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Old 06-17-2013, 07:16 PM   #31
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It wasn't just his rifle alone. I believe the WWII Russian sniper with the highest confirmed kills was actually a woman. Stalingrad did indeed show the Russain determination to win, and a will to continue to pour resources into a campaign. Of course Russian soldiers were motivated by the knowledge that they could fight and die to the fire of teh enemy or be shot by thier commanding officers and NCO's if they retreated. and it was still bolt on bolt as far as battel rifles go. The russians also dumped a lot of PPSHs into that campaign, which cannot be discounted in the house to house fighting thta was done there.
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The number 1 Sniper in WWII, technically did not fight in WWII but the winter war between the Soviets and Finland. Simo Häyhä Had 542 confirmed kills w/ the M27, 91/30 and had over 200 with the Soumi, the gun the PPSH was designed after, 62 w/ other platforms.
Ivan Sidorenko had about 500 against the Nazi's for the Soviets.
Häyhä Had over 800 confirmed kills in total.

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in the early part of the VietNam war, they did use some Winchester M70's in 30-06. later on they went to the Remington M700 in 308.
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Both the 70 and 700 were used in .30-06. The .308 was at the end of the war. The M70 was a great rifle. They purchased pre '64 w/ a controled feed and the ejector was off set from the lugs so there was no slot in the left lug. Outstanding action. I would love to find a safe queen M70 from the late '50's early '60's to build on. .30-06 standard action for a custom 9.3x62 hunter. We can all dream!
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Does anyone know where i can get a good Remington 700 barreled action? Unfortunately I can't find any pawn shop deals In my area (not very many to choose from, if any at all). Would a barreled action be considered a firearm and have to go through a FFL transfer?
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Yes any barreled action firing modern ammo made after 1898 would have to go through an FFL.
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Does anyone know where i can get a good Remington 700 barreled action? Unfortunately I can't find any pawn shop deals In my area (not very many to choose from, if any at all). Would a barreled action be considered a firearm and have to go through a FFL transfer?
yes, if it's a barreled action, it has to go through an FFL.

i was going to suggest checking out the pawn shops in your area, but it seems you have already done that.

Brownell's does sell a Remington M700 action, but doesn't have a barrel. i ordered one a couple of years ago and had it sent to my LGS for the FFL transfer. Brownell's and MidwayUSA both sell barrels for the M700 as well.

just keep checking the pawn shops out and maybe get to know a few of them and let them know what you're looking for and maybe they will call you when they get something in for sale.
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yes, if it's a barreled action, it has to go through an FFL.

i was going to suggest checking out the pawn shops in your area, but it seems you have already done that.

Brownell's does sell a Remington M700 action, but doesn't have a barrel. i ordered one a couple of years ago and had it sent to my LGS for the FFL transfer. Brownell's and MidwayUSA both sell barrels for the M700 as well.

just keep checking the pawn shops out and maybe get to know a few of them and let them know what you're looking for and maybe they will call you when they get something in for sale.
Well here's the thing, I don't exactly live in a gun loving area. What I mean is I have 1 LGS, 2 if you count the A$$hole who thinks 75 dollars for a transfer fee is reasonable and 1500 for a mini 14 is a deal. Is barreling an action a reasonable task for someone who doesn't have any experience doing such a thing? I'm no idiot I know my way around basic hand tools but I don't know what it takes to barrel an action and I have a feeling I would definitely not want to mess that up
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Well here's the thing, I don't exactly live in a gun loving area. What I mean is I have 1 LGS, 2 if you count the A$$hole who thinks 75 dollars for a transfer fee is reasonable and 1500 for a mini 14 is a deal. Is barreling an action a reasonable task for someone who doesn't have any experience doing such a thing? I'm no idiot I know my way around basic hand tools but I don't know what it takes to barrel an action and I have a feeling I would definitely not want to mess that up
rebarreling an action is not a job for a novice, and there are some specialized tools needed to do the job. such as an action wrench for the intended reciever, a barrel vise, a finish reamer, a set of headspace gauges and a depth mike. doing one rifle, it's kind of hard to justify the price of tools that would only be used once. might do a Google search of your area for gunsmiths and gun dealers. you might have to travel a bit out the way to find a good one that won't rake you over the coals.
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