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Old 11-10-2012, 02:41 AM   #31
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If its a 42,43,44, I would just recommend you get a scope at Walmart. If its a Russian, and another year, I still would just pick something up at a sporting goods store.

If its Finnish, invest in something nice.


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I'd pay up to $180-$200 for one that slick, assuming the bore is in as nice condition as the rest of it.
yep, clean bore, 1943... they say it looks Russian...
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If it's a Tula, I would happily give $200. If I had it to spare. Heh, it really probably ain't worth that much, but I'm always willing to pay a little more for what I really like.

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I will try and find an original scope even if it's not the one I use. Do you know the power on them? I think of the newer stuff Jmeck looks better by far but The Brass Stacker allows you to still use the iron sights as needed which is a big plus. Not sure what I'm going to do yet. Did they ever bipod those in WWII?
You can see through the JMECK. You don't have to drill and tap either.
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OK, 1969 step-side Chevy pickup then.

I tried to get satisified with a scope mount on my SKS, but it just wasn't designed for a scope, so i resigned myself to enjoying it as it was designed, mostly.
Would you rather have a trucked out 69 pick up, or one that is rusted over?!?!?


Just screwing with you. X-D
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Heh, it really probably ain't worth that much, but I'm always willing to pay a little more for what I really like.
My philosophy exactly... if I want something I want it... it isn't always about dollars and cents but it usually is...
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Either this one or this one are great if done right, and you can add a nice russian optic (Yes, the russians make good optics) and you even have the choice of a BP type mount with a top rail, then you can add your own railed optic. The rails are very reliable, as well as the mounts and scopes, I've never had a problem with any of them keeping a zero after taking one off and putting it back on the same way.
post pics of your setup please
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You can see through the JMECK. You don't have to drill and tap either.
Yep... going JMECK... just need a decent scope... maybe a fair 3-9x40 with an eye cup would do it... you think?
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Yep... going JMECK... just need a decent scope... maybe a fair 3-9x40 with an eye cup would do it... you think?
Yes, that should work. Find a decent scope on a sporting goods, or Walmart website, and either order it, or pick it up in-store.
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rock solid makes a good mount also

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Check out this video on YouTube:

http://youtu.be/V5LgFS__EDg
Bassett machine.com makes a mount I needed for my m1a. I don't know of other rifle mounts. The leatherwood scope in this utube vid I've used on my ar15. Recently bought the m1200 leatherwood ART SCOPE FOR MY m1a. It's no math. Watch this vid. I paid 475$ for the m1200. The m1000 goes for about 385$.

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