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Old 03-31-2012, 08:37 AM   #1
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Hello all... here is the start to my WW2 gun collection... On top is an all numbers matching 1942 Izhevsk Mosin Nagant 7.62x54 with matching bayonet, next in line is my 1943 Lee Enfield .303 , below that is my CE 1942 RC Mauser 8mm with all markings intact, and finally below that is my 1938 Turkish Mauser in 8mm... This is just the beginning to my collection... Next guns in line is a Japanese Arisaka and American Springfield M1903 and then on to the semi automatics

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You're off to a good start. I've always wanted a Lee Enfield. Look forward also to some range reports in the future.

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You're off to a good start, you say an Arisaka & 1903 are next, don`t forget about a Swede & a Frenchy. Keep it up, you will get there !

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Nice collection. A great start. I know where you can get a real nice 1903 Springfield. pm me for details if you are interested.
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Very nice collection!

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Nice collection.

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Your just about to get to the good ones... My M1903 and my Arisakas are my favorite mil-surps....
Nice! Im still waiting for my Enfield and Mauser... (Right after that Garand and Krag!!)

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you should at least add a few u.s. made to that collection (m1 garand or carbine, m1911, thompson, etc.)

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you should at least add a few u.s. made to that collection (m1 garand or carbine, m1911, thompson, etc.)
The semi automatics are next... I'm actually looking at an M1 carbine now and if the price is right, I'm going to get it... I wanted to start off with the bolt action rifles because they are the cheapest to start out with and I wanted to start out with a solid foundation
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What a great start!

I've got a 1925 Izzy hex Dragoon, all serials intact, but the stock was

re-arsenaled with 91/30 wood and barrel bands.

I've also got a 1908- 6.5mm Carcano. FWIW, the Italians may not be the

brightest, but they have to be among the bravest to go to war with

that carbine...

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