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Dae, France2 years ago Comments: Kristopher,"That magazine cut-off was added to make them happy. No one could pbilsosy need to shoot faster than a trapdoor .45-70, after all. That's just wasting ammo."When we adopted the '03, we'd been using the magazine-fed Krag for years. Of course, it was also equipped with a cutoff. So were the M1886 Lebel and the Mk.III Lee-Enfield. Mag cutoffs, with the magazine held in reserve for 'final protective fire', were popular among countries who had experience of relatively small detachments of troops fighting mobs of howling savages at the ends of long and tenuous supply lines. Incidentally, the British Webley Self-Loading Mk I autopistol can be operated as a single-shot with the magazine held in reserve...)
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