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Old 10-01-2012, 02:41 PM   #111
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It's not about the ammo. The muzzle velocity is over 2000 fps so most ranges don't want it shot there.
We got a few of those round here. Most are indoor ranges which do have those limits because of construction of the backstop.
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Wow that must be really frustrating not having a range that allows it. Too often I take for granted my $40 per year, shoot any day you want, un staffed, 25 yard pistol and 25, 50, 100, 200 yard rifle range. Good luck finding somewhere to shoot the mosin!
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All the private ranges around here are like 75-100$ a year
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All the private ranges around here are like 75-100$ a year
They're not going to do you much good if you can't shoot

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Yeah I met a girl with 10 acres! I'm going out there in a couple days
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Wow!! 7.62 Man is called that for a reason huh!

Do you have a link for the training ammo? I have a rifle noob I don't want to scare off with 'heavy' recoil.

Potentialglock...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=angi1vwUkQc

Sorry I didn't tell you the training ammo was on the bottom of the page on the same link. So here is a direct link to the 7.62x54r training ammo.
http://www.sgammo.com/product/surplus/108-rounds-762x54r-czech-surplus-46-grain-hollow-core-low-recoil-ammo
This link is to the 108 rd buy there is also a 504 rd & a 648 rd case buy if you need more.
The 7.62x54r training ammo will work in the PSLs too, you will need to be sure to keep them pushed all the way to the rear of the mag to get them to cycle right.

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Cool, thanks 7.62...I'd forgotten I asked the question!

Thanks again!!
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So when my bolt is removed from the gun the front of it (where the firing pin protrudes) pops off really easy. Is this normal?
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When its in the gun its solid and no problems
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So when my bolt is removed from the gun the front of it (where the firing pin protrudes) pops off really easy. Is this normal?
Yes, the bolt head comes off easily, this is normal. The whole bolt is just a snap and and unscrewing away from total disassembly...
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