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Old 07-05-2010, 05:25 PM   #11
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Im gonna branch out a bit and start lookin into Glocks as my birthday isnt too far away.
Oh man, now you've gone and spoiled it....
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Old 07-05-2010, 05:27 PM   #12
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I should of put a small description of each up.
The first group
1938 M91/30 Izhevsk, a 1918 mo1 mk3*, a 1970 m59/66A1, a 1943 Savage no4 mk1*, a 1943 Maltby No4 mk1, and a 1945 BSA Shirley no5 mk1.

the second group
1940 Tula Finn captured m91/30, 1928 Izhevsk ex Dragoon m91/30, a 1943 Finnish m39 on a 1926 Izhevsk receiver, and the Bottom one is actually a Swedish m96 in 6.5x55swede. Super accurate rifles, very well made.






another 1970 m59/66A1 with the goodies, a yugoslav m24/47 mauser with the goodies, a 1943 Inland carbine, and a toyo kogyo type 99 Arisaka.

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I just like the look of the glock. Plastic fantastic or Combat Tupperware, regardless of what people think about em, I like em!

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Some of mine.



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And lest I forget....

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My 1945 k31, 1943 M38, 1943 .dou k98, 1942 m91/59.

Hey Gandog, Didn't know you came to this board as well. Got some good stuff there, some nice lookin Mosin Nagants.
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The 91/59 is my favorite Mosin. I've been wanting a nice M96 Swede.

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They are great rifles. Very accurate and they dont recoil that bad at all. 6.5x55 is a fantastic whitetail round as well.

The guy that owned this didnt know much about Mil-Surp rifles and didnt even know what this rifle was. So he sold it to me for 100. The bore had orange rust down the ehole thing but i got lucky and it cleaned right up and its a great shooter.

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