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  1. Jun 25,  · Article content. The Canadian Rangers — a sub-component of the Canadian Armed Forces Reserve that patrols the north and other remote areas — are finally getting new rifles .
  2. Dec 05,  · Chicago, USA's very own Canadian Rifle stopped off at The Salty Dog (Northwich, England) on their tour, here's a snippet!
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  4. The Royal Canadian Rifle Regiment of the British Army was raised in for service in niticarpetemetchblogmenretapterwna.coinfo members were veterans of service in other regiments of the British Army. Formation. The concern which led to the creation of the regiment was the continuing problem of desertion.
  5. Made for Defense Research and Development Canada (DRDC, or RDDC in French), the rifle has been in development since , designed to give Canadian troops a lighter, better weapon.
  6. Oct 27,  · The Ottawa Citizen has reported that up to 9, rifles will be de-activated and donated to the Canadian Army Cadets, while as many as another 5, will be made available to any of the Rangers who want to take their work rifle home.
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  8. Ed Holloway, in his book Confederate Longarms and Pistols makes a good case that the M Rifle was built by English Gunmaker Walter Watson in Fayetteville, NC, for the Confederate firm Murdock Morrison (thus explaining the "M" stamped on the lock plate). Holloway notes several M Rifles exist that were stamped with Watson's cartouche. Holloway also noted that many of the rifles were crudely built.
  9. Aug 23,  · In , Public Works put out a call to companies for specifications for 10, replacement rifles, but defence industry sources have said that the program has been held up over concern about who holds the design rights on certain weapons. The Canadian Forces did not immediately respond to questions about the rifles.

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