special safety stop. The upper end of the trigger has two ribs which furnish the military double pull in the same manner as the British S.M.L.E.

The most common magazine is of a box type with an interesting type of follower construction clearly shown in the drawing. It may be loaded with the British charger-clip, cartridges being stripped in through the top of the open action.

The Mark 1 Ross was made in very limited quantities. The Mark II or 1905 was made in several variations. Early production has a tangent type rear sight and a cut-off which was operated by a lever just forward of the trigger. The Mark II* has a leaf-type rear sight. Some Mark II rifles may be found with two rear sights—the standard leaf mounted ahead of the receiver and a target-type leaf mounted at the rear of the receiver. There is also a version of the Mark II, the Mark II**, with target leaf rear sight mounted 011 the receiver and a 30.5-inch barrel rather than the 28-inch barrel as on other variations of the Mark II.

Hunting Mastery Selected Tips

Hunting Mastery Selected Tips

Deer hunting is an interesting thing that reminds you of those golden old ages of 19th centuries, where a handsome hunk well equipped with all hunting material rides on horse searching for his target animal either for the purpose of displaying his masculine powers or for enticing and wooing his lady love.

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