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Brass capped nugget edition
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>>41481404
First for daddy's money
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(You)s are coming in early this year I see
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I got 300 bucks to spend on a mil-surp. Found a type 38 arisaka with a matching bolt for $250... i have a press so ammo is kinda whatever

should i get something else or are 6.5 arisakas cool
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>>41481586
what's the condition?
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>>41481592
Very little bluing but it seems to be in tact and in fairly good shape.
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>>41481595
I'd prolly jump on that desu milsurp isn't going to get cheaper.
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>>41481404
>tfw I could finally buy guns when nuggets hit $300 going rate
>tfw no nugget
At least I have my mausers. I need more surp but a modern handgun and school comes first. I just wish that I didn't have to go back to my LGS to have them send their FFL again because the dealer I'm buying from didn't get it the first time apparently. Why is my first handgun purchase such a hassle?
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>>41481586
My Type 38 is probably in my top 5 surplus rifles to shoot.
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Bought this mk2 at a gunshow last weekend for $300, despite the pitting it has, the rifling is in good shape, might get it recrowned tho.
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>>41481670
That's a good deal.
>Recrowned
Check the crown first, it might look shit. But it could be fine. My Mosin has a horrific looking one, but it's actually fine.
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>>41481586
6.5x50SR has almost no recoil and minimal report. Very nice to shoot.
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>>41481586
Go for the Arisaka. 6.5 Jap is incredibly fun and easy to shoot. Even out of my carbine it's easier on your shoulder than even an SKS.
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>>41481688
It does look kinda crappy, but you cant judge a book by its cover. Just gotta take out for a spin and see how it shoots.
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Holy shit I actually won
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>>41481935
Congrats buddy. Welcome to the winners club.
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Anyone here ever order from Sarco, Inc? I need a tall Swedish mauser front sight and they have it $10 cheaper than Liberty Tree.
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>>41481834
lose weight and get properly fitting clothes you dork
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>>41481957
Thanks but I've never used the gunbroker checkout shit before so that's the biggest obstacle here
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>>41481935
>The next step is to pay.
Good price. Market for US Krags seems to be in a slump this year.

>>41481979
My experiences with SARCO have been mostly good.

>41481990
Post 'surp.
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Why do some nuggets have brass caps?
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>>41482059
We just don't know.

Copper rivets > brass caps anyway.
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How much would 10 original izzy stripper clips be worth
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>>41482090
>Izzy

Pls stop
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Does anyone know how to remove storage grease from your surp? Someone said oven degreaser but I’m not sure about that.
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>>41482906
I can’t spell the fucking name you worthless nitpicking autist tell me what ww2 era stripperclips manufactured in the arsenal that starts with an “I” are worth
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>>41483651
Probably close to a dollar a piece. I bought some in a group of 5 for $3 at a LGS
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>repro cleaning rod on the way
>rear sight screw thing on the way
>bayonet currently being bid on
She'll be complete soon lads. Pretty sad I won't get to shoot her much, this gun feels good.
>>41483604
I've always used boiling water followed by compressed air/ blow drier for the metal and the black bag trick or a hair dryer for the wood
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>>41483604
Since it's summer now, you could try leaving it inside the car wrapped up in something absorbent.
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Anyone collect helmets? I have a size M ACH, but need a L. Looking to trade shells.
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>>41483604
>>41483883

If you are referring to cosmoline an junk in the action and receiver just take it apart and clean normally if it isn't that bad. Thats what I did on a K31.

If its in the stock like this guy said you can put it in a safe and hot space and the oil seeps out. Pic related I used a hair dryer on, and left it in my hot garage by a window to get the oil out of it.
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>>41483604
Dunk/soak metal in mineral spirts, dissolves the cosmoline pretty gud. Heat will wick it out of wooden components like stocks. Patience and elbow grease will do the rest. At least that what i did with my nugget
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Got one of the new TTCs from Aimsurplus in. Looks like it's in really good condition for surplus from the 50s. No holster wear at all, barrel looks like it was barely shot, the finish is blued instead of parkerized, and the finish itself looks to be in good condition. Thing's pretty greasy, so I'll be giving it a mineral spirits bath this weekend. I'm very pleased with it, especially considering that I paid $219 base for it. Some people on Gunboards are reporting that theirs are fully or partially parkerized, so be prepared.

If you don't have a true TT-33 (not one of those Yugo M57s, the real deal), this is a good time to get one since this current wave of them from AIMsuplus and Sweaty Ben is probably one of the last batches surplus shops will be getting. Get one now before you have to pay $300+ from some pawn shop at Gunbroker.
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>>41483842
How much did the rod cost ya
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>>41484150
$29.50 shipped.
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>>41484150
http://www.nambuworld.com/parts.htm
Dude has quite a few repro parts, seems popular on gunboards
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>>41484191
Not bad
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>>41483979
I though he was talking about wood stocks.
Sorry I'm not really good at reading so much.
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>>41481935
Winning always feels good.
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>>41484961

that would go well with my 96/11, gratz
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>>41481573

The (You) season keeps getting earlier and earlier. I guess it's global warming.
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>>41481935

Damn. That's a good price.

