Does anyone think the LSW has any kind of future in the British Army. Obviously, it is very out of fasion now and hasn't benefitted from the bounce back in regard for it's little brother. But has it really been totally outclassed by the LMG? In terms of section level supportive fire, many would opt for the LMG for it's ability to get rounds down quickly. But the LMG does have the limitations of range and accuracy that the LSW could fill.. I think the main problem with the LSW is it's round capacity. A true support weapon should surely have a larger capacity than the IWs it is meant to be supporting... Could something as simple as manufacturing something similar to the 'C-Mag' give the LSW a new lease of life?