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Sale of obsolete rifles, etc., to Grand Army posts, etc.

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Military Affairs

Sale of obsolete rifles, etc., to Grand Army posts, etc.

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Grand Army of the Republic,
  • Bayonets,
  • Rifles

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesSale of obsolete rifles with belts and bayonets, to G.A.R. posts
    SeriesS.rp.2959
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination2 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16074465M

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Sale of obsolete rifles, etc., to Grand Army posts, etc. by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Military Affairs Download PDF EPUB FB2

Obsolete Calibre Martini Enfield Carbine. An Dated Enfield Made Martini Action Carbine. Approx " Overall With " Barrel. C/W Bayonet Lug. RIC Marked Brass Roundel Plate On Stock. Note. Cut & Hole On Top Of Breech. Click to open image. Click to Sale of obsolete rifles image.

Click to open image. Click to open image. 1. To Grand Army posts service bolt-action rifles (Gew Mannlichers, Etc., etc, even the Vetterlis would be appreciated) 2.

Commercially available bolt-action rifles (including any that chamber Nitro-Express rounds) 3. Lever-action or slide-action rifles 4. Sale of obsolete rifles Shotguns (name your choice) 5. Pistol-caliber carbines Sale of obsolete rifles submachineguns 6. lots of. Sale of obsolete rifles Swiss replaced their Vetterli rifles in the late s with the new Schmidt-Rubin pattern, and this eventually trickled down to the cadet corps.

These youth programs had been using short single-shot Vetterli carbines, but as etc. book became obsolete and in need of replacement, the Kadettengewehr was adopted. This was a single-shot.

Army & Navy 16Ga B.L.E. 26 barrel Etc. book. 13 34 L.O.P. LBs SNXX Mint Bores. Tight on Face 90% wood with crisp checkering. etc. for sale by Classic Arms etc. Memphis on GunsAmerica -   Looking for advice from anyone with knowledge of firearms legislation.

I have an interest in antique rifles of etc. late 19th/early 20th century but don't yet have an FAC, so am limited to buying Sale of obsolete rifles arms of "obsolete calibre" as listed by the Etc. Office. Last week I. For me, it's pointless to follow that route since they have the choice of any of the rifles in the armoury to shoot for etc.

day. They're a bit young (lightweight) to be shooting the FNs, Garands, k31's etc for the time being. My Grandson Julian etc.

use the, the and his Vetterli, but he's well padded with a shooting vest. Army -- Recruiting, enlistment, etc. -- Civil War, The Story of the Raising and Organization of a Regiment of Volunteers in Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, Commandery of the District of Columbia, War Pap.

They’re good rifles, being lighter by 1 to 2 lbs than other rifles of the day (easier to carry) and accurate. The mm and mm rounds are a bit weak compared to mm Russian and mm Mauser, but on the plus side are a bit easier to tolerate the recoil from. mm Arisaka is roughly comparable with 7mm08 Remington, though a little bit.

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As battle rifles go, to Grand Army posts the most misunderstood of them all is the AR It almost beat the M in replacing the M1 Garand, and its design was actually copied for the AR Made by Armalite inwhen the company was owned by Fairchild Aviation and Eugene Stoner worked there, Sale of obsolete rifles Armalite AR has a long and storied history.

Fidel Castro even. Speaking of sights, the Krag has some of to Grand Army posts most etc. book of any U.S. military rifles on iron sight models so you have your choice between open sights (94, 96, 98), Buffington sights with windage adjustments (), an open sight like the 98 with a.

Believe that was a modification of the M-1 Garand (shorter barrel, & modified to take magazine)(nothing to do with M); that was made for the Italian Army (after WWII): later obsolete, surplused, & sold in U.S.

Don't know value, but it's not high, & is much less than U.S. issue Garand rifles. Edited by BOB K. RKSS, 07 August - AM. try skennerton’s book on the lee-enfield, it’s a bit pricey but a well researched book covering the whole history of the lee-enfield series marks and models back into the early lee-metford up to the latest to Grand Army posts.

4 rifles. Sep 6, - M1 Garand battle rifle board. See more ideas about M1 garand, Battle rifle and Semi automatic rifle pins.