>>41485044

I'm thinking about selling pic related soon...
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>>41485941
(You)s don't grow down here as well as they used to.
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I'm starting to get more interested in semi-auto surp.
What sort of weapons should I look into?
I've already got an SKS.
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>>41485941
Oh shit just realized school just got out for a lot of states that's probably the reason. All these noguns teens posting now that they aren't being indoctrinated by the public school system.
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>>41486019
Hakim the meme
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>>41486019

Garand
M1 carbine
AG-42
Hakim
Rasheed
G43/K43
FN-49
MAS-49
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>Irwin-Pedersen M1 carbine for sale

It's fascinating how guns that were so bad they couldn't be accepted by the government during a war are more valuable than those produced by quality contractors.

The strangeness of collecting.
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>>41481957
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-15VC4Yxzys
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>>41481404
thats some nice dirt rod u got there m8.
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>>41483604
mineral spirits
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>>41485967
>>41484961
swiss rubies are my favourite to shoot
from an ergonomics pov.
i mostly shoot surplus ammo and its excellent. does anyone have experience with s&b 7,5x55?
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Carry over from yesterday
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>>41488849
Heres most of the rest
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>guy always happens to bid one penny more than me
>enter random number
>guy gets that random number
What the fuck is this shit?
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>>41488849
handy funs?
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>>41488871
nice essential collection
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>>41481979
>Sarco
Ordered no. I live less than a half hour away from their showroom. My dealings with them have varied from meh to excellent (really depends on who you end up with). Give them a go if they have what you need and are the cheapest option.

It used to be better but if you are ever in the Lehigh Valley area of PA, I would suggest a stop by to peruse their wears.
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>>41489169
Autobid system that will automatically bid one bid increment higher than you till it reaches the their maximum.

For example, Joe blow wants to.pay at most $100. Anon wants the same thing but only is willing to pay $95 and the bid increment is $1. When anon puts his bid in, it will say Joe blow bid $96. But if anon rethinks things and says, no I am willing to pay $105, then when anon puts in his second bid, it will show $101.

Short story, online auctions like eBay and Gunbroker are not like live auctions where what you bid is what you will pay. These auctions are you pay what the next closest person wants to pay + one bid increment.
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>>41489238
No you don't understand.
I mean he bid exactly one cent over me, I was winning, but his bid was over one cent.
So I entered a random number, was winning, and but the same guy entered that same random number.
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>>41481650
Don't worry, Mausers are vastly superior
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Is the stock a deciding factor for you ? I'd rather have a nice stock than a beat to shit one obviously but is it a detrimental factor for accuracy and reliability of the rifle ? A lightly damaged stock shouldn't have much influence over the shots, right ?
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>>41489248
This doesn't make any sense. Speak clearly.
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>>41489248
>You could be dealing with a human who doesn't understand the autobid system and is manually biding the next highest increment above you after you bid.
Or
>You don't understand the autobid system and are misinterpreting what happens when someone has out bid you to start.

My guess is that it is the latter. What has happened is that you have run into someone who has beat your bid to start. Let's say the it item in question is showing a price of $350 with a bid increment of $1. Say that he bid $1000 on the item but it will only show 350 since that is the reserve or starting price (I hate Gunbroker's reserve pricing system).
Now you come along and want said item. You want to get it for $500. So you bid $500, but since he already bid 1000, the system says he out bid you at $501. You randomly enter 576.25 and all of a sudden it shows he bid 577.25. What has happened is that you have yet to surpass his bid. If you bid over his original bid of 1000, then you will see a bid of yours at $1001 and that is the price you will be held to should you win the auction.

I see two options for you here:
Bid what you would like to pay for the item. Then once out bid, bid what you would pay at most for the item.
Or
Just bid what you would be willing to pay at most for the item the first time.

I lean for the second option when I try to buy from auction sites.
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>>41481650
I owned three nuggets wheb they were cheap. One would rip the rim off the case, and the other was so frustrating I literally threw it in a river one day and sold the third.
Get an SMLE or mauser
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>>41481979
I found three swedish sight hoods on ebay for $5/per. I got one and it fit with no issues
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>>41489470
Also try to wait for the last day of the bid, sometimes people bid and forget about it. If you bid woth two weeks left, theres more time for people to upbid.
Tho GB has the “15 minute” rule, to prevent sniping, so.... maybe?
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>>41481935
>buying an ancient rifle with an obsolete action for more than a modern semiauto or durr rifle
I shiggy diggy
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>>41489655
Personally I don't wait, Gunbroker sends out tons of emails to remind you that you have won an auction or an auction is coming to a close so I am not afraid of forgetting.
If someone outbids me, they out bid me. I bid what I am willing to pay and that would be it. While it does leave more time to be outbid, I have found that most of the time I am outbid, it is the last day of the auction anyway.
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I bought my first nugget for 550 dollars. It came with 1,000 rounds of ammo, a scope / bubba mount, and a sling.

