WW1 CANADIAN ROSS MARK II RIFLE

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Item Code: 698-35

The Ross adopted in 1903 by the Canadian military. It is chambered for the .303 cartridge. The Mark II was introduced in 1905. It has a modified rear sight and the longer handguard. The receiver is marked “ROSS RIFLE CO. QUEBEC CANADA  1905”.

This rifle was sold to the United States for training. It has a U.S. and an ordnance bomb stamped on the grip. Handguard is missing.

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