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    yeah, i just ordered a gahendra shotgun, not in the greatest of shape, as i don't have one, decided its time i did, so will see once it shows up.

    I"m headed to geogia in a few weeks for a bit, found quite a few joints locally to review some possible purchase opportunities, love them midwest pawn and gun shops, I've been lucky enough to find a little jewel on occassion, who says i have enough. hehehe
    Rj

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    All I have left is my '43 M44. The bolt is a slapper, and ammo, surprisingly started to go UP.....

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    cjr, nice stuff, i attempted at one time to collect the accessories, i just plain ran outta room. as it is, my toy room is full and spilling out, ole gal says no mo, no mo. lol
    Rj

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    cjr, nice stuff, i attempted at one time to collect the accessories, i just plain ran outta room. as it is, my toy room is full and spilling out, ole gal says no mo, no mo. lol
    Rj
    The wife can't say much about these as I had them for more than 60 yrs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjr View Post
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    Those are some nice collectables!

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    Different kind of Milsurp

    Martini .310 Cadet in it original configuration and original chambering.




    Steyr M95 carbine


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    I have a few, I like shooting them more than the modern stuff. First one I picked up that got me hooked was my 1915 Enfield. I also really like my K31. Steyr M95s are good for some drama too.

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    I"ve a few k31, boy howdy if a fella does his part they sure are accurate, as are the 98;'s, must be the fact the old man and his cronies talking about the late ww1 and ww2 weapons, that got me all giddy about the old iron, i've a gaggle of the us offerings, just so many to pick and choose from, so many one can add to the wall, fella just needs more room, ya think
    Rj

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    I really started liking my milsurps when I started casting and reloading for them as I was able to shoot them frequently. I probably like my K31 the best but also like my .303 and my mosin.

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