How did I do?
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>>41489781
Well that's almost a good deal on the ammo alone. What nugget and what nugget food?
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>>41489666
>Missing the point of milsurp this hard

ISHYDDT
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>>41489975
>replying to bait
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>>41490036
>replying to (yous)
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>>41481404
I don't know if I should buy a Siamese Mauser or an 04/39 Vergueiro. Both are in fantastic condition but I just bought 2 other surp gats this month and can only afford one.
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>tfw can't justify spending over 850 on a norwegian krag at this point with my wallet strapped for cash.

it hurts bros. if you want to try at it: https://www.gunbroker.com/item/811165716
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>>41483703
>tfw you get 15 original Romanian stripper clips with ammo on them + 440 rounds of new Tula 54R with your '33 Izhevsk 91/30 all for $200.00
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>>41483986
>>41488359
Not the guy you’re replying to but do you have to completely strip the rifle before you put it in mineral spirits or can you just do a field strip and dunk the whole thing (stock included) in a tub of it?
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>>41490289
DO NOT PUT YOUR STOCK IN MINERAL SPIRITS!
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>>41490189
The deal I got with mine was 38 Tula 91/30 with accessories a spam can of 54r and the 5 clips, because it's all he had, for $300.
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>>41490135

Good luck finding ammo for the Siamese.
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>soimeone near me is selling a bubbad svt-40 for $1200
>at minimum I'd have to get a new stock and fix some scope mount holes in the dust cover

I was planning on trying to get this guy down to 600-800 otherwise it's not worth the fucking hassle. any thoughts?

here's the gun for reference:
http://www.armslist.com/posts/9945842/washington-antiques-for-sale--svt-40
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>>41490351
I already reload for 2 esoteric calibres (6.5x53.5r Daudeteau and 8x60r), what's a third?
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>>41490368
That poor rifle. Yeah, $800 tops
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whats the going price for an sks in decent shape, ideally a Russian.

Also ever see a M44 1952 production without a numbered bolt ? Doesn't seem like bubba filed it off - i've read that this happens sometimes as a repair or something.

Any ideas?
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>>41490148

You're gonna have to pony up the cash if you want something rare.
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>>41490483

Non-Russian would be $400ish. Russian is $500+ generally.
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>>41490135
Verguiero. Those are in a easily found caliber. You don't have a lathe to make 8x52r brass.
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>>41490488
There's a few rarities that are cheap that fly under the radar because they were used by South/Central American countries.
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>>41490574

Norwegian Krags are not on that list.
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Hey /msg/, I don't have any milsurp at all yet, as I'm typically very utilitarian about my gun purchases. But at my local cabella's, there an arisaka in remarkably good shape, looks to be early war chambered in 6.5 for $450. Is that something I really should to jump on, or should I save up and get an M1 garand which I've kinda wanted since ive gotten into guns. Anyone have any experiences with arisakas?

Additionally how impossible/expensive is it to get 6.5x50?
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>>41490630
6.5 Jap is around $2 a round. It's really fun to shoot, but I personally wouldn't recommend going for an Arisaka unless you're willing to reload for it.
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>>41490630
>Additionally how impossible/expensive is it to get 6.5x50?
It's hard to find and expensive ($45+ a box) when you do, so handloading is basically required. It's a wonderful cartridge but if you're utilitarian surp probably isn't for you.
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>>41490671
I got my 6.5 from "mrnambu" $1.25/rd, along with the repro sling. I've been trying to contact him for more but no response.
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>>41490630
Save up an extra $325 and get a Garand
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>>41490488
like this ?

https://www.gunbroker.com/item/813271857
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>>41490798
Where do you recommend is the best place to try to get a garand? I really don't want to go through CMP's bullshit to get one
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>>41490656
>>41490671
Thanks anons. It will continue to tempt me.
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>>41490840
Well then you're SOL, faggot
It's retardedly easy and you get it shipped straight to your door so don't be a fucking dweeb and do it
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>>41490812
Inadequate
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>>41490812
>>41490862
>not sneaking off with incredible deals off GB late at night.
Try harder.
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This might be a stupid question, but I'm new to mil surp, so please bear with me. Where is a good place to get Mil/LE Cz 75s or 75 clones like the Jericho?
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>>41490630

$450 is about 150 too high for an ordinary Arisaka, but that's Cabela's for you. You should get whatever gun you want, not whatever gun the internet thinks is the best.

