The Royal Small Arms Factory gave the name "Enfield" to the world of small arms.

It was also the home of the Apprentices who trained there to become the skilled craftsmen and production engineers, who created some of the world's finest infantry weapons.

The famous "-EN" in the names of such weapons as the BREN, STEN, ARWEN, ADEN and RARDEN comes from the name ENFIELD.
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