• 1913 Ross MkIII Rifle Manual

    1913 Ross MkIII Rifle Manual
    Handbook for the Canadian Service Rifle
    Stripping, Assembling and Tools (Parts 1 and 2)
    Format: 43 pages with diagrams


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    1913 Ross MkIII Rifle Manual
    Handbook for the Canadian Service Rifle
    Stripping, Assembling and Tools (Parts 1 and 2)


    This manual covers Stripping, Assembling and Tools for the Ross MkIII Canadian Service Rifle


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    1. 1907 Ross Rifle Handbook
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