The lee-enfield rifle, caliber .303, is the arm of the infantry and cavalry.
The man used his lee-enfield rifle and scarcely waited to take aim.
A squad of sepoys with 303 lee-enfield rifles was drawn up five paces in front of it and fired a volley at its forehead.
He seemed to understand the mechanism of the lee-enfield and made some fair shooting at a moving target at two hundred yards.
All had fixed bayonets; between the lee-enfield and one of the Arisakas there was a vacancy.
He was getting old and limped of one leg where a lee-enfield bullet had perforated the calf.