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No Make Identified Ross


Information taken from Wikipedia

The Ross rifle was a notoriously inefficient straight-pull bolt action .303 inch calibre rifle produced in Canada from 1903 until the middle of the First World War. The Ross .303 had many faults in the adverse environment imposed by trench warfare, and after numerous complaints the replacement of all Ross rifles in the three Canadian Divisions by the Lee-Enfield was ordered.




Specifications
Country of Origin: Canada
Date: 1903
Caliber: 7.7mm (.303in)
Operation: Bolt action
Weight: 4.48 kg
Overall Length: 1285mm (50.6in)
Barrel Length: 765mm (30.1in)
Muzzle Velocity: 792m/sec (2600ft/sec)
Feed / Magazine: 5-round magazine
Range: 500m (1640ft)

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