Springfield rifle

The term Springfield rifle may refer to any one of several types of small arms produced by the Springfield Armory in Springfield, Massachusetts, for the United States armed forces.

Springfield Model 1903 rifle

In modern usage, the term "Springfield rifle" most commonly refers to the Springfield Model 1903 for its use in both world wars.

There were also numerous limited production, experimental, marksmanship, and sporting rifles produced by the Springfield Armory which are referred to as "Springfield rifles".

Some examples of the smoothbore Springfield Model 1842 musket that were later modified with rifling and used during the American Civil War may also be referred to as "Springfield rifles".

Rifled musket:

Single-shot breechloading rifle:

Repeating rifle:

Self-loading rifle:

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ReferencesEdit

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