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Old 10-31-2010, 02:23 AM   #11
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I show no mercy!!!!

I'm figuring it out with you.
Okay, we can go nuts together.
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And things get more confusing when we throw in the Turk M38 rifles......
I picked up a Turkish M38 mauser in the beginning of the month at the gun show here in SD. its 8mm stamped 1934 and from what i have found online its a ww1 capture that was reworked and stamped turk at some point in time.

i have some pics of it in another thread on here if you want to check it out. http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/f37/k98-32895/index2.html
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Okay, we can go nuts together.
I must be really gone then!
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I must be really gone then!
Not gonna' argue.
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I picked up a Turkish M38 mauser in the beginning of the month at the gun show here in SD. its 8mm stamped 1934 and from what i have found online its a ww1 capture that was reworked and stamped turk at some point in time.

i have some pics of it in another thread on here if you want to check it out. http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/f37/k98-32895/index2.html
That's a good looking Mauser. Somehow I missed that thread. Thanks for pointing it out.
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The Swede is going on the back burner for now. Something very interesting is coming into my possession that will be my next project. Stay tuned.

Now I have to get my butt in gear and reassemble the Eddystone before I get too backlogged.

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I had an article once that clamed the 6.5 X 55 was the most accurate rifle of the bolt action era. Nothing in my 2 rifles would disclame that statement. It took an Antilope out at over 100 yards one shot.

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That sounds about right from what I've heard. I really want one, but it will have to wait for a while.

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My son also put 2 antilpoe down with the long verson.

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CA, if you are gonna go nuts, follow jpattersonnh, he seems to know the right way to go. He posted a map in an earlier thread.

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