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1  Military Rifle Discussion / Military Rifles / German Capture Ross MKIII on: May 27, 2016, 05:39:53 AM
Just saw this browsing on the net. A WWI German Army captured Ross MKIII at the Australian War Memorial.
2  Military Rifle Discussion / Military Rifles / Re: WTB ROSS MARK II SIGHT HOOD AND SCREWS on: May 27, 2016, 05:38:40 AM
ALASKATC I got the screws off you thankyou. I have messaged BrianLara. Cheers
3  Military Rifle Discussion / Military Rifles / Re: WTB ROSS MARK II SIGHT HOOD AND SCREWS on: May 26, 2016, 04:09:10 AM
Anyone remember the link to the member post who had pictures of his MKIII sight hood make?
4  Ross Sights / Ross Sights / Re: Ross sight Ebay on: February 18, 2016, 08:58:24 PM
Glad to see it went to a good home and on a rifle it belonged. Smiley
5  Military Rifle Discussion / Military Rifles / Re: Mk III - Ross newbie from Berlin needs your help on: November 24, 2015, 06:28:00 PM
Both my MKIII's would load and cycle with standard issue 5 shot stripper clips no problems.

Sven, is that the rifle that was sold on egun?
6  Military Rifle Discussion / Military Rifles / Re: Mk III 1913 DA20 on: November 24, 2015, 06:21:35 PM
Do you have a picture of the Dead Bolt?
7  Sources (for anything Ross) / Sources / Re: Gunbroker:Barrel on: October 23, 2015, 08:59:12 PM
That is one painful way to remove a barrell! Cry
8  Sources (for anything Ross) / Sources / Re: Lane rear mount for MKIII on: October 23, 2015, 08:38:59 PM
Why not make up a base to suit the Central type sights?   Still one of the best going I hear.

If you look at the pictures of the lane sight in the other post you will see that the Central sight plate would cover the bolt release lever and as the sight mount would have to be lower than the lane you may not get a stiff enough mounting with the central. That is why I used the Lane sight. Virtually the same a sa central in function except for the mounting point.
9  Commerical Sporter Discussion / Sporters / Re: A question about the stiffness of (some) Ross actions on: September 23, 2015, 04:48:40 AM
On both my MKIII CurryGuns if they are oiled they are as slick as a gunfighters holster. But if they are not oiled they can get stiff to the point of "where's that lump of wood". Put some oil on for the next shot and slick as again.
I hope this helps.
10  Commerical Sporter Discussion / Sporters / Re: Reloading for the .280 Ross on: September 23, 2015, 04:44:37 AM

The specific load developed was 3 1/2 grains of H4893 behind a lubed 170gr Lyman cast 311291, without gas check.  This load would follow the sight bar on the #1 Mk III set at 500yd - to hit roughly point of aim at 50 feet.  The noise was more of a "Snarpp" than a "Bang" and the bullet was barely visible enroute the target, traveling I guess about 600fps...  plus or minus a few hundred. 
Unfortunately the slow velocity allowed the rats to anticipate impact and dodge the incoming bullets.  On the positive side the bullet impact energy was "controllable" (weak) which meant some bullets were recoverable for a second shooting.  They were hardly damaged if impacting soft wooden fence boards on my family picket fence, sticking up out of the surface like little silver arrows, and with a few wiggles and a yank were retrievable  - shot ok even without resizing.)   Grin
I only used H4895 because I had no other powder - it was 50 cents a pound then, scooped out of a drum i  Smiley

Would you please confirm that is H4895 not H4893? If it is H4893 can you please give me a powder name as H4895 is ADI AR2206H here in Aussie and I have thet.
11  Ross Target rifles and Target Shooting / Ross Target Rifles and Target Shooting / Re: More summer Ross target shooting in Australia on: September 19, 2015, 11:18:48 AM
The sight base was made about 2yr ago by a gunsmith named Rob Spittles.
I sold the rifle due to ill health and as my military MKIII curry gun shoots just as accurate I use it in the same events as the target Ross. No use it not being used when someone else can love her Cheesy  I didn't shoot this year but hope to have a go next year. I have won most events I have uesd the Ross in. Awesome rifle for target shooting.
12  Ross Target rifles and Target Shooting / Ross Target Rifles and Target Shooting / Re: More summer Ross target shooting in Australia on: September 13, 2015, 06:29:21 AM
Aussiesuperdad2, if your Ross is an ex curry gun I will freely tell you which target sight will work perfectly with your MKIII. It is the Lane target sight that has the mounting halfway down the sight. It fits perfect and a mount can be made to fit on the same area as the rear battlesight comes off without damaging the area for using the battlesight again if you wish. I have recently sold my target MKIII with the Lane sight on but if I can find the pics I will send them to admin.
13  Military Rifle Discussion / Military Rifles / Re: MkIII repairs. on: September 13, 2015, 06:09:49 AM
I have just had the timber behind the recoil lug come adrift in my military MKIII. I was doing some ammo testing and shooting terrible groups of 1 1/2 tp 3" groups then  I noticed the action "slide" foreward on one shot. The screws had come loose. Tightened them up and back to 1" at 100yds. The slide bit got me worried and when I got home and pulled her apart and to my shock, A. There was no bedding that I thought I had paid for and B. the timber behind the recoil lug had snapped clean adrift.
So I will have to glue and screw the block back in andthe bed the action with Devcon Plastic Metal.
I am glad I found this now and not before a big competition.
14  Sources (for anything Ross) / Sources / MKIII Rear sight on ebay on: May 30, 2015, 07:30:17 AM
I just found this sight on (Germany) Has inernational shipping on other items if anyone is looking for one.
15  Ross Target rifles and Target Shooting / Ross Target Rifles and Target Shooting / Re: My Great Big MkII** Ross Rifle Project. on: May 25, 2015, 05:39:00 AM
Hi Brian, have you got her finished yet?
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