It was a duel, fought high in the hills in Italy. A duel between a Mauser carbine and a Lee Enfield 303. Both riflemen were experts, but it was the Lee Enfield that won.
Why? Because it was being fired by Peter Trelawney, who never missed. Peter was a quiet young chap who didn’t look much of a fighter. But he was the son of the famous Tiger Trelawney, which meant that the blood of heroes ran in his veins.