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Interesting Oswald Rifle issue
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I was reading Peter North's book, and I found something rather interesting regarding the rifle. A supposed "Oswald" went into at The Irving Sport Shop (Dale Ryder owner) with his family speaking Russian and asked the owner about getting a firing pin fixed on his rifle. That was the extent of it. Then, after the assassination, a rifle repair receipt from the shop said "OSWALD" on it. The repair was for 3 holes to be drilled into the rifle for a scope and some other minor cleaning. NO FIRING PIN REPAIRED. OSWALD MANNLICHER HAD A 2 HOLE SCOPE MOUNT.

Interestingly, the scope on Oswald's rifle was for a left handed shooter. Oswald was a right shot (HSCA). And as funny as it may seem, the paraffin test on Oswald's cheek showed no shot residue, and no fingerprints of Oswald's was found by the FBI on the rifle. However, after these tests ~ and Oswald's death, the Dallas Police found a right palm print on underside of the rifle in a shooting position for a left handed shooter. And guess what, it was in a position that only a left handed shooter could hold the rifle.

Warren Commission Testimony / Allen Dulles also present
Mr. EISENBERG. Could you tell us which of those prints you so identified?
Mr. MANDELLA. There was a photograph, a photograph of the underside of the gun barrel, Commission Exhibit No.-
Mr. EISENBERG. That is Commission Exhibit No. 658, and I will hand you that photograph now. You are referring to this photograph?
Mr. MANDELLA. Yes.
Mr. EISENBERG. And can you read the writing on the back of that?
Mr. MANDELLA. "Right palm Oswald underside gun barrel"

Now let's say for a minute, Oswald did shoot this rifle or someone else shot the rifle with a right-handed shot. This might explain a 1st shot hitting infront of Rosemary Willis, a 2nd shot hitting at the sewer cover on the southside of Elm Street, and a 3rd shot hitting on the curb infront of Tague? Or maybe these misses were to exonerate Oswald as a bozo shooter who couldn't hit the broad side of a barn! and pin the shooting on other assassins if someone decided to start talking out of turn after the coverup. Just say'in
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#2
Anthony, do you mean Mark North? I didn't know Peter had time in his busy career to study the JFK assassination. ::rofl::
I think the left-hand scope thing is a myth. It was offset that way because of the bolt-action and top-loading of the rifle. Wasn't the partial palm print found under the wooden stock, which means it was placed there when it was disassembled?
Yes, the whole Dial Ryder episode is very interesting.
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#3
Dial Ryder's testimony is very interesting. Liebler was clearly suborning perjury and trying to get around the real meaning of the witnessing. Mrs Whitworth saw this Oswald figure driving:



http://jfkassassination.net/russ/testimony/ryder.htm
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#4
LOL! Yes that Peter North! ::rofl:: Thanks again!

http://www.acorn.net/jfkplace/09../fp.ba...ns_dp.html

Some critics have questioned whether the mounting of the telescopic sight on the left side of the rifle was really a mounting designed for a left-handed person. Oswald was right-handed, but the HSCA found that the mounting on the left side "was done as a matter of necessity because the bolt action is on the right side." [13]

It would still make for a rather interesting shot?



Tracy Riddle Wrote:Anthony, do you mean Mark North? I didn't know Peter had time in his busy career to study the JFK assassination. ::rofl::
I think the left-hand scope thing is a myth. It was offset that way because of the bolt-action and top-loading of the rifle. Wasn't the partial palm print found under the wooden stock, which means it was placed there when it was disassembled?
Yes, the whole Dial Ryder episode is very interesting.
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#5
Anthony DeFiore Wrote:I was reading Peter North's book, and I found something rather interesting regarding the rifle. A supposed "Oswald" went into at The Irving Sport Shop (Dale Ryder owner) with his family speaking Russian and asked the owner about getting a firing pin fixed on his rifle. That was the extent of it. Then, after the assassination, a rifle repair receipt from the shop said "OSWALD" on it. The repair was for 3 holes to be drilled into the rifle for a scope and some other minor cleaning. NO FIRING PIN REPAIRED. OSWALD MANNLICHER HAD A 2 HOLE SCOPE MOUNT.