>>41490671

https://www.tacticalammunition.com/product/6-5x50-japanese-100gr-hp-20-ct-ta88-0006/

>>41490890

I forget which one it was, but one of my recent purchases ended in the middle of the night Best Coast (if you ignore California) time. I was the only person who bid late.

>>41490900

Armslist.
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>>41490918
Never heard of them. That's a fucking light bullet though. But regardless I stand corrected.
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>>41491127

They're a local manufacturer. I only know of them because they show up at the local gun shows. I have a box of their 6.5 Weeb, but I haven't shot it yet. They also make 7.7.
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new buy: austrian longboi.
steyr 95 with a double header eagle on the right side of the receiver
shiny bore and 100% blueing.
blonde stock indicates bulgarian refurb tho.
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>>41490856
goddamn. that wood. i wonder if I requested it I could get wood like that on a service grade.
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>>41491824
Maybe. You'll probably get a CMP stock though.
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>>41491824
>>41491850
what accuracy can one expect from a garand?
thinking about getting one or an sks as a semi auto surp. but only if i can hit smth at 100.
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>>41491974
You'll get better accuracy out of an M1 than you will an SKS but it's not as noticeable at 100 yards. My m1 shoots about 1-3 moa my sks is about the same depending on ammo consistency.
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>>41492003
hmm. thx but that makes it even harder to choose.
here in austria there is more 30-06 to choose from than 7,62x39, i guess no more than one or two non corrosive ones for the latter. but the sks will be cheaper, no clips and cheaper ammo. maybe both.
i just want a semi surp with wood furniture, what else is there that isnt too complicated or delicate? swedes need ammo drowned in oil afai, but what about that french semi mas?
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>>41492144
keep in mind many modern 30-06 brands are not suitable for the garand. I find the sks to be much more useable and fun, but the garand has more history and with the right wood is absolutely beautiful.
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>>41492248
since dont reload... sks is it gonna be.
just ckecked prices: italian presidential guard garand, very good shape: 2000 gay ass euro bills, sks 500-700ish.
russkie with laminated stock maybe.
na sdorowje.
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>>41491824
You won't. I have no idea how I got lucky enough to pull this.
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Will I still need to fill out a 4473 if I'm buying a C&R gun (at a local pawnshop) and have a copy of my C&R license with me? Also, does my C&R license get me out of the stupid 3nday waiting period? (Florida)
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>>41492842
You shouldn't have to fill out a 4473 in that case. It is an FFL to FFL transfer. As for the second, I dunno. Now, whether or not the pawn shop will know any of this is a different question
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I wonder if Sweaty Ben is gone. The e-mails from Classic today are from "Clint" and I haven't seen a video with Ben for quite some time.
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Posting again because im still curious, anyone know why there is a W on this type 30 bayonet?
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>>41492913
Subcontractor marking.
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Does this count as surplus? Bought it earlier this week
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>>41482077
maybe to fix those cracks?
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>>41492908
Heart attack got him
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>>41492922
I had guessed that much, but any clues on which one? It looks absolutely nothing like other subcontractor marks I've seen
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is it ever appropriate to re-finish a C&R rifle? so long as you don't change its overall look and feel too much.
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what is yall's opinion on the cz 70? I've seen a lot of mixed reviews on it and I don't know what to think. I know 32 acp is kinda anemic but if nothing else my wife could always use a purse gun
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>>41492977
Ben OD'd on too many BBQ sammiches.
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>>41493128
It's only original once.
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>>41493202
so replacing a cracked stock or getting the steel refinished is a bad thing? not really intending on selling the guns i just want them to not be sporters
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>>41493128
>>41493230
Stocks should be fixed if possible, not replaced. Keep the original if it's not splinters. Reblueing and refinishing should be done as a last resort to keep the gun from degrading further.
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>>41481404
Why am I like this

2 days ago I bought a Helwan, today I buy this. 3rd fucking surp purchase this month.
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>>41493787

Good price.
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>>41489304
>>41489470
When the auction ends I think I'll be able to explain myself a bit better.
But I do know how autobidding works, but that's not what's happening here.
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>>41493787
I already spend too much on this rifle and I'm looking into others.
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>>41493787
That's a nice price you got there
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>>41486662
>>41487112
What's a good price on a Hakim?
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>>41493168

Have its predecessor, the CZ-50

If they fixed the soft steel, then its a pretty kino pistol
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>>41494487

