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Lets See All the Milsurp Bolt Action Rifles

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

  1. fedexguy82

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    here is my type 53 carbine. rough as hell but still goes bang every time.
     
  2. MrShooter

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    Heres my east german mosin i refinished and worked on the trigger... IT shoots GREAT!!!!!!!
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  3. revo

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    We need more AMERICA in here. US 1917 Eddystone with a 12-17 barrel.

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  4. Mitch Rapp

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    Yup, nothing says AMERICA! like a Le Enfield.....


    just bustin your chops! Nice rifle!
     
  5. revo

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    Its the "American Enfield". Its no different then saying the 1903 is AMERICAN.

    Thanks!
     
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  6. aestus

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    This used to be a post-war Mosin Nagant 91/30 that couldn't hit the broadside of the barn... until it took a bubba job to the knee from me :P

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    And for all you purists out there, I do have a 1932 Hex receiver 91/30 that I'm keeping stock as a relic piece. I lucked out in that it has a bright and shiny bore as is if was barely shot and is smooth like butter.
     
  7. flatwins

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    Ok, so they aren't all bolts but here's an IBM War Baby, a post war SA Garand, a Husqvarna M38 Swede, and a SA (Finnish) marked Mosin Nagant.

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    1917 Lithgow No.1 MkIII enfield
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    yugo M48 mauser
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    yugo 24-47 mauser
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    swede M96
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  9. Perplexed

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    I've posted this before...

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  10. MoBoost

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    ^^^ .... show off. :)
     

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