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I picked up an unaltered, as issued 1910 rifle about 7 years ago. Many of the Ross rifles had the chambers enlarged to handle poor quality .303 ammo issued in WWI (gritty, poor quality ammo) but my rifle never got that treatment. The fired rounds come from the chamber looking fine. I shoot cast bullets from it now and it is perhaps the most accurate 303 I own. The last time I shot it I had my (then) 15 year old son shooting milk jugs filled with colored water at 200 yards from a bench. He didn't miss one of them.

There used to me some Ross Rifle sites on the Net. YOu might look if you haven't already.~Andy
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