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English: The Lee-Enfield was the British army's standard bolt action, magazine-fed, repeating rifle from 1895 until 1956. In various marks it was standard army issue for the first half of the 20th century, a momentous period which saw two world wars and the loss of Britain's empire; it was also used by many of Britain's commonwealth allies, including India, Australia and Canada. It fired the .303 British cartridge from a ten-round detachable box magazine, loaded from five-round chargers.
中文: 李-恩菲爾德步槍(Lee-Enfield)是1895年至1956年英軍的制式手動步槍,有大量衍生型,亦是英聯邦國家的制式裝備,包括加拿大、紐西蘭、澳洲、印度。