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Old 06-29-2013, 09:39 PM   #11
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A friend of mine has an 03 with an original Pedersen Devise and I have had the privilege and honor to having fired it. It was a great experience to fire a rare piece of history.


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I have a half dozen rounds of .30 Pedersen ammo, courtesy of a generous member here. The Pedersen device was in the field in 1918. The Thompson was not in production until after WW 1 was over.

If you visit the National Firearms Museum at the NRA HQ in Fairfax VA, over in the WW 1 display is a rifle with a Pedersen Device installed.
Was the ammo the same as the 30 Mauser??
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Was the ammo the same as the 30 Mauser??
If I remember correctly, it was a 7.65X20mm straight wall rimless cartridge. The U.S. designation was "Cartridge Caliber .30 Model of 1918", or ".30-18 Automatic". The cartridge had the same dimensions as the French 7.65X20mm.
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MasterP- good recall!

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Thanks guys. I had heard was the same, but it is not.

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