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NEW NH RIFLES FOR
GOVERNMENT MAY SHIP 1903
MODEL SPRINGFIELDS SOON.
NEW TARGET RIELES ARE TO (OME
Newly Organised Range Detachment
to Act as Nucleus of Instructors
for Target Practice
Tho university cadets will soon bo
using tho latest model army rifle. This
is the report which camo from tho
commandant of cadotB last evonlpg.
Tile rifles will bo on their way aa
soon as the necessary bonds arevoted
by tlie' university, and It la expected
that the cadets Willi be using tho guns
within a month.
Tho new guns will ho of the latest
at tlie numbez of azticles that
in our establishment. Tfyere
army model, tho United States 1903
model Springfield magazine gun. Thoy
will chamber tho 190G ammunition and
will make the equipment of the cadets
up to tho army standard In every re
spect. Enough of tho guns will bo
shipped to completely equip the
cadets of tho university and tho state
agricultural school. The university is
expected to voto tho necessary bonds
immediately and the guns will be
shipped from the war department?
New Target Rifles.
Theso guns will replace tho old army
rifles now In uso at tho university.
Theso , are tho Krag-Jorgonsen 1898
model, and are of the pattern used In
tho army a fow years ago.
In adddtion to tho regular army
rifles twenty-flvo target rifles will be
ordered for the use of the range de
tachment. Theso rifles will bo twen
ty-two caliber guns and will be used
by the detachment for target work.
The ordering of theso guns has
.caned attention to tno range dotach
I mont. which has only been Instituted
nt tno university this semester, and
tho object of which is to tench tho
members of the battalion to shoot.
Tho new commandant, Captain. YatoB,
can be successfully CLEANED
is No Method we do Not Employ
believes that overy soldier should
learn to bo an accurate marksman, as
an army that cannot Bhoot Is of little
Consequently tho range detachment
was organlzod at tho beginning of this
semostqr. Tho squad is iln charge of
Capt. George K. Bartlett and is com
posed of C. P. Korstlan, first sergeant;
flfred Beckman, statistical clerk, and
Privates P. Ollqrmann, P. G. Clark,
W. P. Carroll, J. W. Ellis, R. O. Burrls,
and A. G. Davis. Theso men are all
familiar with rlflo shooting and have
all made good scores. All of them
havo seen service, some with tho
navy, others with tho regular army,
and the rest with tho national guard.
In tho regular army each captain
is supposed to be the instructor for
tho company In rlflo practice, but
with tho university cadets tho cap
tains havo so many other duties and
many of them are not sufficiently ex
pert In tho art of shooting to take
charge ot this work for the com
panies. Tho object of tho range de
tachment Is to supply this deficiency.
The members of the detachment will
be tho nuclods of a body of Instruc
tors for .tho battalion
Organize at Farm. ' f
Bpsldes tho detachment at the uni
versity, one "will also be 'organized nt
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tho agricultural school. Tho detach
ment In its instruction usos tho pro
visional small arms firing manual
adopted recently by the government
and -which will not go Into effect in
tho regular army until January first.
Tho first part of tho work is theo
retical, tho men being Instructed -in
tho uso of tho various parts of the
gun. After this tho sub-target tryout
will bo held and all thoso qualifying
will go to tho gallery and ubo the tar
get rifles. At camp in the spring It is
expected that the battalion will bo
able to securo tho governmoqt range
and use tho thirty caliber guns.
A rifleman's Insignia will probably
bo presented to tho best marksman In
tho battalion. Tho captain of tho
range detachment also hopes to pick
a team of ten .man to compete for
the National RJfJo Association' tro
phy, Tflie team If organized will In
all.probabllltytcorapetQ.for tho Indoor
trophy, Tho members' of tho winning
team are given medals and the school
holding tlie championship receives tho
trophy, 'Which Is held until won by an
other school. ' Thlri contest Is gener
ally hold"tluring tho months of Febru
ary or March, and theMeam which
will represent Nebraska will probably
ho plckqd fropithe best riflemen In
the battalion soon after tho holidays.
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