The long awaited RWA Lee Enfield No.4 is here in all its glory. True to form, the gun is crafted from real wood and is a proud representation of the rifle fielded by the British Army back in the days of WWII. This rifle should be in every collector's collection as its a truly unique piece item.
- Full replication of the classic Lee Enfield No. 4.
- Real wood body construction.
- Fully adjustable hop up.
- Good for 120m/s/400fps.
- Comes with a 30 round magazine.
- Flip up and adjustable rear ladder sight.
During the late 1930s, the need for new rifles grew and the Rifle, No. 4 Mk I was officially adopted in 1941. The No. 4 action was similar to the Mk VI, but stronger and most importantly, easier to mass-produce. Unlike the SMLE, that had a nose cap, the No 4 Lee Enfield barrel protruded from the end of the forestock and the charger bridge was no longer rounded for easier machining. The iron sight line was redesigned and featured a rear receiver aperture battle sight calibrated for 300 yd (274 m) with an additional ladder aperture sight that could be flipped up and was calibrated for 200 - 1,300 yd (183 - 1,189 m) in 100 yd (91 m) increments. This sight line like other aperture sight lines proved to be faster and more accurate than the typical mid-barrel rear sight elements sight lines offered by Mause.
|Drivmiddel||Manuelt komprimeret luft|
|Modes||Enkelt - ladegreb for hvert skud|
|Mundingshastighed @ 0,20 gr||120 m/s|
|Anbefalet kuglevægt||0,20-0,30 gram|
|Interne dele, tuning & opgradering|
|Magasin, kapacitet||30 kugler|
|* Vægt||2.340 gram|
|* Mål||Længde: 1.100 mm|
|* Farve||Sort - Træ|
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