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Old 12-15-2011, 03:24 PM   #21
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91/30, Winchester model 94 30-30, only older guns that I really have...
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Sometimes I come across a big old abandoned building in the woods,

but I don't know if any of them were schools, originally...

...how would you tell?
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Your books are still inside!
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Well my hunting gun battery at this point includes a 1919 manufacture Winchester '94, a first generation Savage 99 in .300 Savage, a sporterized Krag, a sporterized 03, A mid 50's Winchester Model 70, a 1939 Sauer Mauser '98, a 1940 Browning A5, an 1897 Winchester 12 ga, a few 1930's-40's and 50's Vintage Mossberg 22s, and a 1958 Colt Huntsman .22... And comming in a few weeks a 1906 manufacture Colt 1892 Revolver in .41 Long Colt.

I think I might qualify.
That is some good Sh!t right there!! The only rifle I don't care for on your list is the '94. They are just to small and the length of pull is to short, for me that is. I had a 1964 that was in poor shape that I gave new life to and sold some years ago.
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Sometimes I come across a big old abandoned building in the woods,

but I don't know if any of them were schools, originally...

...how would you tell?
Maybe a plaque, saying "founded by c3shooter, year of our lord, 1685."
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Maybe a plaque, saying "founded by c3shooter, year of our lord, 1685."
1695, your aging him!
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That is some good Sh!t right there!! The only rifle I don't care for on your list is the '94. They are just to small and the length of pull is to short, for me that is. I had a 1964 that was in poor shape that I gave new life to and sold some years ago.
Thanks! Not the old ones. My gun has a 24" barrel and a rather long stock, not a carbine... I don't have a good picture handy but it looks like this one:
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My old 336 30-30 turning plum color. Nuthing like looking down the stag horn sites. Then my old military WW2 rifles open sites are a hoot to shoot. 03 A3, SVT 40, Carl Gustaf mauser, enfield long branch.
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1911 made in 1918 and a Enfield #4 Mk1

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Hey armsmaster270 the mini you have, what series is it, Them open sites on her could be considered. I have a 181 you cant put a scope on in a good way. I love the open sites on her as well
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