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Old 06-24-2011, 12:35 AM   #61
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naw dnthmn,thats about half of them the other half has sank into a very deep lake

nice 91 mosin & is that a m38?

what is the rifle at the bottem? looks very interesting
Yes, its a M38. And the one on the bottom is a 1869 Swiss Vetterli chambered in 10.4mm rimfire. Very hard to find ammo for it
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10.4mm rimfire

its still awesome'O
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m72 ,,,
sneaking is good , i can handle that.
as for the m95 , you ain,t kidding that thing is a monster, 10 rounds of privi ammo and im done then its time to go back to my mausers to give my shoulder a rest.
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10.4mm rimfire

its still awesome'O
Very unique - one of the largest rimfires every produced. Passed down to me by my grandfather. He left a bunch of European and American firearms, most are antique flintlocks.

VERY expensive ammo. 41SwissRimfireCartridges
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goodlord dnthmn2004,@ 10 - 20bucks a rd.i couldnt afford to shoot it.it's still a nice piece though
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My 24/47 stripped of cosmoline, cleaned up, cold blued and ready to shoot.

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i'm loving the wood grain in that stock CA357
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Me too.
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I'll post pics of my M39 monday not gonna post my m24/47 because it was... forced to conform to my desire of a scoped weapon. Butttt now that that's done I'm not bubba'ing my misurps. Over the next few months, I plan to finally take on reloading, and get an 30 Caliber Rifle M1(is that the right structure?), M1 carbine, and now I've become... interested in the k31...
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K31's are very accurate rifles. I think you'll be happy with one.
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