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Question 1: The SMLE design was fairly expensive to manufacture because of the many ________ and machining operations required.
MetalworkingMetalworking terminologyBrake (sheet metal bending)Forging

Question 2:
In which of these wars was the Lee-Enfield used?
Anglo-Zulu War, First Boer War, numerous British colonial conflicts
Other: Gulf War, War in Afghanistan, and Iraq War
Numerous others
and numerous other conflicts.

Question 3: A redesign of the Lee-Metford which had been adopted by the British Army in 1888, the Lee-Enfield superseded the earlier ________, Martini-Enfield, and Lee-Metford rifles.
British military riflesMartini-HenrySnider-EnfieldWebley Revolver

Question 4: Note 2: GRI stands for "Georgius Rex, Imperator" (Latin for "King George, Emperor (of India)", denoting a rifle made during the ________.
British RajBengal PresidencyNorth BorneoBritish Empire

Question 5:
What is the origin of Lee-Enfield?
Blaby and Countesthorpe, Leicestershire, United Kingdom
Tomari, Okinawa, Ryu016Bkyu016B Kingdom
Newcastle upon Tyne, England, United Kingdom
United Kingdom

Question 6: De Lisle, was effectively an SMLE Mk III* receiver redesigned to take a ________ cartridge and associated magazine, with the barrel shortened and replaced with an integral silencer.
M1918 Browning Automatic RifleM1911 pistol.45 ACPM1917 Browning machine gun

Question 7:
What type is thing is Lee-Enfield?

Question 8:

Question 9: It was also used by the military forces of ________, India, and South Africa, among others.
BarbadosUnited StatesUnited KingdomCanada

Question 10:
What kind of service does Lee-Enfield get?
Local
1987–Present
Class C amplifier,
1907–present
















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