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Old 04-08-2013, 04:57 PM   #81
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I break software for a living.
The second part sounds awesome!
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My only proper deer rifle to date, a Ruger American Rifle in .30-06 with a Simply Rugged ammo holder on the stock.

My re-arsenaled 1934 Moist Nugget. (Perfect hog gun?)

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i have a thing for evil black rifles.

.22LR centerfire clones (except for the AR15 and Saiga 12 on top)
Nice collection but couldnt you have just bought one 22 and got all the dress up kits for it and then got some different caliber guns? Just curious dude, not bashing on your choice of firearms.
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Nice collection but couldnt you have just bought one 22 and got all the dress up kits for it and then got some different caliber guns? Just curious dude, not bashing on your choice of firearms.
i could have. id rather have 30 .22LR's for each stock.

ive been buying Marlin 60's for $75-$100 a piece. its cheaper that way than buying 10/22's @ $250 a piece.

although it would be nice to have them in .223. id rather not go higher than a .22LR with these dress up kits.
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I'm glad you break software for a living instead of rifles lol very cool collection

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JP, love that scope on your mauser, where can I find a scope mount for my Mauser?

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JP, love that scope on your mauser, where can I find a scope mount for my Mauser?
All of those are Mausers, 3 have scopes. Which one??
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Here they are 270. 2 30-30s 30-06 20ga and 2 12ga's 2 22's a 22-250 and a 50.cal muzzleloader
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JP the K98.

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JP the K98.
Those are Low turret mounts that I got from Austria. A set of mounts and rings will cost about $550.00 and a smith that knows German snipers needs to install them as the scope is soldered into the ring. Most modern scopes either don't fit, or the tube would be ruined by soldering. The Scope is completely dismantled, everything, and the tube is soldered in place using a paste silver solder. Then the scope is re-assembled and zeroed. The Bases are also soldered on. After Zeroed it is drilled and tapped. The scope will run 1000.00 to 1500.00 depending on the model you can find. A Smith to do it is a minimum of $300.00. Everything has to be re-blued correctly also. A short side rail is much easier. After shipping, $2500.00 to have it scoped, or re-scoped.
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