Was the 30-06 Springfield used on the British side in World War 2?
No. The standard British infantry rifle was the Lee-Enfield in .303 caliber in both world wars. During WWI several million of these were produced for Britain by US civilian firearms manufacturers, in .303. When the US got into WWI they still had the dies and machinery, and produced millions for the US, after slight adjustments, in the standard us caliber .30 (".30-06") so they took the same ammunition as the 1903 Springfield. More WWI troops had one of these "American Enfields" than had a Springfield. The British never used the 1903 Springfield, other than perhaps a few here and there on an individual basis.
The Spring River runs through the north side of Springfield and the Sugar River runs through the south side of Springfield.
no the british wwere on the side with USA
The words Buffalo Springfield were taken from the side of a steamroller, made by the Buffalo-Springfield Roller Company, parked outside record producer Barry Friedman's house.
Allies (british, French side)
The irquios tribe was on the british side. The british side won the war.
George Clinton was on the British side.
Which side won the battle of the colonies & British
The Australians fought as part of the British Commonwealth on the side of the Allies.
The Tories were loyal to the British side. The Americans side (Thirteen Colonies) were enemies to the Tories.
What is the value of a Springfield side by side 12 gauge with no model number and serial number 36507?
$150-$250 depending on condition.
can someone tell me how to find out the year of my Remington 742 3006 the letters on the side or xb3 the 3 looks like it has a line going tho it
Canada, then described as being part of the British Empire, was on the side of the Allies.
On the left side of the reciever, right above the trigger
no american side
When was a Springfield 20 gauge side-by-side shotgun that reads Springfield Arms Company Chicopee Falls Massachusetts and also Pat April 20 1915 on the left side of the receiver?
This 'Springfield' was a house brand of Stevens, and should not be confused with Springfield Armory which produced firearms for the US Military, nor the current private company 'Springfield Armory USA' which produces the M1A rifle. Your gun is one of the many variants produced under the Stevens name beween 1915 and 1940. Value of the 20ga is somewhat higher than the more common 12ga, and if in excellent original condition can approach $400-$500. email@example.com
Australia was on the same side as the mother country, Britain, and fought under British command.
Allies. They fought Germany.
The British did not fight against the French in World War I. They were on the same side against the Germans.
At this time Canada was still a colony of the British Empire, so naturally it had no choice but to support the British and join the war when they did. so Canada was on Britains side
They were on the British side, The French and Indians were allies against the British.
On any side that opposed the British.
The French side
They were on the British side; They were loyal to the King.
The United States entered the war in 1917 on the side of the British and French.
American side- George Washington, Edward Braddock( was the General) British side- Thomas Gage(the General)
They did this because the british were paying them
She was not on the British side because her husband ,Paul Revere was a Patriot.
He was on the American side at first, but later he had joined the British. Hope this helped!:)
Model 225 (usually stamped on the bottom of the reciever)
The model number is stamped on the right side of the receiver on many Stevens products.
take out the scew on the bottom side of the barrel
Italy who were originally on the side of the germans who then moved to the side o f the british.
They drive on the left side of the road.
i thin british side
The Allied side was mainly USA, British Empire and Soviet Union. The Axis side was mainly Nazi Germany, Italy and Japan.
because the British thretond them
One key participant for the British side is Thomas Gage, who was general.
The first nations sided with the british because the british promised to give them land
16 gauge side by side Springfield arms company Chicopee Falls Massachusetts shotgun what is the model name of this gun and when was it made?
1929, yr. made is also model
They did join in the world wars, in ww1 the Americans joined the British/french side in 1917. in ww2 they joined the side of Britain again in 1941.
its the west side. The east is the dry side on the West Coast.
Yes. Churchill was in the British side the good side and the bad side were the Germans (Nazi's)
Major Pitcairn was on the side of the British
george was on the patriots side,
From the British side, Yes, From the German side No.
Minute men was on the U.S. side.
General Cornwallis was on the British (loyalists) side. He was the General of the army and he surrendered at the battle of Yorktown which made the British lose.
if it has the original stock you will find the date on the cartouche left side of grip area.