Lee Enfield

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$699.00
$699.00
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Lee Enfield 303

Steeped in history, and a favourite rifle of the armed forces of the British Empire for many years, M4A1 is proud to introduce the Lee Enfield 303 replica to the gel blaster market. The Lee Enfield is a bolt action, magazine-fed, CO2 powered repeating rifle.

 

Bayonet Mount

The barrel of the Lee Enfield is fitted with an original bayonet mount, iron sights and sling mounts, all wrapped in a classic (real) timber stock.

Bolt Action

A full functioning and all-metal bolt action is what operates this gel blaster. Giving you a realistic firing action every time you take a shot. The CO2 bulb fits into the magazine which holds your gels.

Perfect For the Reenactor

This perfectly finished Lee Enfield will be at home in any collection or on the field of your next Live Action Role Play game.

Due to the power of this gel blaster, the Lee Enfield must use AUSGEL Ultra gels. Furthermore, the bolt must be in the rearward position to remove or insert the magazine, failure to do so will damage the magazine or magazine latch.

 

 

Please remember to check all local laws regarding the usage and ownership of gel blasters in your particular State or Territory.
Use protective eyewear at ALL times as incorrect usage can lead to eye damage.
Gelblasters must be concealed during transport and used in designated areas.
* Note gels supplied are usually of low quality it is highly recommended to use Ausgel gels for best results

 

  • Full timber stock and handguard
  • Metal receiver, inner and outer barrel
  • Brass butt plate
  • 300+FPS with a fresh CO2 bulb

 

  • Lee Enfield Gel Blaster
  • CO2 Magazine
  • Speedloader
  • Allen Key
  • Safety Glasses

Customer Reviews

Based on 20 reviews
85%
(17)
15%
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Asher Healey
More for display

Its an amazing gun, looks great, but as the only person in my group without a full automatic I can safely say its better for display, although its range is great I end up getting hammered with bullets

O
Owen Stafford Scott
Beautiful replica

Many thanks, this replica is truly beyond belief. Just needs a sling and canvas carry bag.

S
Steven Brooker

Haven't used it yet but ,so real looking actions great looks great on the wall

A
Ashlee McGinn
Lee Enfield great gun

Exactly what I wanted a 303 to use in displays for Lighthorse exactly what I wanted very happy

J
Justin Robinson
SMLE

This gun is good, it feels great and it's sturdy. First off the looks it looks great but there are a few inaccuracies compared to the real one, the big one is that the middle sling area isn't accurate and isn't curved in unlike the real one (The Denix replica has the same problem, which i'd presume this was based on). The pull of the bolt is shorter than the real one, there is a small peace missing at the front of the mag but these are just minor details and from a quick glance you won't really notice them. You can actually equip a bayonet to the front of the gun but I had Dremel a bit of the lug to actually fit it in nicely but it does fit. Now on to a gameplay standpoint, this is a heavy gun and I don't think people would be running around with this thing for the whole day. It also doesn't hold a lot of gels only 6 which is 4 shy of what the actual Enfield hold in real life. Since it only holds a limited amount of gels you need to reload it quite a bit and since there aren't any magazines on the market I would recommend holding off using it on the field. If you want a classic bolt action to use, i'd recommend using the K98 which holds 5 but you have extra shells you can reload realistically. The price is ok but i'd buy it on sale if you can. I just wanted a Lee Enfield for a long time and if you can't get a real one this is your next best thing, if you want a wall hanger this is good not 100% accurate but it's 95% accurate. If you're a collector this is the gun for you, if you're a reenactor (like me) this is a good starting gun to have and if you're not the centre point of attention I would say not many people would notice those small missing details. If you're a cosplayer (Like me again) and just want to take some photos with it, then this would be perfect for you as well.

Overall this is a good, nice and fun little piece of history to have and I give it 4/5 stars only because of those details missing. Hoping one day in the near future there might be a Bren gun, so I could have a small collection of British WW2 items for reenacting.

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Lee Enfield

Customer Reviews

Based on 20 reviews
85%
(17)
15%
(3)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
A
Asher Healey
More for display

Its an amazing gun, looks great, but as the only person in my group without a full automatic I can safely say its better for display, although its range is great I end up getting hammered with bullets

O
Owen Stafford Scott
Beautiful replica

Many thanks, this replica is truly beyond belief. Just needs a sling and canvas carry bag.

S
Steven Brooker

Haven't used it yet but ,so real looking actions great looks great on the wall

A
Ashlee McGinn
Lee Enfield great gun

Exactly what I wanted a 303 to use in displays for Lighthorse exactly what I wanted very happy

J
Justin Robinson
SMLE

This gun is good, it feels great and it's sturdy. First off the looks it looks great but there are a few inaccuracies compared to the real one, the big one is that the middle sling area isn't accurate and isn't curved in unlike the real one (The Denix replica has the same problem, which i'd presume this was based on). The pull of the bolt is shorter than the real one, there is a small peace missing at the front of the mag but these are just minor details and from a quick glance you won't really notice them. You can actually equip a bayonet to the front of the gun but I had Dremel a bit of the lug to actually fit it in nicely but it does fit. Now on to a gameplay standpoint, this is a heavy gun and I don't think people would be running around with this thing for the whole day. It also doesn't hold a lot of gels only 6 which is 4 shy of what the actual Enfield hold in real life. Since it only holds a limited amount of gels you need to reload it quite a bit and since there aren't any magazines on the market I would recommend holding off using it on the field. If you want a classic bolt action to use, i'd recommend using the K98 which holds 5 but you have extra shells you can reload realistically. The price is ok but i'd buy it on sale if you can. I just wanted a Lee Enfield for a long time and if you can't get a real one this is your next best thing, if you want a wall hanger this is good not 100% accurate but it's 95% accurate. If you're a collector this is the gun for you, if you're a reenactor (like me) this is a good starting gun to have and if you're not the centre point of attention I would say not many people would notice those small missing details. If you're a cosplayer (Like me again) and just want to take some photos with it, then this would be perfect for you as well.

Overall this is a good, nice and fun little piece of history to have and I give it 4/5 stars only because of those details missing. Hoping one day in the near future there might be a Bren gun, so I could have a small collection of British WW2 items for reenacting.