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  1. Weapons of the British Commonwealth
    I am very pleased to add a Canadian component to my First World War infantry rifle collection: a Ross Rifle Mk.III AKA Ross Model 1910. The original serial number on the butt is 139JU over the date of 1916. What appears to be an assembly number "W15" is stamped on the underside of the barrel, on...
  2. The Lee-Enfield Forum
    Hello everyone I am new to Ross M10, recently have my eyes on a Ross M10, believed to be a HMS Canada Ross M10. It has DA marking on the side of the receiver, "M" with number on the top of the stock wrist, British proof marking on the top of the receiver. However on the right side of the...
  3. Militaria-Swords-Bayonets- Edged Weapons Forum
    I recently picked this up from a friend because it's the cleanest Ross bayonet I've ever seen. Research is telling me that it's a Mk. 1 trials bayonet though I'd like to hear from more experienced collectors. The frog reads 5th PNRS which I assume refers to the 5th Pioneers which briefly existed...
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