The 1910 MKIIIB was made in Canada by the Ross Rifle Co. under contract for the British goverment during WW1,
it is almost identical to the Canadian Ross 1910 MKIII except for the front and rearsight.
Close-up of the action.
Close-up of the straight-pull bolt, note the threaded bolt head.
Markings on the receiver of the Ross rifle .
Close-up of the rearsight in the raised position, this sight was only used on the British contract rifles.
Close-up of the front sight on the MKIIIB, it is similar to the sight used on the Pattern 14 rifle.
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