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This new Krag-Jorgensen action's magazine protruded from the right side of the rifle. The tenacity of the Marines and string of defeats the Insurrectos would suffer at their hands led to their retreat into the dense jungle, where prepared positions awaited on the cliffs of the Sohoton river. Bolt Action A distinctive feature of the Krag–Jørgensen action is its magazine. A bolt action, internal magazine rifle designed by Norwegians Ole Herman Johannes Krag and Erik Jørgensen, the “United States Magazine Rifle, Caliber .30” would be produced by Springfield Armory for the US military beginning with the Model of 1892. The M1912 was improved in 1916 and 1918, named the M1912/16 and M1912/18 respectively, with all versions using a full length stock (to which the bayonet lug fitted) and a stronger action (reinforced in several points). ; WegianWarrior at English Wikipedia; ' Proceedings of the..Annual Meeting of the Association of Military Surgeons of the United States. 52 in (1.32m) The ill-fated march across Samar would see ten Marines die due to the extreme, flooded conditions (photo: USMC). Weapon type The designers of the Krag-Jørgensen were in the midst of an era of firearm innovation, with caliber size dropping. A competition was held in 1892, comparing rifle designs from Lee, Krag–Jørgensen, Mannlicher, Mauser, Schmidt–Rubin, and about 40 other military and civilian designs. The Army began testing bolt action designs in the 1870s and 1880s, but it wasn't until the trials in 1892 that the Krag Jorgensen became the new standard issue longarm. The designers of the Krag-Jørgensen were in the midst of an era of firearm innovation, with caliber size dropping. Notable users The M1930 was a significant step in the development of the Krag-Jørgensen Sniper rifle with a fine tuned trigger, heavy barrel, refined stock and improved sights. Even so, it is an interesting and early attempt to increase the firepower of the Krag-Jørgensen. Captain Porter’s men, who had taken an interior route through even more dense vegetation and mountains, would not be able to finish their march. The Danish rifle differed in several key areas from the weapons later adopted by the USA and Norway, particularly in its use of a forward (as opposed to downward) hinged magazine door, the use of rimmed ammunition, and the use of an outer steel liner for the barrel. Kongsberg Våpenfabrikk It measures was 49 inches (1,200 mm) in overall length weighing 9.3 pounds with a 30-inch (760 mm) barrel. The Krag’s tenure with the US Marines would last for over in a decade, giving way to Springfield’s M1903 rifle after its original .30-03 design was updated to the superior .30-06. Originally the Cavalry Carbine lacked a bayonet lug. Designer(s) A total of 750 were produced. Denmark Norway United States Boers The M1899 Constabulary Carbine was almost identical to the M1899 Carbine, but built for the Philippines. The prevalence in M1901 rear sights on Marine Krags in photographs, despite the wide variety of types of rear sights employed on Krag rifles throughout their service history shows the Marine preference for the peep sight system (Tim Plowman collection). The M1930 then re-entered production in 1950, only this time using the improved M1912 action. Considering where this document was found in the National Archives, it is highly likely these parts were for Krag rifles that were used to equip Nicaraguan and Haitian allies (document: NARA). The Krag–Jørgensen Rifle is a repeating bolt action rifle designed by the Norwegians Ole Herman Johannes Krag and Erik Jørgensen in the late 19th century. Showing from the top: Krag-Jørgensen, civilian M1894 with carved stock Krag-Petersson Jarmann M1884 Remington M1867 WegianWarrior 13:58, 6 December 2006 (UTC); 3 November 2008 (original upload date); Transferred from en.wikipedia to Commons. After strenuous tests, Denmark adopted the Krag-Jørgensen rifle on 1889-07-03. Norwegian Krag-Jørgensen Rifles were the last to be adopted and implemented a number of improvements. Although no documentation has been uncovered, it's clear that the rifle has been modified at an early stage in the manufacturing process to use the same feed belts that were used on the Hotchkiss heavy machine gun in use in the Norwegian Army at the time. The changes to the action occurred after long consultation with other gunsmiths and analysis of other weapons of the era. About 300 were delivered to Boer forces of the South African Republic. M1892 Krag Rifles