Lee Speed
Production Information

RSAF Enfield

Birmingham Small Arms Company


Bolt action rifle

Technical Specifications
Total length

49.5 inches

Barrel length

30.2 inches




.404 in

Magazine capacity

5 or 10 round

Muzzle velocity

2,040 ft/s (620 m/s)


24 rpm

The Lee-Speed rifle was a bolt action rifle based on James Paris Lee's rear-locking bolt system and detachable magazine. Early models were fitted with barrels using the radiused rifling developed by William Ellis Metford[1], while later models used the Enfield rifling as contemporary British rifles.

The weapon was a sporting variant of the Lee-Metford and Lee-Enfield rifles made for civilian shooters. However, it was frequently bought by Army officers who wanted a firearm made to a higher standard than the issued rifle.

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