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M1903A1 Springfield
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Wulfburk12 Feb 4 2011, 5:55pm says:

looking good!

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Mental_Tormentor Feb 4 2011, 6:07pm says:


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THeTA Feb 4 2011, 6:12pm says:

ooow baby

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Russian147 Feb 4 2011, 6:39pm says:

This has been in the weapons folder for some time i even used it ingame, its very nice.

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Eat_Uranium Feb 5 2011, 6:27am replied:

One in the files is A3 version ;)

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A_Mustang Feb 4 2011, 6:40pm says:


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DeltaForce95 Feb 4 2011, 6:43pm says:

So wait, what happens with the 03A3? the one wiht the M1 Carbine style rear sight? is that like marine only?

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Yronno Feb 4 2011, 7:43pm says:

I found it odd at first that the wood is a different texture from the M1903A3.

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E]x[F-wild949 Feb 4 2011, 11:49pm says:

i thought the phased these out for the M1 Garand Rifle? oh speaking of the M1 they should add the ablility the throw empty bandoleirs on the ground after you reload like some of the US soldiers and marines would do to trick the enemy into sticking their heads up lol

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THeTA Feb 5 2011, 4:53am replied:

Not completly. Springfields where even used in the vietnam war.

The US army rangers for example, still used springfields for there scouts and engineers sometimes.
Also one man in every squad was assigned to be grenadier. In 1943 they dint had a adaptor for the garand to fire rifle grenades, but the springfield did. A rifle grenade adaptor was introduced for the garand, but not everyone took it. Because they found the springfield was more easier to use with rifle grenades for example

Also rear echelon troops also had alot of these weapons, together with the M1917 enfield

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Enzo98 Feb 12 2011, 10:20am replied:

yes but an upgrade more stabilized version.
it kinda looked like the m20 at that time.

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Killed_By Feb 5 2011, 8:10am says:

I love the ironsight in this one!

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AirborneSn1p3r Feb 5 2011, 10:21am replied:

it would be good to see a scope though as well

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Eat_Uranium Feb 5 2011, 11:59am replied:

Already have a M1903A4 sniper ingame.

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Alakazou Feb 5 2011, 4:02pm replied:

I would love to see this :

But not for now :P

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ytres Feb 16 2011, 10:22pm replied:

I could make a scoped version of this very easily.. Just a bit of editing in 3DS Max and such...

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KimJongLulz Feb 8 2011, 5:42am says:

Would be interesting if they add like early pacific war....unscoped springfield would make plenty of sense but then again that means adding the japanese...a whole other group.

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gf113 Feb 8 2011, 9:14pm says:

The A1 was not in service in WW2 it was replaced by the A3.

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Alakazou Feb 9 2011, 12:20am replied:

It was use by the marines.

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Rockcoons Mar 9 2011, 8:17pm says:

Can't wait to see a Mosin-Nagant model :D

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Lonewolf051 Mar 11 2011, 5:30pm says:

The A1 Springfield was used as the M1917 Enfield was in WWII, it was used with Spotters, artillary crews, Rangers and some officers, mainly not a frontline weapon. The A3/A4 model was the model used mainly as a sniper rifle.

@Wild949, by the time the game depicts Americans in 44-45, the Germans were already on to that trick, and didnt fall for it,(theres no reports of the enemy EVER falling for that trick anyways, its mostly a myth) plus they arent stupid as to stick their head up in a roaring gun fight just because 1 enemy in a group of 20 enemies is out, not to mention in combat the ping is impossible to hear further than a few feet from the rifle.

And bandoliers are made of cotton that holds 6 en bloc clips in, why would you throw your bandolier on the ground?

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M1903A1 Springfield

The M1903 Springfield rifle was a bolt-action, clip-fed rifle, used during both World War I and World War II, that represented the Army's first attempt at a standardized weapon. Although it was already being replaced in 1937 by the semi-automatic M1 Garand, the A1 version of the rifle was still used by various front-line units. Army Rangers and Marine Scouts preferred the rifle for reconnaissance and commando missions, and grenadier troops used the M1903A1 as a platform for rifle grenades.

The M1903A1 Springfield was made by Seth Soldier.

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