL Team 6 in 1991, during a ship-boarding exercise.

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