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Lets See All the Milsurp Bolt Action Rifles

Discussion in 'Photo Album' started by coolhandluke, May 16, 2011.

  1. Thanks for the compliments and welcomes guys.
    I wish I had a better camera, I didn't know mine was so crappy until I saw the nice pics you guys post. Maybe I should trade a gun for a camera.
     
  2. AKguy1985

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    Remington 1891 very nice
     
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    Your rifles are all beautiful. I'm amazed at the quality of finish yours and many others had. I did not realize so many people refinished these sweet milsurps. Love em all. Great job guys.
     
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    I have this Arisaka my grandpa brought back from the war. It has the rack numbers still painted on the stock, and the original canvas sling sewn on the swivels, with some blood stains on it -- probably from the former owner who had no further use for it. I also have a Jap sword that he brought back with it.

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    I also have this FR-8 that I turned into a Scout rifle. Before and after pics.

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    Some of these have been posted before...

    1943 Izhevsk repro PU sniper

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    1942 VKT M39

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    1937 Izhevsk 91/30 Finn capture

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    1943 Izhevsk M38

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    1955 Fazakerley No 4 MK II

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    1943 Savage No 4 MK I

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    1984 Romanian M69

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    Smith Corona 1903A3 - Original barrel, correct with the exception of the USGI Keystone replacement scant stock. Rifle had milled triggerguard, upper, and lower bands installed when purchased. Triggerguard has been replaced with large bow SC stamped version and milled bands were replaced with the correct SC stamped upper band, bayonet band, and stacking swivel band assemblies. Handguard was replaced as the rabbet had been shortened to install the milled upper band. Follower, safety, and bolt sleeve were also replaced with correct SC parts.


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    1934 izhevsk 91/30
    1944 longbranch no4 mk1*
    1943 izhevsk 91/59

    In that order

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