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Old 04-18-2014, 01:23 AM   #11
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In 1906 the 1903 was upgraded to take the 30-06 cartridge. Thus M1906 variation.
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In 1906 the 1903 was upgraded to take the 30-06 cartridge. Thus M1906 variation.
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What was the first military weapon adopted by the United States military that was originally designed for the 30-06 cartridge?
Under the original question it doesn't appear an upgrade counts. The keyword is "originally."
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I'll take a stab at this- M1918 Browning Automatic Rifle. The 1903 rifle was DESIGNED for the 30-03. The 1917 Enfield was DESIGNED for the .303 Enfield. The BAR was the first DESIGNED to use the 30-06.
Excellent, C3, the Browning Automatic Rifle(BAR) was the first weapon adopted by the U.S. military that was originally designed for the 30-06 cartridge.
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Weapons trivia. What was the first sub-machine gun to be adopted by the U.S. military?
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Thompson was the first to be designated sub-machine gun by the US gov.
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Excellent, C3, the Browning Automatic Rifle(BAR) was the first weapon adopted by the U.S. military that was originally designed for the 30-06 cartridge.
C3, I was incorrect in stating your answer, the BAR, was correct, so the question as to what weapon originally designed for the 30-06 cartridge was adopted by the U.S. military, still stands.
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The M1 Garand in 1936
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Thompson was the first to be designated sub-machine gun by the US gov.
There were a number of Thompson sub-machine gun models produced. Which one was the first to be adopted by the U.S. military.
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The M1 Garand in 1936
No, the original M1 rifle(Garand) was designed for the .276 cartridge.
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C3, I was incorrect in stating your answer, the BAR, was correct, so the question as to what weapon originally designed for the 30-06 cartridge was adopted by the U.S. military, still stands.
M1917....
The P1914 was designed for .303 Brit... The BAR is designated as the M1918... So if it isnt the M1903, Its gotta be the M1917.
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