Every time I see that bench I want to refinish the wood
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>>41494684
>refinish
Leave that wood alone, bubba!
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I have a couple Surps to dentify. It's from a friend who's slav relatives took them.
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>>41494828
also this
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>>41494842
and this.
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>>41494652
I paid $450 but you'd expect to pay on average $500-$650
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Found this in my pa’s attic. Looks old. Can anyone identify it?
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Does anyone other than Buffalo Arms make 43 Spanish? I might win a lot soon with two rolling blocks, one of them is an Argentine in 43 Spanish.
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>>41494842
>>41494851
That's a bubba'd MAB D
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>>41494956
>MAB D
Kick ass. I love /k.
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>>41494956
Does this indicate a french resistance pistol?
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>>41490325
So how do you get it out of the stock then?
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>>41495116
Blow dryer or black bag in a car on a hot day
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https://www.gunbroker.com/item/813374448
Oh god...no!
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>>41481957
This gives me the big MAS
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>>41494787

Some BLO would really wake up the wood
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>>41495421
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>>41495663
>>41494684
The wood needs love, but sadly she'll be passed on to a new owner in a few months. Im leaving the bench behind when I move
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How much should I spend on this?
https://www.gunbroker.com/item/813661678
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>>41495692
'bout tree fiddy
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So, Remington rolling blocks in 7mm. I've been watching a bit and price ranges look to be mostly $300 to $450, depending on condition, and im ready to buy. Is there any way to reliably tell the age on these? There's one on GB that the seller claims is an antique, but I dont want my snake to get shot
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>>41494828
>pack of reds in the front pocket
Based
It's a Romanian AKMS based on the grip
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>>41495790
7mm Rolling Blocks are awesome, get one.
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>>41495689

Where are you moving to? Someplace you can shoot on your own property I hope

Leave the bench nicer for them
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>>41494673
yeah I know the 50 is better they are just so hard to come by nowadays the hunt continues I guess
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>>41496413

The 70 is better sempai

Have a very early CZ-70 and the slide metal is so soft its got galling on the underside from the hammer hitting it on the way back. I reckon its got about 300 more rounds before its unshootable
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>>41496069
Nope. Next 4 years will be apartment life. And maybe I'll touch it up before I go.
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>>41481404
help me...

I found a romanian mosin m44 for 90 bucks but I also found a Stgw57 for 300 bucks.

Which one should I buy ?
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>>41496780
The guy selling the m44 also has a makarov for 280 bucks
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>>41496780
Fucking both. That's credit card worthy
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>>41496780
>>41496791
Buy them all!
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>>41494828
Looks like a Chinese underfolder.
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>>41496801
I don't have enough money to buy them all right now. I already bought an AK two weeks ago
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>>41496834
You stupid bastard, rob a store and buy them!
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>>41496845
My skin is too light. The seller will not take me seriously and laugh at me.
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>>41496440
good to know how long did it last yah? what kind of ammo do you use? I heard that 7.65×17tends to be hotter the 32acp and can cause feeding issues. don't know if there's any truth to that tho
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>>41492908
maybe he is on vacation in thailand
sweating is sweaty ass off
blowing all the surp money
on a truckload of hookers
and listening to kansas
carry on my wayward son
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>>41492977
nah. he forgot to turn his sweat swag off and is now covered in bitches.
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>>41488369
S&B 7.5 is gtg. Took a deer with one of the soft points out of my K-31.
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are yugo mauser a good alternative to german ones ? doesn't seem to me that yugos would be inherently worse for their price seeing the insane markup on german ones
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>>41498518
Yugo captured are good. M48s are fine, but they're not quite the same as a real k98k
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Contributing
1903
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Buy low
Sell high
Waiting for the high part.
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>>41498617
i'm asking because yugo are going for 550 whereas K98k are going for at least 700, more around 800-850. French surplus market is absurd.
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Gotta shoot this soon.
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>>4149871
Unissued
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>>41498793
Fucking glorious
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>>41498793
2
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>>41498793
Nice Mitchell's
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>>41496834
>>41496780
ARE YOU A RETARD?
That's what credit is for.
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>>41498793
>>41498811
>he bought a Mitchell's Abortion
Hahahahahahaha
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>>41498518
for shooting they are even better because new barrels and constant arsenal refurb. but that lowers the collection value significantly. they are ok if you are not seeking a k98 with eagles.
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>>41499120
I couldn't help myself.
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I have some serious fomo going on over a FN Isreali Mauser that sold for like $450 with a bayo and cleaning kit a week and a half ago and a late war German one that was converted that sold for $370 on Saturday. Fugg why did my laptops HD have to take a shit now?
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Are the trench guns with the mount for the long bayonet all that cheap or common?
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>>41499258
No aaaand no.
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>>41481573
hey, I just found out that garands, despite having been used in war, are legal in Italy (where I live and where "military-grade" stuff (like 7.62 NATO, but not 308) is banned) so I thought of purchasing one, but I really enjoy long range shooting, so I wanted to know how hard it is to mount scopes on that thing, if it's possible at all.
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>>41499242
What the fuck is that bubba'd mess of a mauser? Does the bayonet lug even work with it placed so far back?
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>>41499330
Zastava M63
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>>41498518
M48's are good rifles, not as collectible as other Mausers, but most are in good or very good condition due to constant upkeep by the Yugoslavs, and they are very nice shooting rifles.
>>41498617
Yugo Capture K98's are excellent shooters, mine has the smoothest bolt out of any of my cock on open Mausers except for maybe my 1917 Spandau G98.
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>>41481404
Gimme the rundown on buying a carcano
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>>41499495
There are a bajillion very different models
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>>41499495
Don't buy a bubba'd one. Carcanos used a sort of progressive rifling where the twist rate increases through the length of the barrel. This means that if Bubba chops the barrel to make it look like MUH DURR HUNTIN RIFLE, it also ruins the rifling. This is how you get the "Carcanos are horribly inaccurate" meme. It's a lot like how the "Mosin can't hit the broad side of a barn" meme comes from idiots sportorizing the stock when the Mosin specifically needs a really snug stock to be accurate.
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>>41499698
I'm looking at a calvary model, the only bubba I can see is an added limbsaver instead of the leather/metal buttplate
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>>41499698
>>41499724
It has a crown and as far as I can tell hasn't been chopped, the front post is still on it
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I'm a poorfag but I get paid soon. I have my eye on either a K31 with sling & cleaning kit for $800 or a package deal of a Swede m96 and a 96/38 for $1200. I'm torn and I could go for either or. What would you guys choose?
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>>41499767
Neither, those are shit prices
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>>41499055
I don't know if getting into debts for some guns is a good idea
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>>41499779
It's in canadian if that makes a difference
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>>41499814
>going into debt
If going into debt means being out a couple hundred that you can't immediately pay off within a month, then you shouldn't be binging guns in the first place.
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>>41499767
2 guns is better than 1 gun.
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>>41498711
That’s about what they’re going for in the US market as well my frog friend.
I’ve owned both and while I like my K98 more, the M48 was a good shooter and got me into bold surp.
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>>41499319
Don’t mount a scope on one.
Just....don’t.
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>>41481404
Normally I don't think much of the nugget, but that is a damn sexy one.
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>Want to get a MAS-44
>Ian does a video on them

