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Old 07-03-2011, 01:11 AM   #11
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Here is the only picture that I have of my Czech Mauser.


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Enfield No4 MkI .303 Brit
SMLE 7.62mm Enfield, 2A1 .308
Springfield 1917 Enfield, .30-06
Springfield M-1 Garand, .30-06
91/30 Mosin Nagant, 7.62x54r
Czech 98k Mauser, 8mm

Missing Universal M-1 Carbine

Love those old rifles. Semi's like the AR are great but they do not have the feel like the old bolt actions.
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Nice collection, I cant tell anything by the photo but I posted a tread in curio in relics about my israeli k98's one of which is a czech, you might look at it and see if any of the markings are similar

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Nice collection, I cant tell anything by the photo but I posted a tread in curio in relics about my israeli k98's one of which is a czech, you might look at it and see if any of the markings are similar
Thanks, I had to rearrange my closet to make room for another safe and had everything out so I took a quick picture of these. I will try and post some more pictures in a couple of days.

I will look in to you post and check out your pictures. I did find a Enfield No. 5 Jungle Carbine that is in good condition but the local gun shop wants almost $700 for it.
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Thanks, I had to rearrange my closet to make room for another safe and had everything out so I took a quick picture of these. I will try and post some more pictures in a couple of days.

I will look in to you post and check out your pictures. I did find a Enfield No. 5 Jungle Carbine that is in good condition but the local gun shop wants almost $700 for it.
Pass on the Enfield....way too much $$, double what its worth
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That is what I told him. But he is the type of person that does not like to deal with anyone even his regulars. He had Mosin Nagant 91/30's for $250. One was missing the bolt and he wanted $200. Go figure, but he is the only gun shop for 100 miles.
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Here are some pictures of my Mauser. Sorry if some of them are not in focus but my camera on my phone is not great.








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These were on the barrel, not sure what they are. I tried to get a better picture but this was the best one.

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700.ooDouble for a no5??????? .you looked up the price of no5s recently , cheapest i could find is 895 in fair shape , not many left that were not battered in burma and other jungles in pacific. you find a nice one good investment they never last long on auctions.But firing them is like trying to tame a rhino brutal recoil.I have one myself.And horrendous flame bursts out front .Have fired a few ,my m44 can not compare in recoil and muzzle blast to the no5.And it can be brutal as well .
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700.ooDouble for a no5??????? .you looked up the price of no5s recently , cheapest i could find is 895 in fair shape , not many left that were not battered in burma and other jungles in pacific. you find a nice one good investment they never last long on auctions.But firing them is like trying to tame a rhino brutal recoil.I have one myself.And horrendous flame bursts out front .Have fired a few ,my m44 can not compare in recoil and muzzle blast to the no5.And it can be brutal as well .
This thread is 2.5 years old. Last post was 1.5 years!!!!
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This thread is 2.5 years old. Last post was 1.5 years!!!!
OOP,S guess i need to start reading the dates ya think lol.
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