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Old 06-27-2014, 10:30 AM   #581
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That is Where Devil Dogs comes from also. Those dogs fight like Devils. My Grandfather was there w/ the Army.
Also where Sergeant Major Daniel Daly said "Comeon you sons of bitches, do you want to live forever?" right before charging the Germans.

And Captain LLoyd Williams famous line of "Retreat, hell we just got here!" when he was ordered to fall back at the beginning of the charge.
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IMO, the Mauser bolt action design is probably one of the most copied, as well as one of the best thought out rifle designs there is.

the Mauser rifle design has been around well over 100 years and is still popular in being used today in several modern bolt action rifles and is still popular among custom and semi-custom rifle builders.
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IMO, the Mauser bolt action design is probably one of the most copied, as well as one of the best thought out rifle designs there is.

the Mauser rifle design has been around well over 100 years and is still popular in being used today in several modern bolt action rifles and is still popular among custom and semi-custom rifle builders.
Is there any modern bolt guns that dont use the Mauser design?


I am trying to get a 1893 Spanish Mauser now.. Its a full stocked carbine with a saddle ring...
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Is there any modern bolt guns that dont use the Mauser design?


I am trying to get a 1893 Spanish Mauser now.. Its a full stocked carbine with a saddle ring...
Remington M700, Marlin X7 series, Savage bolt actions, Mossberg bolt actions come to mind pretty quickly. there are several others i am sure.

any push feed design is a departure in a sense from the Mauser design IMO.
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Remington M700, Marlin X7 series, Savage bolt actions, Mossberg bolt actions come to mind pretty quickly. there are several others i am sure.

any push feed design is a departure in a sense from the Mauser design IMO.
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the round sits in the magazine of the rifle and the bottom of the bolt picks up the edge of the rim on the cartridge and simply pushes it into the chamber of the rifle.
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...... and then the extractor claw snaps over the case rim as the bolt is closed. Where as with a controlled feed, the rim of the case is fed up from the magazine behind the extractor claw as it is being fed into the chamber.
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Only bolt center fires I now have is a Remington 600 in .308. I hope to get to it and put on a nice piece of wood and a Weatherby .270 magnum wit an older steel tube Weaver 3x9 scope. Love to shoot it but worry about burning out the throat
What I would like is a Ruger green laminate bolt gun in .30-06, with a 26in or longer barrel. I think they only offe 22 and 24 in lengths though. I hate the plastic magazines. I want steel or stainless that will last through my Great Grandchildren. A 300 Wby would be nice too. I like velocity and range.
Really there isn't one rifle, in any shop I wouldn't like to have.
The .30-06 is still relatively cheaper than the hot rods. I can load it to good velocities and a longer barrel would aid warmish loads.
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Just stumbled upon this thread. I've got a 91/30 Mosin Nagant. I purchased it for $85 on sale. Great deal considering prices now days. I've owned it a few years now and still love it. Only drawback is when I shoot corrosive rounds and the extra cleaning time it adds. I've found other methods to try to help clean it more efficiently. After owning this mosin I wanna get my hands on a PU, Mauser, or straight pull Swedish mauser. Bolt guns are so fun to shoot. I still need to test out my 203 grain rounds I purchased for it.

Out of all the rounds I've shot, 147 TulAmmo seem to be most accurate when I shoot.
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Only bolt center fires I now have is a Remington 600 in .308. I hope to get to it and put on a nice piece of wood and a Weatherby .270 magnum wit an older steel tube Weaver 3x9 scope. Love to shoot it but worry about burning out the throat
What I would like is a Ruger green laminate bolt gun in .30-06, with a 26in or longer barrel. I think they only offe 22 and 24 in lengths though. I hate the plastic magazines. I want steel or stainless that will last through my Great Grandchildren. A 300 Wby would be nice too. I like velocity and range.
Really there isn't one rifle, in any shop I wouldn't like to have.
The .30-06 is still relatively cheaper than the hot rods. I can load it to good velocities and a longer barrel would aid warmish loads.
Boyd's offers a walnut unfinished stock to fit that Remington M600 rifle.

Boyd's is also a vendor here on the forum as well.

i have bought and used two Boyd's laminated stocks and very much pleased with both of them. their product line is excellent, the prices are decent and they ship quite fast. i highly recommend them for a replacement stock.
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