had a magazine cut off that operated in the up position. With a surging popularity in competition shooting, in no small part due to the increase in accuracy in service rifles, small teams popped up from all corners of the armed forces. Their stocks also feature semi pistol grip for added control. The Cavalry Carbine was marginally shorter than other carbine versions of the Rifle M/89 and featured a hand guard. Technical specifications The Krag-Jørgensen gun was used as the main weapon for the Norwegian Armed Forces from 1894 until 1940. Manufacturer(s) There were especially many model rifles made for the M1894, since several were sent to Steyr in Austria to work as controls and models. This feature would also appear on the Lee-Enfield of 1907 and the M1903 Springfield. However the M1923 Sniper Rifle proved ineffective and unreliable in field conditions hence many versions being converted to M1930 spec or hunting use. Variants were adopted as a standard arm by Denmark, the United States of America and Norway. This was the only rimmed cartridge used in any Krag-Jørgensens. Both of these designs used a tubular magazine, which (in those rifles at least) was a primitive and in some cases unreliable design. It is not known how many were converted in this way. Military strategists following advances in Europe feared that the United States was far behind most European nations in adopting repeati… Krag armed US Marines in China, 1908 (David M. Doody/Janus Images). It's very interesting mechanically, as well as a gorgeous rifle. The Krag-Jørgensen was a repeating bolt action rifle designed by Ole Herman Johannes Krag and Erik Jørgensen in 1886 for the Danish and Norwegian armed forces. Infobox Weapon|is ranged=yes|name=Krag Jørgensen caption=Closeup of the Krag Jørgensen receiver and magazine door on a Norwegian M1912 Carbine origin=flagcountry|Norway type=Bolt action repeating rifle designer=O H J Krag and E Jørgensen design… to this end, army general Jacob H. Smith would task Major Waller and his battalion of 315 Marines to march across the island, destroying any and all opposition. The nose band was improved and strengthened on the subsequent models with 30,118 in total produced between 1913 and 1926. 33 in (0.84m) The M1907 Field Artillery Carbine was produced at the same time as the M1904 Engineer Carbine and is identical, bar the attachment of a sling (which the Artillery Carbine lacked). The M1912 Carbine or "Short rifle" was effectively the replacement for the M1894 Rifle, as the long barreled rifle came out of favor. The mechanism that was used would completely revolutionise weapon production. The rapid arms development of the late 19th Century saw tremendous improvements to the standard issue service rifle in a very short period of time, and competing designs would run the gambit in style of operation. The Krag-Jørgensen was originally chambered for the 6.5×55mm cartridge, which became standard issue in Sweden and Norway (where it was designed) and used in the Swedish Mauser. In 1892, the U.S. Army held trials to find a new service rifle. The main distinctive feature of the Krag-Jørgensen action is its magazine.Unlike other rifles of its era, the Krag-Jørgensen's magazine was not a box magazine. In America the Krag-Jørgensen design went through two tests (by the Board of Ordnance Officers) to become the standard issue rifle for the United States army, beating other non-American rifles from manufacturers such as Mauser and Lee-Enfield. General Smith would order no prisoners to be taken, villages to be burned, and any male older than ten be executed as a criminal. By far the most intense combat environment Krag armed Marines would see would take place during Major Littleton Waller’s infamous march across Samar Island in the Philippines in late 1901. Former Marine and exceptional author Alec Tulkoff discovered the documents behind the story of this rifle and the others like it, and tells their tale in his book “Equipping the Corps, Volume I: Webgear, Weapons and Headgear. A distinctive feature of the Krag–Jørgensen action is its magazine.While many other rifles of its era use an integral box magazine loaded by a charger or stripper clip, the magazine of the Krag–Jørgensen is integral with the receiver (the part of the rifle that houses the operating parts), featuring an opening on the right hand side with a hinged cover. A major international breakthrough came in 1888 when director Ole Hermann Johannes Krag and corps gunsmith Erik Jørgensen unveiled a prototype for a