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Old 04-14-2013, 05:23 AM   #171
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Nice!! Just got a spam can of 7.62x54r for 130 shipped. Not the best deal I know but whatever will bring the ammo to the can
Prices were up but I was able to get him down to $91. Went thinking it would be $80 like last time
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Old 04-14-2013, 07:43 AM   #172
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Just got home from the gunshow.....
What country and bullet construction are those?
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Old 04-14-2013, 07:58 AM   #173
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Not sure if they are Russian or Romanian..... 7.62x54r

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I believe the ((10)) on the spam can is the code for Bulgarian arsenal production.

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Dang that's not bad compared to what they were wanting $150 for 440! Nearly had a stroke! They were wanting $9 for 20 round packets too. They were wanting $5.50 in December when I went!

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I believe the ((10)) on the spam can is the code for Bulgarian arsenal production.
Yes it is Bulgarian. (10) is also the factory code for Bulgarian surplus 7.62x25mm for my CZ52
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Come to think of it, my last can may have been from Bulgaria too. I saved the top.....will get a pic of it later

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This was my last one.
Romanian?



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This was my last one.
Romanian?
I believe that one is russian
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Old 04-15-2013, 05:06 PM   #180
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I have way too many mil surp,s to list em all on one page lol, but my fav has always been the garand , i also converted an old 7.7 jap to a long range shooter i handload for ,surprisingly accurate to 500 meters which is as far as i have to shoot at this moment.here is my garand and the arisaka conversion i have few war bring backs from my dad and uncle but those are another story, the garand was brought back as part,s picked up as dad traveled through north africa and italy in ww2 , his brother, my uncle of course was in pacific and gave me the two arisaka,s he brought back along with a winchester m1 carbine.I have a yr,s work in those two rifle,s and did all the work myself i have bad eyes so i need to scope everything now, that is by far the best way to scope a garand i have found, it is the amega mount from brownells does not alter rifle in any way and can be removed and turned back to mil issue easily.I dont even want to begin to explain how i did the bolt to bent bolt conversion that was a real tuff job on the arisaka.

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