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Old 04-09-2013, 10:16 PM   #21
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No, you didn't- and it wasn't nice from you at all.Anyway...let's focus on the time you're out.Why doesn't your dog come with you?The dog is not only a pet, it is a very important family member and must be not left alone.You should spend more time with your dog.The next time you go out, you should bring your dog with you.And...you know what?You don't even need to engage/turn on the alarm system:As a good man, I can keep an eye on your stuff.
Btw:Where do you keep you rifle?I HAVE TO KNOW IT....HM...FOR SECURITY PURPOSES XD
Pssst, i'll bring some dog treats...
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...When it arrived at the GM I used for the FFL just about the whole store came over to the gun counter to see it.
And I don't blame them -- that is an astounding rifle. Just brilliant.

Actually, for the price, did the dog come mitt ihre Mauser?
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And I don't blame them -- that is an astounding rifle. Just brilliant.

Actually, for the price, did the dog come mitt ihre Mauser?
Thank you!

Actually the dog and training was almost as much as the darn gun.
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No, I didn't write it wrong.And I'm not talking about the Mauser M98.
Just imagine the following scenario:
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Would you buy it? If yes,What price would be acceptable for you?
I'd be interested in buying the action if it had a wing safety like the Win Mod 70. A complete rifle....maybe, but I'm pretty fussy and pretty conservative and I'd rather roll my own.

Any chance of that?
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There has always been a choice of weapons. Yesterday or today if you wanted a fine firearm or a budget shotgun it was available. There were always fewer discriminating arms buyers. That is why collectible quality firearms are so rare.
That fine Mauser posted on this thread is such a rifle. The owner is one of those discriminating gun owners.

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Sorry he likes staying home. He's just not that sociable...
I give up,you won....I mean....I would give up if would be serious.:P
Anyway...thank you for sharing the pictures of your rifle.It is simply awesome!!!
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I'd be interested in buying the action if it had a wing safety like the Win Mod 70. A complete rifle....maybe, but I'm pretty fussy and pretty conservative and I'd rather roll my own.

Any chance of that?
A company called Gentry Customs makes those for Mauser Actions and I used them for a custom build that was featured in a G&A article.

Company: http://www.gentrycustom.com/safeties

They are not cheap but it is a word class product. It DOES require fiting by a gusnmith.
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I give up,you won....I mean....I would give up if would be serious.:P
Anyway...thank you for sharing the pictures of your rifle.It is simply awesome!!!
My pleasure! Glad you liked the gun.
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There has always been a choice of weapons. Yesterday or today if you wanted a fine firearm or a budget shotgun it was available. There were always fewer discriminating arms buyers. That is why collectible quality firearms are so rare.
That fine Mauser posted on this thread is such a rifle. The owner is one of those discriminating gun owners.
Thank you sir. My collection goes from the mundane to that Mauser on the high end though I do have a love for fine firearms there are only so many my budget will allow for. I hope to add a fine English double in the near future and I hope that will be a nice showpiece. I was blessed with a supportive and infinitely understanding wife.

But like my children, when t comes to firearms I love them all. I have a passion for old .22 and some of my favorite guns are production Mossbergs from the 40's and 50's.
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I think the only gun I might be interested in being remade is a Krag.... Ive always liked the mag design.


Why dont you just go shoot the Mauser you have or get a commerical/sporter one? Being historic doesnt keep me from shooting my guns.. (.. If it did, Id never beable to shoot! All mine are old and "historic" )

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