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Old 01-28-2013, 06:14 PM   #11
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Also my bayonet for my Steyr M95/34 arrived today

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Also I'll be picking up a Russian Makarov I have on layaway Friday when I get paid next.

I'm glad I like foreign guns my wallet couldn't take collecting US Mil-Surplus... I'd be forced to do things I would not be proud of :-)
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I used to have Mosinitis real bad, then I traded them all for a truck............... Only guns I ever got rid of.
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My "Japs"
Koishikawa Type 38 Arisaka
Nagoya Type 38 Arisaka Carbine (With MUM)
Kokura Type 99 "Simplified" Rifle (With MUM)
* Half of a Type 2 "Paratrooper" Arisaka (Not pictured)

My Soviets (ok, ones Finnish )
1942 Izhevsk Mosin-Nagant PU
1941 Sako Mosin-Nagant M39 (Built from 1898 Tula)
1953 Izhevsk SKS

The "rest"
1933 Springfield M1903
1942 BSA Enfield No.I Mk.III*
(?) Steyr M95/34 "Stuzen" Carbine
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I'm glad I like foreign guns my wallet couldn't take collecting US Mil-Surplus... I'd be forced to do things I would not be proud of :-)
Im starting to consider such things.... !!
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That SKS of mine is getting me addicted, too bad its about 10 years too late for cheap ones.

I swore I would never own an Arisaka, because of who used it. But I'm starting to come around to the fact that a gun is a tool and just that. Can't blame the tool. I probably still wouldnt buy one without the mum though.
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The SKS is what started "it" for me!!
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Also my bayonet for my Steyr M95/34 arrived today

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Mind if I ask how much it was? I have one, and I see them on Ebay going for 150-200 bucks!!
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Mind if I ask how much it was? I have one, and I see them on Ebay going for 150-200 bucks!!
$50 + $11 shipping. I got it on eBay and yes lots of overpriced bayonets on eBay but if you are patient there are still reasonable prices on some.
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My "Japs"
Koishikawa Type 38 Arisaka
Nagoya Type 38 Arisaka Carbine (With MUM)
Kokura Type 99 "Simplified" Rifle (With MUM)
* Half of a Type 2 "Paratrooper" Arisaka (Not pictured)

My Soviets (ok, ones Finnish )
1942 Izhevsk Mosin-Nagant PU
1941 Sako Mosin-Nagant M39 (Built from 1898 Tula)
1953 Izhevsk SKS

The "rest"
1933 Springfield M1903
1942 BSA Enfield No.I Mk.III*
(?) Steyr M95/34 "Stuzen" Carbine
Ok I'm jealous, beautiful collection!
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