The year 1929 is correct. The two orders in 1929 are dated Jan. 14, 1929 and March 23, 1929. Ordnance had gone over to the .276 caliber at this time and ordered the .30 caliber closed out.
Guys Rick is correct. During this time Ordnance was also looking at .256 Cal. All of this had Ordnance going around and around. Until the Chief Of Staff called the ball.
I hope this data helps
I like to know the history and such, but am more interested in reading my scripts starting at the 100yd line then going further out.
If everyone read the books mentioned, we all would know it all and have nothing to talk about or learn from each other.
Keep up the quizes, :nod:
So far I have one book WWII edition of Scott Duff. Next will be the data sheet then who knows.
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