The Lee-Enfield No. 4 Mk I Rifle Short is a variant of the British Lee-Enfield rifles. The first Lee-Enfield models were designed in 1895, but the No 4 variant was designed in 1939 to answer to the need of easily manufactured rifles of the carbine. They were adopted to the British, Canadian, Australian (and other Commonwealth countries). Armed Forces in 1941, where it saw mass-production. Many wartime No. 4 rifles were manufactured in Canada due to a shortage of supplies in Great Britain, and due to the damage caused to British manufacturing by the German Luftwaffe during the Blitz.
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The No4Sniper is a scoped variant of the No 4 rifle. It is issued to the Scout kits of the USMC, Red Army and British Army. It shares the same exact properties as the No 4 rifle, but has a much larger amount of zoom. The bolt can only be worked out of scoped view; firing will cause the player to unscope and work the bolt.
Battlefield 1942: The Road to RomeEdit
In the The Road to Rome expansion, the Engineer kit receives a bayonet for the No 4 which can potentially make the rifle more reliable for point-blank engagements. It is also issued to Free French Forces' Engineer and Scout kits.
Battlefield 1942: Secret Weapons of WWIIEdit
In Battlefield 1942: Secret Weapons of WWII, the No 4 is issued to the Special Air Service's Scout kit.
World War II modEdit
In the Battlefield Vietnam's official WWII mod, the No 4 Sniper is the standard sniper rifle of the USMC, issued uniquely to the Scout kit. Its stats are the same as many of the rifles in the base Battlefield Vietnam, which, by extension, have many of the same stats as the Battlefield 1942 rifles. It can kill with a single round to the head or two to the torso. It reloads one round at a time, instead inserting a clip of five rounds like in the previous game, which means it can be reloaded without the loss of any ammunition at the cost of a long reload.