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Discussion in 'Military Surplus' started by flatwins, Feb 28, 2012.
TK Supply here in Tulsa usually has a few Milsurp s.
got my hands on a 96 swede for decent money. i'll post pics soon
1917 Carl Gustafs. You're gonna like that rifle....
jim,pull out the phonebook and just start down the list and call. i've been tempted to do this a few times when i'm looking for something in particular. never did it though. i'll take a wild guess and say almost every p-shop has a milsurp of some sort on the rack.
I've been tempted to do that a time or two myself when looking for something particular. Right now, if there was so me place I could do it, I'd just like to wander the racks to see what called my name. In other words, I don't know what I'm looking for yet, but I'll know it when I see it.
You Swede lovers will be interested in this one. I've been following it, expecting it to top out around $1,000. Wrong!
Let me ask you fellow lovers of milsurps what may be an odd question. Do you suffer from cosmoline withdrawls? I love to find something covered in it and then experience the feeling of taking it all apart and cleaning it to discover what I have. In my mind, I consider something still being covered in cosmoline a big selling point. If I go to long (a couple weeks or a month) without my cosmoline 'fix', I start looking for something, anything, covered with it. Is this common, or do I have a problem?
IS this MILSURP
Most likely it is. Looks to be NFA item?
no its all original, i bought it from the importer have the receite