I present to you my rifle Model of 1917. It's a Remington made, February 1918.
the rifle butt has written:
The only information I have are these:
N.S.T.C. National Service Training Command
C.O.T.C. Canadian Officers Training Corps
Then after the Great War, it was used as a center of education Canadian relief for officers, but the 191 is what you identify? the number of the company or regiment? Or it could be the "rack number"?