Welp, there goes that idea.

>>41499319

You can find M1Cs and M1Ds that have scope mounts already available or installed.
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>>41500380
>he didn't buy a 44, a 49, and a 49/56 far in advance before anyone knew about French guns
I remember buying mine when they were stupid cheap thanks to Fudds saying that 7.5 Frog was an awful cartridge.
>go to LGS
>there's a MAS 49 for $400
>buy that shit immediately
>fat fudd at the desk is talking about how the ammo is impossible to find
>"that's fine dude I reload"
>he continues talking and claiming that it jams constantly
>"ok dude that's nice"
>go home
>shoot gun
>never had a jam or issue
I also got a 49/56 in .308 that miraculously works. It took me something like 6 test runs to get one that worked though. The others all jammed up and had a shitton of issues.
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>>41498636
A very good contribution.
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>>41500434
>7.5mm French
>impossible to find
Fucking boomers, day of the pillow when?
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>>41500519
You have to understand that boomers don't really use the internet much. They can go on Gunbroker or Armslist with I KNOW WHAT I GOT well enough, but they have zero skills at doing research or finding things. This is why fuddlore still exists despite there being internet. They also seem to have no idea that ammoseek exists, and they think that paying $1 a round for .308 at their local store is the "going price".
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>>41500380
Thank god i jumped on the one I just bought. And tomorrow/Monday he's gonna hump the 49.
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Commence new gat posting.
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>>41500728
Only because you asked nicely
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>>41500728
>>41500734
>>41500744

How many did you paid for it ?
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>>41500853
Nice 91/28. How much did you pay?
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>>41500899
It was $700 for the three guns I just posted so somewhere under $250?
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>>41500911
That's pretty good. The arisaka has been refinished, but nice prices
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>>41500853
Spaghetti bro.
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>>41500964
Even more pasta
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>>41500728
>Commence new gat posting.
Done.
>>41500734
>>41500744
I should buy one of those before they get any more expensive.
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>>41500728
I basically bought this a month ago.
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>>41500842
$325 of Fuddbroker.
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>>41501521
>$325

That's robbery. Here G96/11 costs like 100
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>Krag is in the mail and should be here by Tuesday

