Military Weapons From The Past: The 1941 British ‘Simplified Rifle’

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A Crude Rifle for Desperate Times

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Talk about scary.

I think I would stick with my old trusty .455 Webley before I risked my life shooting that thing.

Stay Alert, Stay Armed and Stay Dangerous!

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  2. I would love to have one of these prototypes. I have a “last ditch” Arisaka Type 99 that many claim is scary. I’ve fired it several times and found it to be smooth, accurate, and a real joy to handle.

    • Arisakas are nice. I have two I bought from a now deceased WW2 vet back in the early nineties. One of them is a shooter and the other is in such good condition it stays in a gun sock in the safe.

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