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American Rifleman
Vol. 160, no. 1 (January 2012), p. 64-69


Britain's primary World War II Sniper rifle, the bolt-action Lee-Enfield No. 4(T), chambered in .303 British, was perhaps the best sniping rifle of the war - when combined with the No. 32 telescopic sight. In fact, its 7.62 x 51mm NATO conversion served British snipers well into the 1990s