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Malcom III - XXVI - Line Pattern Rifle (Smokeless) by Wolohan2011 Malcom III - XXVI - Line Pattern Rifle (Smokeless) by Wolohan2011
A turn of the century breechloader obviously influenced by the remington breechloader. Exactly the sort of thing Cockaygne would have been interested in during it's heyday.
Despite it's obsolescence , it was issued to local militias and unlucky reservists into the 1950s.


Malcom III - XXVI - Line Pattern Rifle (Smokeless)

Type: Rolling block rifle

Place of origin: Commonwealth of Cockaygne

In service: 1870 to 1950

 

Production history

Designer: Commonwealth Arsenal

Designed 1867-1870

Produced 1870-1928

Number built: ~ 1 million

Variants : Cavalry carbine

 

Specifications

Weight: 4.2 KG

Length: 1080mm

Barrel Length: 630mm

Rifling: 4 Grooves: Right Hand twist

Calibre: 8x50mm

Action: Breech Loading (Rolling Block)

Muzzle velocity: 740 m/s

Sights: Rear leaf sight, blade front sight

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