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Discussion in 'General Military Arms & History Forum' started by merc, Jul 10, 2003.

  1. Smoke Rise'n

    Smoke Rise'n New Member

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    1903 Springfield
    1903A3 Remington
    M-1 Garand Springfield
    M-1 Carbine Winchester
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    If you mean U.S. gov: No.
  3. warriflefan

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    The russians did some prototype M95's with a gas piston for automatic fire. You can see some similarity between the designs of the rotating bolt head with a non rotating bolt carrier between this and the russian semi auto rifles.

    http://www.hungariae.com/Mann95Ru.htm
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    Hey, is my 1887 Springfield trapdoor a rare collectors item? What's it worth?
    Sorry I have holding out on you guys about this piece of history on my mantle.
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