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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Mauser Gewehr 98 Springfield M1903 World War IAmerica vs Germany -Equipped with a 10’’ rod bayonet ( infantry rifle of the American Army from WWI to WWII. (military factory)-German Mauser is the origin. (military factory)-Used as a sniper rifle after the iron sights removed and a scope replaced it (military factory)-.30-03 original cartridge (armed forces museum)-.30-06 replaced (armed forces museum)-Bolt-action Rifle-In service from 1903 to 1974-Rate of Fire: 15 rounds per minute-Muzzle Velocity: 2,800 feet per second-Operational Range: 656 yards-Maximum Range: Up to 2,500 yards (Armed forces museum) “-Designed by Peter Paul and Wilhelm Mauser -Manually operated-Magazine fed-49 in in length -9 lbs.-29 inch long barrel-Carries 5 rounds-Two sling Swivels-Open front sights -Curved tangent-type rear sight, or the Lange Visier (Gewehr 98)"-"Caliber: 7.92x57 mm-8.5 pds in weight ("Mauser model 98 (Germany")" Resourses JR Potts, AUS 173d AB and Dan Alex (7/20/2014). Military Factory. Retrieved from Staff Writer (7/20/2014). Military Factory. Retrieved from Author,(N.D). Armed Forces History Museum. Retrieved from Kennedy Hickman (N.D). World War l: M1903 Springfield Rifle.Retrieved from David Tong (N.D.). Where It All Began: The Gewehr 98 Mauser Rifle.Retrieved from: Author, (N.D.). Gewehr 98 (standard German infantry rifle of World War l)Retrieved from Max R. Popenker (N.D.). Mauser model 98Retrieved from
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