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Old 08-01-2011, 01:11 AM   #11
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What about the 7.62x52R??
I mean i dont think it should be left out ya know?
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Do you mean 7.62x54R?
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Just what ammo/gun is common in San Francisco?
Im actually living in sebastopol, and lived.most of my life.in rohnert park, which is in sonoma county. I just put sf for simplicity
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Do you mean 7.62x54R?
OOPS!
yeah thats what i mean...
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Thank you all for the info on the gun/ammo. How much would you say a good condition vz 24 with a 10ish round mag added onto it would be worth?
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I just ordered a premium select grade 8mm mauser from Mitchell's Mausers with ammo. Didn't realize it at the time, but I got screwed on the ammo. It is cheaper at AIM Surplus Home ($13.50 for a box of 20), which is the cheapest 8mm non-corrossive ammo I have been able to find. I personally like the 8mm, but only because I like the historic value of rifles from WWII. I just hope the rifle looks as good as the salesman said it did.
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I just ordered a premium select grade 8mm mauser from Mitchell's Mausers with ammo. Didn't realize it at the time, but I got screwed on the ammo. It is cheaper at AIM Surplus Home ($13.50 for a box of 20), which is the cheapest 8mm non-corrossive ammo I have been able to find. I personally like the 8mm, but only because I like the historic value of rifles from WWII. I just hope the rifle looks as good as the salesman said it did.
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