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Ross Rifle - Sir Sam Hughes - We were there

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Canadian Soldiers Turning in Their Mark 2 Ross Rifles, Kingston, Ontario, June 2, 1915
The 1st Division was equipped with Ross Rifles in the trenches at Ypres. There were serious problems with it and it was eventually replaced by the Lee-Enfield. The Ross continued to be used as the training rifle in Canada and England.

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