By C. S. Ferris. The U.S. Rifle Model 1917 was a major part of American operations during World War 1. This book chronicles its development and production, with special attention given to dates of manufacture, inspection marks and the difference between models produced by the 3 manufacturers: Remington, Winchester and Eddystone. 187 Pages - Softcover.
Publisher: Scott-Duff Date of Publication: 2004 Number of Pages: 213
Summary of Material:
Informs the collector of details to be expected of an original or correct Model 1917 rifle. Includes finish, dates of
manufacture and serial number correlation, manufacturer and inspection markings, rebuild marks, differences in parts between
Winchester, Remington, Eddystone. Accoutrements chapter includes information on bayonets and scabbards, slings, grenade
launchers, cleaning equipment. Provides a historical background leading up to the manufacture of the rifle.
With foreword by Scott A. Duff
6" x 9" softcover.
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