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CharltonAutomaticRifle
Charlton Automatic Rifle
Country of origin

New Zealand

Manufacturer(s)

?

Designer(s)

Philip Charlton

Year(s) designed

1941

Production began

1942

Production ended

1945

Weapon type

Rifle

Caliber

.303 British

Action

Gas-operated semi-automatic

Overall length

44.5 in (1150 mm)

Weight

16 lb (7.3 kg), unloaded

Magazine/Cylinder capacity

10-round magazine or 30-round Bren gun magazine

Used by

New Zealand


The Charlton Automatic Rifle is a New Zealander rifle conversion of the Lee Enfield designed by Philip Charlton in 1941 to replace the Lewis and Bren machine guns.

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