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Old 01-12-2013, 11:58 AM   #11
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I have a Turk, Yugo, and a Spanish. I havent shot the Turk or the Yugo more than a ew test rounds but the Spanish is unbeliveably accurate, You got a nice example of a Mauser.
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I have a Turk, Yugo, and a Spanish. I havent shot the Turk or the Yugo more than a ew test rounds but the Spanish is unbeliveably accurate, You got a nice example of a Mauser.
I just took it out and tried it. I was using 150gr Winchester power max bonded. I can hit those little 8 oz water bottles at 65 yards no problem once I figured the sights out. Once the wind gets down below 30 knots here I will try it on paper.
It was a great buy for 325 dollars. The bore is brand new.
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Very nice pick up. Enjoy it!!
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Wow. I am envious! I am a real milsurp nut and would love to have one.
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