Can't fuckin wait boys
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>>41501521
Nice.
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New FN Mauser, I need 8mm.
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>>41501005
Pasta?
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>>41501741
Fuck me. How? I hate my country
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>>41502506
Nice, you'll love it. What country?
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>>41505016
>>41481935
It's this one
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>>41495530
yo, that's no Yugo
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>>41505840
Gimme gimme gimme gimme.
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>>41505840
Nice poster. I think old books are popular here too
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Any Coloradoanons ever go to the Colorago Gun Collectors Association show? Its on this weekend, debating going.
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>>41505815
You have the big retard
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>>41506224
now THAT'S a yugo

the other one tho?>>41495530
>no top handguard
>cutout in the stock under the bolt end
>bolt takedown disc

that there's a k98
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Should this be fine to shoot in a 7.62 Spanish Mauser? Someone got me a gift card for Sportsman's Warehouse and this is the only 7.62x51 they have in stock. I've shot surplus 147 grain South Korean out of it before with no issue but I'm big dumb and don't know if grain is important for pressure or not.
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>>41506872
It's an m98/48 aka a Yugo rework
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>>41481404
dat Mosin yours? wanna sell it?
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>>41507486
It's mine and no thanks
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Is $600 a fair price for a Radom?
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>>41508053
Yes
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Anyone seen this nagant sling before?
91/30 non referb with finish capture mark
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>>41506872
What's it like knowing enough that you think you're an authority, but only enough to make yourself look like a retard?
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>>41508053
No, it is well below a fair price.
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>>41508067
>>41508756
Alright. I'll probably go in on Monday then. It's been sitting a while so I doubt it'll be gone. They've never really been on my radar, but my financials have taken a turn from good to very good, so fuck it.
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Any idea on fixing my m1 carbines wobble in the stock? I think the recoil plate is the wrong size. So far I have just been shimming the receiver tang with aluminum tape
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>>41481404
Found a Russian sks for 450 with no bayonet at a local shop. It’s nice.
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>>41508879
See if anything is loose first. I wouldn’t tape all over the stock to fix wobble
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Is "shooting out" a barrel on a milsurp ever a realistic concern? The old fudds at my local gun shop claim if you keep shooting a gun while the barrel is warm/hot it'll wear out really fast. I've owned milsurp for a number of years, and I haven't observed any sort of rifling wear in my guns.
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No guns fag here. Why is military surplus shit so expensive? Is it just the demand for military shit outweighs the supply?
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>>41508940
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>>41508934
There's a bunch of factors to it:
>No more supply since they're not made anymore
>Bubba keeps killing them via chopping the wood/metal so the supply drops even further
>Demand is always present from a combination of historical collectors and people who want something that isn't a boring ass black plastic gun
>Memes play a major role in driving the prices up (e.g. all the Mosin memes made it $400+ now, Saving Private Ryan shot Garands through the roof, etc)
>Most people who buy milsurp refuse to let it go and only will let it go once they die
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Picked up my first military surplus last week.

1952 Circle 11 M44. Has a force matched floorplate and unnumbered bolt.

Paid 300 for it, 340 with shipping and FFL crap. How did I do?
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>>41508918
For the vast, vast majority of shooters no. You're gonna out what, 200 rounds through it in a single session at most (usually much less)? You're not gonna get significant barrel wear until 6000 rounds or more.

Now if you happen to have a machine gun, that's another story but I doubt that's what you were asking in the first place.
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>>41508918
Unless the round is retard fast or you're shooting a semi auto non stop, then no, your barrel will be fine. Tell those boomers to neck themselves
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>>41506874
Bumping this question. I'm pretty sure the "NATO Spanish Mausers were built for CETME which is a weak pressure" thing is a load of fuddlore but I figured it wouldn't hurt to ask the boys at /msg/.
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>>41481404
Other than the fact that it's an exceptionally clean Spanish Civil War-issue 91/30, what the hell is going on with this auction?

https://www.proxibid.com/Firearms-Military-Artifacts/Firearms/FIREARM-GUN-MOSIN-NAGANT-91-30-r1586/lotInformation/47874377#topoflot

Within a week, I expect some boomer on Gunboards to be showing it off.
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Went to the Fort Wayne gun show today. There were a number of surp dealers this time. Went there for surp rifles, but my Hong Kong action film autism got in the way. Picked up a police surp, 1960 Colt Police Positive Special, Royal Hong Kong Police marked.
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>>41510068
Nice trips.
>RHKP
Fucking cool.
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>>41509653
NATO spec 308 is fine.
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>>41510068
2/2
To finish out my self imposed budget I also got a Finnish captured, non referb, M91/30. It was a debate between a few rifles, but this one won since <$300 Mosins are at worse worth flipping if you don't end up liking it.