Interestingly, the scope on Oswald's rifle was for a left handed shooter. Oswald was a right shot (HSCA). And as funny as it may seem, the paraffin test on Oswald's cheek showed no shot residue, and no fingerprints of Oswald's was found by the FBI on the rifle. However, after these tests ~ and Oswald's death, the Dallas Police found a right palm print on underside of the rifle in a shooting position for a left handed shooter. And guess what, it was in a position that only a left handed shooter could hold the rifle.

Warren Commission Testimony / Allen Dulles also present
Mr. EISENBERG. Could you tell us which of those prints you so identified?
Mr. MANDELLA. There was a photograph, a photograph of the underside of the gun barrel, Commission Exhibit No.-
Mr. EISENBERG. That is Commission Exhibit No. 658, and I will hand you that photograph now. You are referring to this photograph?
Mr. MANDELLA. Yes.
Mr. EISENBERG. And can you read the writing on the back of that?
Mr. MANDELLA. "Right palm Oswald underside gun barrel"

Now let's say for a minute, Oswald did shoot this rifle or someone else shot the rifle with a right-handed shot. This might explain a 1st shot hitting infront of Rosemary Willis, a 2nd shot hitting at the sewer cover on the southside of Elm Street, and a 3rd shot hitting on the curb infront of Tague? Or maybe these misses were to exonerate Oswald as a bozo shooter who couldn't hit the broad side of a barn! and pin the shooting on other assassins if someone decided to start talking out of turn after the coverup. Just say'in

FBI memo/gunsmith thought the scope may have been mounted for a left handed shooter.
[Image: lefthandscope.jpg]

The HSCA cleared that up.
[Image: sharp2.jpg]

Why would the Caracano have a expert rifleman's cuff slingattached, used for competitive shooting?
[Image: westra2.jpg]
Too often we... enjoy the comfort of opinion without the discomfort of thought.
John F. Kennedy
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#6
Beautiful! Thx

Gary Craig Wrote:
Anthony DeFiore Wrote:I was reading Peter North's book, and I found something rather interesting regarding the rifle. A supposed "Oswald" went into at The Irving Sport Shop (Dale Ryder owner) with his family speaking Russian and asked the owner about getting a firing pin fixed on his rifle. That was the extent of it. Then, after the assassination, a rifle repair receipt from the shop said "OSWALD" on it. The repair was for 3 holes to be drilled into the rifle for a scope and some other minor cleaning. NO FIRING PIN REPAIRED. OSWALD MANNLICHER HAD A 2 HOLE SCOPE MOUNT.

Interestingly, the scope on Oswald's rifle was for a left handed shooter. Oswald was a right shot (HSCA). And as funny as it may seem, the paraffin test on Oswald's cheek showed no shot residue, and no fingerprints of Oswald's was found by the FBI on the rifle. However, after these tests ~ and Oswald's death, the Dallas Police found a right palm print on underside of the rifle in a shooting position for a left handed shooter. And guess what, it was in a position that only a left handed shooter could hold the rifle.

Warren Commission Testimony / Allen Dulles also present
Mr. EISENBERG. Could you tell us which of those prints you so identified?
Mr. MANDELLA. There was a photograph, a photograph of the underside of the gun barrel, Commission Exhibit No.-
Mr. EISENBERG. That is Commission Exhibit No. 658, and I will hand you that photograph now. You are referring to this photograph?
Mr. MANDELLA. Yes.
Mr. EISENBERG. And can you read the writing on the back of that?
Mr. MANDELLA. "Right palm Oswald underside gun barrel"

Now let's say for a minute, Oswald did shoot this rifle or someone else shot the rifle with a right-handed shot. This might explain a 1st shot hitting infront of Rosemary Willis, a 2nd shot hitting at the sewer cover on the southside of Elm Street, and a 3rd shot hitting on the curb infront of Tague? Or maybe these misses were to exonerate Oswald as a bozo shooter who couldn't hit the broad side of a barn! and pin the shooting on other assassins if someone decided to start talking out of turn after the coverup. Just say'in

FBI memo/gunsmith thought the scope may have been mounted for a left handed shooter.
[Image: lefthandscope.jpg]

The HSCA cleared that up.
[Image: sharp2.jpg]

Why would the Caracano have a expert rifleman's cuff slingattached, used for competitive shooting?
[Image: westra2.jpg]
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