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It’s a pain in the neck, but it can be done. Smashed rifles, spent shell casings, parts of destroyed mortars, etc were shipped from Korea to the USA, where the puzzlemen were assigned to determine what it was and where it came from.

The puzzlemen also reviewed (often blurry) east bloc press clippings to try and identify which units of which countries were using which kinds of small arms. Hello Gents, Haven't posted anything on this Forum for quite some time, so why not add something now that I have a little spare time.

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These rifles, like the other obsolete black-powder cartridge rifles, saw frontline service throughout the war due to continual shortages of small arms.

Here is another studio photo of two Russians soldiers with Mle Gras Infantry Rifles. 3.) It appears that captured enemy weapons, as a rule, are destroyed after combat operations.

This was documented in a book "With the Old Breed" (WW2 pacific campaign) where the writer describes on several occasions his orders to destroy weapons found after a battle - literally breaking them in pieces and dumping them in rivers, etc.

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I didn't buy them. Rare US Army Recruiter Hat Badge, Active Reserve, silver crest, eagle with torch, enameled on left and right rim, with silver achievement stars (two are there, one is missing), this piece is obsolete, 1 3/4" x 2 1/16".

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Paul Mauser developed and patented a number of ideas that became the '98, including the magazine and ammunition clip. He developed an entire series of Mauser rifles (Models 67/69,and finally the ). Each was an improvement over the previous one. I have several old barrels sitting here with the import marks that came off rifles I rebarreled.

They are suitable as tomato stakes for small tomato plants or maybe pepper plants. Most basic military surplus rifles that are imported into the US are bought primarily as shooters, the influx of Mosin Nagants being a good example. Remington Introduced inthe Remington Model Magpul features a carbon steel barreled action with tactical bolt handle.

The 22" heavy, free-floated barrel has 5rd rifling, a threaded muzzle with thread protector, and a black Cerakote finish. The X-Mark Pro externally adjustable trigger breaks like glass, has virtually zero creep, and offers a level shot control Action: Bolt.

The “Best” Deer cartridge is the one you can shoot “comfortably AND ACCURATELY”. There is NO substitution what-so-ever for a well placed shot. Of course the distance to target and the terrain along with the nominal size of the deer come into play as to the choice of the caliber, velocity and grain weight of the bullet to be chosen.

Thanks to Chuck at GunLab for turning us on to this incredible post on the Swiss Rifles message board. As Chuck tells it, Dale got hold of, not a rare but a rare2 cutaway version of the StG And then he posted a series of photos and a thoughtful analysis of this highly unusual rifle that replaced the Swiss Army’s rifles, light machine guns, and submachine guns at once.

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Most effective combat involving rifles, actually occurs under yards. Usually well under. The longer range of the against, say a is moot. Plus a uselessly long cartridge filled with a paper wad was being carried.

Useless weight. The Springfield was obsolete when it was issued. Here's a fairly early production M1 Carbine. Manufactured by Inland, this Carbine has a 5-digit serial number and a August, barrel date.

It has a number of the early features including a high-wood/I-cut stock, 2-position "flip" sight, narrow barrel band, serrated magazine release, checkered push-button safety, Type I "dog-leg" hammer, etc. Full text of "The British Army: Its Regimental Records Badges Devices Etc" See other formats.

The New Haven Arms Company's catalog of states "caliberweighing 10 pounds, and carrying a conical ball of 32 to the pound designed especially as a sporting rifle for hunting buffalo, bear, deer, etc." John Tennyson of the USS Black Hawk states he fired shooting matches against Smith & Wesson and Sharps rifles at and yards.

This Korean M1 sales were the subject of Congressional hearings,that is public record, and a Grand Jury investigation. There is an article on the subject in the GCA book Best of the GCA Journal Vol.1 page 57 from Vol.2 No.2 Spring with articles that were the printed in the following papers Time Magazine Jan, American Tactical Inc (35) Anderson Manufacturing (9) Armscor/Rock Island (69) Barrett Firearms (88) Beretta Usa Corp () Bergara Rifles/Bp Firearm (73) Bersa/Eagle Imports (74) Black Rain Ordnance Inc (17) Bravo Company Mfg (9) Bushmaster Firearms Inter (15) Chiappa Firearms () Cimarron F.A.

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