The Ross Rifle was a .303 inch rifle made in Canada between 1903 and 1918. It was used by Canadian Forces during World War One. The rifle was produced by Canada in 1903 to 1916. The rifle used a .303 Cartridge and a 5-round stripper clip. The Ross Rifle had many faults in trench warfare because of the environment and they were soon replaced by the Lee-Enfield rifle in 1916, even though Canadian snipers had a fondness for the weapon. Ross rifles were used for training troops in Canada, the United Kingdom and the United States.
- ↑ Phillips, J. et al The Ross Rifle Story (The Casket Printing & Publishing Co., 2005).
- Phillips, Roger F., François J. Dupuis and John A. Chadwick, The Ross Rifle Story (ISBN 0973241608)