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Royal Marines Commando Firing LSW

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Royal Marines Commando with LSW
Photo of a Royal Marine firing a Light Support Weapon (LSW) on the range. The LSW is a variant of the SA80 (L85) assault rifle with a heavier, longer barrel and bipod. Problems with firing the LSW in sustained automatic fire mean that it is often fired in semi-automatic mode. With bipod deployed, the LSW is a very accurate weapon.
Photographer:Ian Danbury | Agency:
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