new magazine rifle. Besides National Archives documentation, the Marines did display a preference for the M1901 rear sight, making any M1898 Krag rifle with a M1901 sight a good placeholder for the Marine weapons enthusiast. Marines during duty in China. In 1899, the First Marine Regiment would see limited combat in the Philippines against insurgent forces known as “Insurrectos” in the town of Noveleta. Ole Herman Johannes KragErik Jørgensen Notably, 315 of the 3,321 Boy's Carbines were chambered in the new .22 Long Rifle ammunition. Due to a delay in the selection process the first M1892 Rifles were constructed in 1894, with the receivers stamped with 1894 on them. The new Krag M1892 had a 5-round rotary magazine which was loaded by hand with individual .30-40 Krag rounds. 404 M1930 Sniper rifles were produced from 1950 until 1951. As of now, these are the only two documented, USMC provenance M1898 Rifles to have been identified (documents: Alec Tulkof, rifles: Tyler Anderson & Tim Plowman collections). Left: Though ordered decades after the Krag left front line service, Marine preference for the M1901 peep sight reinforced by this order from Rock Island Arsenal. The Infantry Carbine, like the Artillery Carbine, was virtually identical to the M/89 Rifle only shorter (than the M/89 Rifle). On the left side, up near the bolt is the magazine cut-off lever. A cut-down version of the M1894 Rifle and identical to the M1895 Cavalry Carbine. The Krag-Jørgensen M1894/10 Sniper rifle configuration. Copies of the M1894 were made by the Steyr weapons factory in Austria and sold to the Norwegian Army. The Krag–Jørgensen was a Norwegian bolt-action repeating rifle that was first fielded by Denmark in 1886. Major Waller and his Marines would begin drawing up plans to pursue them immediately. A drawing of the Norwegian Krag-Jørgensen M1894 Rifle. Feed system I can push my thumb against the angled flange atop the long metal box on the right side, and it flips open. This action would see Smedley Butler given a brevet promotion to Captain for his heroism. The Boy's Carbine was intended to be used as a tool for teaching teenage boys to shoot (as it was on the Norwegian syllabus until the Second World War). Other name(s) Marines would instantly begin pushing out patrols in search of the enemy, and in the various engagements that would follow weapons and gear from the ambushed 9th Infantry soldiers would be recovered from the dead Insurrectos and their encampments. This is an extremely rare very early production (1894) Krag M1892 Rifle. About 300 were delivered to Boer forces of the South African Republic. The Norwegian Krag–Jørgensen Model 1894 in real life. To save time and money the Springfield Armory was given a contract by the Krag-Jørgensen owners to build the Krag-Jørgensen, therefore reducing the cost and time to manufacturer and issue the Krag-Jørgensen. The M1925 Sniper Rifle improved on the M1923 and was intended for civilian use. The benefit of the capsule design was that it improved the Krag-Jørgensen's center of gravity and the overall balance of the rifle. A bolt action, internal magazine rifle designed by Norwegians Ole Herman Johannes Krag and Erik Jørgensen, the “United States Magazine Rifle, Caliber .30” would be produced by Springfield Armory for the US military beginning with the Model of 1892. A simplified and shortened version of the M1895 Cavalry Carbine. Some quietly wept; others laughed hysterically… Most of them had no shoes. This single-shot, breech-loading weapon fired a .45-70 cartridge using black powder. The Philippine Constabulary were the native police established in 1902 by Tafts Philippine Commission which oversaw civil affairs of the Philippine Islands. Furthermore the manufacturing technique was refined, allowing for greater tolerances and consistency across all rifles. Each nation took it upon itself to upgrade and reissue the rifle as it saw fit, with several configurations emerging across the three nations. The bullet used would be changed to a spitzer bullet, which would be fired at a much higher velocity of 2,740 ft/s (823m/s). Its distinctive feature was a magazine integral to the receiver that featured an opening on the right-hand side with a hinged cover. Production ended A competition was held in 1892, comparing rifle designs from Lee, Krag-Jørgensen, Mannlicher, Mauser, Schmidt-Rubin, and about 40 other military and civilian designs. The Artillery Carbine was effectively a shortened version of the M/89 Rifle, without the hand guard of the