Talking to one of the surp dealers he was giving the impression that the surp dealers in the area were thinking of coordinating with each other. They are thinking of making at least one of the Ft Wayne Coliseum gun shows a thing they all show up to. It's based on if that date builds a rep of lots of surp it would attract surp collectors and raise the chances of sales. I'm keeping a ear out, I have a memory that May last year had a good amount of surp dealers too.
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>>41508918
You yourself will not shoot out a barrel to the point of wearing it out on a milsurp. Now with that said, you can find guns that have been shot out. I've come across a couple 1903 springfields with no visible rifling before. And of course some nuggets that had shot alot of corrosive ammo that had no rifling as well.
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French, Finned Mosin for 1120 at the Chehalis show in WA.
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>>41510068
>>41510271
Nice! If what you say about the 'surp dealers ends up happening, I might actually venture up to Fort Wayne in that case.
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>tfw got my .30 Luger reloading down to about 7cpr
Now all I have to do is deal with looking like an idiot chasing my cases all over the range.
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>>41509060
I paid $350 for mine after taxes background check and the like so I'd say you did breddy gud
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>>41506872
It's a Yugoslav capture you ninny.
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>>41508890
Get it
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>>41508503
No but your nugget is beautiful
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>>41481573
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I want a pretty nugget :(
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>>41511701
Get one then you silly billy
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>>41511701
No you don't.
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>>41511701
Then get one anon, they are worth it.
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>get home from work after dealing with methhead
>Artilleria bayonet and repro Type 46 cleaning rod waiting for me
Good day today.
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>>41511895
I need to get a photo with all my mauser crests together
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>>41511901

Same. Also a pic with all the crests of every rifle type.
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I found a MK2 Enfield in my local pawnshop in great condition, except the stock which is a sporterized nightmare. Any good places to get an original style stock?
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Well, I got a rolling block. There's something bittersweet about winning on your last bid.
>>41512965
No.4 Mk2? Liberty tree collectors gets some sets in sometimes
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>>41513151
God damnit.
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>>41481957
Oh shit bud that's a real fine rifle.
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>>41513209
Hey I was looking at that one!
Nice job!
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>>41482059
Probably because it was easier to work with than steel. Same reason really early Russian Maxim wheeled mounts were made of brass.
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>>41509653
Its a fucking small ring mauser, It can take double that pressure no problem.
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>>41513151
Yea a no. 4 I'll check them thanks. And congrats in winning the rolling block.
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>>41513357
Just making sure. I shot a .308 round out of it once and the bolt got stuck so I'm a bit paranoid.
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Got a little somethin' somethin' for the Wobbly boi
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>>41495116
Blowdryer and paper towels. There will still be some in the stock that will come out once you fire some rounds through the rifle. Bring paper towels to the range
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testing
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>>41513715
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>>41513715
>>41513914
>using that overpriced hipster crap
I've shot Winchester white box through mine with no signs of harm. Stop falling for ridiculous fuddlore. This is like the idiots who think trapdoors need some magical custom 45-70 load.
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>>41514461

This look like Fuddlore to you sempai?
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>>41514545
That looks like someone running ludicrously hot hanloads through an old gun.
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>>41514681
Compared to .455 Webley, .45 ACP is a ludicrously hot handload you dingus.
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>>41481404
Saw there was a garage sale down my road with a big sign that said "GUNS". Went to it - the guy is basically every fudd caricature you can imagine come to life. He had his FFL on display and a stack of 4473s to fill out at a table, and a mixture of mostly new rifles and handguns. Asked if he had any surplus and he said this:

>"Whenever I get 'em, I sell it cheap 'cause I can't guarantee 'em and won't look halfway across the world for parts to fix them with. SKSes? Most guys sell 'em at gunshows for $300.00- $500.00 depending on where they're from. I sell 'em all for $250.00. Them Jap rifles? I sell them for sixty bucks each."

So I gave him my card and told him to call me next time he gets 'surp on trade, which is where he says he finds the most of it. I'll probably swing by again soon. Hope some deals come my way.
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>>41514739
And yet it can still handle standard 45acp just fine, much like a Trapdoor can handle standard smokeless 45-70 just fine. The only time a Trapdoor has issues is with that really hot lever action stuff from Hornady.
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>>41514461
Any gunsmith worth a damn that works on Webleys says to shoot downloaded .45 ACP out of shaved Webleys. Is nearly every professional with years of experience in historical firearms wrong?
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>>41514820

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>>41514786
That's like asking a lawyer what to do for a legal issue. Obviously they'll go with the super safe answer to cover their asses. I hate to break it to you, but guns don't randomly explode from using already underpowered factory ammo.
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>>41514858
>imma shoot nothing but proof loads through my 100-year-old gun
>what could go wrong?
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I'm going to buy my 1st rifle tomorrow. 1903 A3.
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>>41481404
just thought yall should see this
https://www.gunbroker.com/item/810196802
7MM SNIPER MAUSER AWESOME!

>boomer nigger ruins guns look at his profile there is multiple
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>>41516383
the only thing its missing is NO LOW BALLERS I KNOW WHAT I GOT!

https://www.gunbroker.com/item/810198286

i wish i could leave hate comments



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