Godsal rifle
Country of origin

Great Britain


Philip Thomas Godsal

Year(s) designed

1902 - 1903

Weapon type



.303 British


Manually operated, bolt-action

Magazine/Cylinder capacity

5-round internal magazine

The Godsal rifle, along with the Thorneycroft Carbine, was an early bullpup rifle designed by Major Philip Thomas Godsal in the early 1900s.

Design detailsEdit

The Godsal rifle is a bolt-action rifle with a wooden stock of a bullpup configuration. It has an ammo capacity of five rounds, and uses the .303 British round.

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