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by William H. Tantum

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ISBN:
0919316085
Author:
William H. Tantum
Language:
English
Publisher:
Museum Restoration Service; F First Edition edition (April 1971)
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32 pages
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The rifles and sniper techniques of the . Britain, Canada, Russia, Germany and Japan ln World Wars I and II are described. 32 pp. 32 illustrations. ISBN13:9780919316089.

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Arms of the First World War. The Battle of Waterloo. Hundred Years' War. The Tower Armouries.

Sniper Rifles of Two World Wars by William H. Tantum, I. Description: Canada's importance in World War II was largely due to her ability to provide good men and arms of quality, in quantity. Tantum, IV. 32 pg. 32 . .Description: Canada's importance in World War II was largely due to her ability to provide good men and arms of quality, in quantity Item Light 6-Pounder Battalion Gun of 1776 Rev War Cannon.

TANTUM, WILLIAM H. 4TH (Author) HISTORICAL ARMS SERIES; NO. 8 (Author) Museum Restoration Service (Publisher) Books. 8 (Author) Museum Restoration Service (Publisher). Marine Corps scout-sniper World War II and Korea. Imperial War Museums home Connect with IWM.

At the beginning of World War II, the Australian Army was continuing with .

At the beginning of World War II, the Australian Army was continuing with the practice of sourcing military equipment from the United Kingdom as it had done in the colonial era and the first three decades of the twentieth century. During the 1980s traditional long-arms such as the L1A1 Self-Loading Rifle (SLR) were phased out and finally withdrawn from front line service by 1990, and replaced by the locally produced F88 Austeyr, a derivative of the Austrian Steyr AUG which is still in service as of 2008.

Tantum, William, Sniper Rifles of Two Wars. Historical Arms Series no. 8. Museum Restoration Service, 1967. Progress Publishers, 1970. Werth, Alexander, Russia at War, 1941–1945.

The United States had two primary types of sniper rifles during World War One, although both were based . The third rifle we are looking at in this video is a very interesting example of a competitive rifle from the pre-WWI period

The United States had two primary types of sniper rifles during World War One, although both were based on the M1903 Springfield rifle. The most common optic used was the Warner & Swasey Telescopic Musket Sight, a rather clumsy prismatic optic mounted on the left side of the rifle, on a detachable rail. The model 1908 W&S offered 6 power magnification, which was reduced to . x in the 1913 model in an effort to increase field of view. The third rifle we are looking at in this video is a very interesting example of a competitive rifle from the pre-WWI period. It is a 1903 Springfield fitted with a commercial A5 scope and Mann bases.

Binding: Softcover, Wraps. Author: William H. Subject: Sniper Rilfes. Listing type: FixedPriceItem. SKU: Historical Arms Series (HAS-08). Item also listed in Collectibles:Militaria:WW II (1939-45):Original Period Items:Great Britain:Books

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Sniper Rifles of Two World Wars by William H. Tantum, IV. The rifles and sniper techniques of the U.S., Britain, Canada, Russia, Germany and Japan ln World Wars I and II are described. 32 pp. 32 illustrations.