I think that may be a bit of a reach anywhere but a milsurp forum. :wink:Sagebrush said:I felt that on a board of gun enthusiasts the name "Model of 1917" would be sufficient since the "of" differentiates this rifle from other firearms with "1917" in the name. And "Model of 1917" is the name by which the rifle is known (BTW, it was the most common rifle used by American troops in WWI).
Oh! believe me I have turned down many, many opportunity to argue with you. Just about anytime you type something to bestow your vast knowledge :lol: on someone you leave plenty of opportunity for me. In this case you were so far out in left field that more then just me replied to you. An I too am glad you think enough of me to single me out of all the others that did reply. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:CraigC said:It was just a suggestion. Putting "Eddystone" (or Remington or Winchester if that was the maker, would be helpful for those looking for 1917 rifles) would've been sufficient. I know I wasn't the only one expecting to see a Colt or S&W.
It's nice to see that street still cares enough to argue with me at ANY opportunity.