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  1. Very good:rofl::rofl: The stock has to be...

    Very good:rofl::rofl:

    The stock has to be worth $300.
  2. Ross M-10 Commercial .280 Ross sporter sold

    https://www.gunpost.ca/firearms/rifles/calgary/ross-280-m-10-wwi-rifle


    Well, somebody scored big time.
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    Congratulations. From what I can tell, you have...

    Congratulations. From what I can tell, you have an original Ross 1905 Mk II 3* no. 354BN issued in 1910 complete with the correct bayonet (un-altered), sold to the US government for training...
  4. I was following your previous posts with...

    I was following your previous posts with interest.

    The Ross sporting rifle tends to be something of an icon, particularly the .280 Ross. Individuals interested in the Ross are more likely to want...
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    Thanks AGB. That was very interesting, and...

    Thanks AGB. That was very interesting, and useful.
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    Is it rubbing on the stock?

    Is it rubbing on the stock?
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    Good luck on your project. Its great to see...

    Good luck on your project. Its great to see someone prepared to undertake this type of restoration project.
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    A lovely looking rifle - I like a happy ending. ...

    A lovely looking rifle - I like a happy ending. Remember, 7.62x51 NATO, not .308 Win. (unless the bolt won't close on a .308 Win. 'Field' headspace gauge.)
  9. It puts my teeth on edge when something is worth...

    It puts my teeth on edge when something is worth more in parts, than as a whole - and not just a case of being nickled and dimed to death. However, when you need something, you need it.
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    I agree, but easier to replace, if lost, damaged,...

    I agree, but easier to replace, if lost, damaged, or stolen.
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    The option of a short or long magazine goes all...

    The option of a short or long magazine goes all the way back to the "Lee-Speed" sporters manufactured by L.S.A. Co. Ld. and B.S.A. Co.

    Many sportsmen like the look of the short magazine, but use a...
  12. All of the items he has for sale tend to be...

    All of the items he has for sale tend to be pricey, but the heart wants what the heart wants.:dancingbanana:

    Question is, were the Canadian Rangers issued the No. 4 Mk. 2, or is he selling a...
  13. Canadian Ranger No. 4 Mk 2 w/ Provenance and Acc's

    https://www.gunpost.ca/firearms/rifles/winnipeg/canadian-ranger-no-4-mk-2-w-provenance-and-accs

    Not my area of expertise, but I thought that prior to being issued the Colt C-19 (C19 Ranger...
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    Don't keep us in suspenders - what was the...

    Don't keep us in suspenders - what was the solution to the problem?:clap:
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    [/COLOR]https://ia801007.us.archive.org/7/items/ro...

    [/COLOR]https://ia801007.us.archive.org/7/items/rossriflehandbook1907/RossRifleHandbook1907.pdf


    I couldn't find a pdf of the 1907 Canadian Government Ross Rifle Handbook on the Milsurps site. ...
  16. Now that's what I call a family heirloom:lol:

    Now that's what I call a family heirloom:lol:
  17. Disappointing - I would really like to have seen...

    Disappointing - I would really like to have seen the rifle.
  18. O.K. my bad. I suggest that you read the...

    O.K. my bad. I suggest that you read the following two articles:

    https://www.ammoland.com/2020/10/7-62-nato-vs-308-winchester-ammo-whats-the-difference/#axzz6wqgXmK6h
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  19. Standard proofing was set at 19 tons/psi. I...

    Standard proofing was set at 19 tons/psi. I believe that competition regulations were revised so that only rifles proofed to 20 tons/psi were allowed. If yours is proofed at that level, you should...
  20. I suggest that you read the following, before you...

    I suggest that you read the following, before you start:

    https://www.milsurps.com/showthread.php?t=20339
  21. The Maxwell Smart syndrome: "Missed it by that...

    The Maxwell Smart syndrome: "Missed it by that much...!"
  22. Lee-Enfield (BSA) NO 4 MK T SNIPER W SCOPE

    Lee-Enfield (BSA) NO 4 MK T SNIPER W SCOPE

    https://ellwoodepps.com/catalog/product/view/id/255016/s/lee-enfield-bsa-no-4-mk-t-sniper-w-scope/category/5/
  23. Thread: Ross Sniper

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    Nice clean uniform and polished boots; I...

    Nice clean uniform and polished boots; I wouldn't want to shoot a Lee-Enfield Rifle No.2 Mk.IV* from that perch, let alone a Ross MkIII sniper.
  24. Thread: Ross Sniper

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    Visited this sight before - very interesting.

    Visited this sight before - very interesting.
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    The rifle is dated "1917" on the butt stock, and...

    The rifle is dated "1917" on the butt stock, and I believe that the "LC" is a Ross factory stamp. It is both "George Rex" and "broad arrow" marked. The bolt does not have a "safety rivet".
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