Cavalry and Engineer Carbines. Springfield Armory M1898 Krag-Jørgensen Rifle #231425 (Tim Plowman collection). The sights were also heavily refined and could be tuned almost indefinitely (compared to the standard M/89 rifle sights), with a hooded front sight and micrometer rear sight. “Equipping the Corps, Volume I: Webgear, Weapons and Headgear. The safety catch (on post 1910 M/89s) can be found on the left side of the receiver. The odds of these rifles having seen combat are significant, and perhaps the best of any Marine rifles to be found today. The Danish Krag-Jørgensen used a different hinged magazine door and a steel lining in the barrel, along with a rimmed cartridge, the only use of a rimmed cartridge in the Krag-Jørgensen. This round would achieve a muzzle velocity of 2,000 ft/s (610m/s) on average. As can be expected, it was heavily based on the M1892 Rifle but with a 22in barrel. It was adopted as a standard arm by Denmark, the United States and Norway. Norway (and its closest neighbor Sweden) in 1891 began tests into finding the most potent caliber to become standard issue. From 1923 until 1926, the Krag-Jørgensen entered the sniper rifle market for the first time, with 630 examples built. Country of origin The majority of M1892 Rifles were reconditioned to the M1896 Rifle spec before they were issued. The action of the Krag-Jørgensen used a long extractor (located above the bolt) was inspired by the Jarmann rifle and more curved surfaces on the action, smoothing out the cocking and ejecting systems, reflecting the Mauser designs at the time. “In the days of dopey dreams — happy, peaceful Philippines, When the bolomen were busy all night long. Pre-War/WWI USMC M1903 Springfield Rifles, USMC NM M1903s, M1903A1 Unertl Sniper Rifle & M1903A4 Sniper Rifle. The Sniper Rifle M/89-28 was designed with a heavier barrel along with a hand guard, weighing the rifle down to reduce the effect of recoil. The Boxer Rebellion saw an amalgam of Marines engaged, and they carried an eclectic mix of primary weapons. When ladrones would steal and lie, and Americanos die, Then you heard the soldiers sing this evening song: Damn, damn, damn the insurrectos! Future Marine Corps Commandant Thomas Holcomb and his rifle team in China, 1910, the last year of mainline USMC service for the Krag (Marine Corps University). Several model rifles and carbines were manufactured, since small things like a change in surface treatment or other seemingly minor things. Five cartridges drop neatly into the opening, and a little pressure on the outside of the flange causes the lid to snap shut. In Denmark, the Danish-designed 8×58mmR cartridge was used in the Krag-Jørgensen which would achieve a muzzle velocity of 1900 ft/s (580m/s). Krag (colloquial) The trials were held at Governors Island, New York. Unlike most top-loading magazines the Krag-Jørgensen's magazine could be topped up without opening the rifle's bolt. Initially, the Marine team was badly beaten by their peers on the US Army team, leading to rigorous marksmanship training in order to become competitive at the National Match level. Marines on patrol in the Philippines. At the same time, Major Waller, despite him and his men being weakened from their journey, set out searching for Captain Porter’s group after just twenty-four hours of rest. Captain Porter would reach Lanang, and instantly begin to coordinate with the army post in organizing a rescue mission. Denmark was the first nation to test the Krag-Jørgensen which provided very valuable information in the development of the Krag-Jørgensen. The M1896 Cadet rifle returned to having the cleaning rod housed underneath the barrel, but lost the use of a sling swivel and the barrel bands (which held the barrel to the stock) were fitted with springs. 5-round magazine: Sights: Target aperture sight: Before the Sauer 200 STR was approved for Scandinavian target shooting, the M67 and the Krag–Jørgensen were the most popular target rifles in Norway. A week later, Waller’s men would arrive at their destination, which he described in doing detail, “the men, realizing that all was over and that they were safe and once more near home, gave up. Public outrage and comparisons to General Custer’s defeat at Little Bighorn led to President Theodore Roosevelt’s orders for the island to be pacified. Weight An early technical drawing of the original Krag-Jørgensen rifle. 1885-1889 Major changes were the inclusion of a bayonet lug and full length stock. 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