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Milsurp Thread!

Discussion in 'Military Surplus' started by flatwins, Feb 28, 2012.

  1. flatwins

    flatwins Sharpshooter

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    Here's a Swede trifecta. Focus on the rifles, not the yard. :cry3:

    1904 Gustafs M94
    1942 Husqvarna M38
    1899 Oberndorff M96

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    Touche'!
     
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    Dirty brick-a-brack M94.
     
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    Finally got to take it to the range this past weekend and ran about 20 rounds of the wood-tipped Swede practice ammo through it to test the action then ran a few live rounds. I had the kids with me so I didn't get to spend a lot of time with it on this range run. Next time I'll be by myself to see how it does on paper. I did get lucky and score an original nose cap for it so I put the repro one I had on the shelf. Those unconverted (to 94/14) nose caps are rarer than an honest politician. :rotflmao:
     
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    dlbleak Moderator Staff Member

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    nice steve, we need a milsurp day! second thought,we all need a milsurp day....
     
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    I love it. Actually, I hope I never run across one. I can't afford it and I might make a foolish buying decision. I've, of course, never made one before.
     
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    Good looking stuff, guys! Thanks for posting.
     
  8. I have to agree, i love restoring military rifles, right now i only have a mosin nagant, but i have shot many m1s and my dads m1 grand.
     
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    What stores in Oklahoma have a decent supply of milsurps? I know of Big Boy's in Wheatland. Any others?
     
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    not many options in the city. c&j sporting goods in bethany has a few. pawn shops seem to produce a few.there is a pawn shop at around 27th and macarthur on the west side of mac that had a 10 or 12 most of the time.
     

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