In EXCELLENT 100% factory original condition we have a fine example of an October,1918 produced Winchester Made M1917 Service Rifle. This was the Main Service Rifle of the American Expeditionary Forces in WW1. This example is still straight up as WWI issued; it has not been reworked, overhauled or arsenal rebuilt. What makes this rifle even more interesting is that it was sent to Canada during 1940 to arm the Canadians as evidenced by the “C broad arrow” markings found on both the stock and the receiver as well as the bayonet that is included with the rifle. These rifles saw considerable use with the Army and the RCAF during the war. especially with artillery and transport units. Finding a Winchester Made example in this top condition is not easy we just do not ever see them. Although very heavy even by contemporary standards of the era, this was a sturdy and very accurate rifle and it remained in secondary service right through to the end of WWII. The most sought after are the Winchester made examples and looking at this one you certainly can see why.
WED MAR 11, US WW1 WINCHESTER M-1917 “ENFIELD” SERVICE RIFLE, 10-18 PRODUCTION,ORIGINAL NON REWORK, RARE WW2 CANADIAN ISSUE & CANADIAN MARKED BAYONET TOO!
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