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Discussion in 'Military Surplus' started by flatwins, Feb 28, 2012.
Very nice collection warpusher.
someone post up something cool for us to look at!
Last Fall, my computer upchucked and I failed to save all my pictures of my past collection. Very sad.
I've run across a very few odds and ends.
This is one. It is an SKS M designated as a "63". The great majority of the M's were 16 inch barreled. This one is 20 inch, although I managed to cut the front sight off in the photo.
Yes, this is not Milsurp, but it's neat.
This one is now owned by an OSA member.
As soon as I get it, I'll do a write up on her. I've started my focus back onto milsurp handguns. They are just as much fun as the rifle's!!
Here's a pic of some of my US military stuff together.
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Found some more of my old pictures. This is a G98. It was a mixmaster par excellence. The various parts with different serial numbers are set out below. Over 20 rifles gave made the ultimate sacrifice to bring this old boy back around.
Part & S#
Bayonet lug un-numbered? 1?
Trigger guard 7030
Trigger guard screws 29 & 69
Floor Plate 30
Front barrel band 1873
Stacking hook N/A
Front sight 52
Rear sight leaf 2062
Rear sight base 38
Rear barrel band 58 (47?)
Ejector box 79
Bolt root 9481
Cocking piece 03
Gas shield 86
Firing Pin ?
Extractor Collar ?
Butt Plate 1212
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nice iron guys. leighton,that husky is nice!
Several years back, Kimber of America sold sporterized Swede M96 rifles. They kept all the range trajectory plates and a guy on the gunboards forum has them. My 1899 Oberndorf had the nail holes in the stock but was missing the plate until today when it arrived in the mail. So here she be. Oh, and it is supposed to be mounted upside down.
Ran across an outstanding milsurp magazine on the rack at Homeland today...
This Special Edition Is The Best Source For Everything
Surplus, Vintage & Classic Guns!
ENDURING STALWART: The .45 ACP In WWII.
SNIPER REBORN: The WWII M1903A4 .30-06.
GUNS OF THE PACIFIC: HBO Chronicles The WWII Island Battles Against The Japanese.
SELF-LOADING INFANTRY RIFLES OF WWII: More Than Our Garands.
TOMMYS FIGHTING FOR DECADES: Great Britains WWII Firearms.
SMALL ARMS OF THE WEHRMACHT: The German Armys WWII Firearms.
ON THE FRONTLINE FOR DECADES: Americas Military .30-06 Rifles.
THE CLASSIC WINCHESTER 1894: A Commemorative Issue Of An American Favorite.
30 YEARS OF SHARPS RIFLES: Its Been Quite A Journey.
AMERICAS GREAT PISTOL: The Colt 1911 Government Model.
COLT US MODEL 1917 .45: An Ingenious Solution To A Handgun Shortage.
CLASSIC RIFLES & CARTRIDGES: Some Cartridges Just Belong In Certain Rifles.
SURPLUS REPLICAS: Traditions New Model Army .44.
THE PPSH41 SUBMACHINE GUN: Rude And Crude, But Effective.
FINLANDS MODEL 39: The Ultimate Mosin- Nagant.
Plus much more; 173 Pages Of Surplus, Vintage & Classic Gun Articles. Includes New Products You Must Have! Website Showcase; GUNS Surplus 2013 Resource Guide.
Ummm... NICE! So apparently milsurps are popular enough to warrant their own magazine. Imagine that.