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Discussion in 'Auto & Semi-Auto Discussion' started by BVictorious, Feb 28, 2012.
Let's see them!
An M-1 Carbine with an Ultinak scope base and a mini-red dot. Really improves accuracy.
Love those M1 Carbines!
Here are my WW2 military rifles:
Sorry, they're not all semi-autos
Mosion nagant no pix at this time
Here are the ones I have pics of.
Steyr95 & MN38
Sawed off Enfield No4Mk1.
Mauser bringback, taken from a dead German sniper.
Enfield No4Mk1(T) sniper.
And one Yugo Mauser.
M1 garand and mosin nagant right now but hopefully picking up a carbine in april
I meant to post this in the general discussion, so they don't have to be semi-auto.
I'm seeing a lot of very nice ww2 war horses here!
My grandpa( r.i.p.) traded what he brought home for a car: luger, and a German 4- barrel handgun. That's all my grandma can remember about the guns. I don't hold it against him ( times were tough), but I sure would like to have those, or at least know what the 4- barrel was.
+ mutt ar
My grampa has a springfield 30 06 I have the mosion nagant my uncle has the m1 carbine my grandpa has a 1911 friends of mine have all types
I have a Japanese type 99 arisaka with all parts still intact with the bayonet that my grandpa brought back from Iwo Jima
Okay finally got a pix of my mosin
yeah let me know what you think cuz I had to take the picture and of course edid it
Here is my restored to 100% correct configuration 1943 Standard Products carbine.
And it shoots great too! 100yard open sights, 6" target
Soviet 1941 Ishevsk SVT-40
German 1941 Zf-41 Sharpshooter's Rifle
Japanese Type 99 Short Rifle with all the goodies
I went to a gun show this weekend and saw a lot of great old war rifles. A few M1's, M1 carbines, Mauser K98's, Mosin Nagant's, etc. I wish I wasn't getting married in a few months or else I would have bought a few!
Mosin Nagant 91/30
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