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Old 01-29-2013, 03:38 AM   #31
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1953 HRA M1 Garand
1944 Mauser Oberndorf Karabiner 98k
1949 Fazakerly Lee Enfield No.4 Mk.1
1942 Tula Mosin Nagant M91/30

I also have a Norinco SKS that I'm putting back into original configuration.
You have my ideal collection of long guns. All you need now is something Japanese, and you will have Allies and Axis.

If I was Santa Claus, I would make your set complete with a Russian 7.62 Nagant, a USGI Colt 45, A German Luger, and an English Webly 38 cal "War Finish"
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You have my ideal collection of long guns. All you need now is something Japanese, and you will have Allies and Axis.

If I was Santa Claus, I would make your set complete with a Russian 7.62 Nagant, a USGI Colt 45, A German Luger, and an English Webly 38 cal "War Finish"
Thanks.

I would love to have everything you mentioned, especially the Luger, M1911A1 and the Webley. I would be thrilled with even a mismatched version of them.
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First mosin last week, as long as they stay cheap, I think I've got the itch

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As do I....

Isnt a CZ a Mauser Variant? I didnt see a pic of it?
It was between the Cabrine and Eddystone to the right. But it's the Czech pistol, not rifle. I've had a few Mauser offers but they were either too expensive or heavily sporterized beyond recognition.
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First mosin last week, as long as they stay cheap, I think I've got the itch
Ha it's great isn't it? They are amazing rifles and reliable! Congrats
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Ha it's great isn't it? They are amazing rifles and reliable! Congrats
'42 with a pretty rough stock. Less than 70rds through it and I'm hitting milk jugs at 180-200 yards. Lovin it
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Beautiful dark stock! Nice rifle. That's not bad for 200 yards,

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Beautiful dark stock! Nice rifle. That's not bad for 200 yards,
Yeah, these rifles make shooting too easy lol. I love them for sure
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Are they worth more if all numbers match? I have the same number on the barrel, stock, bolt, and trigger guard/magazine.

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