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Old 06-25-2010, 9:52 PM
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What is that?
It's a Spanish Astra.
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Ok, here's some more of mine...

(1943 Savage Lee Enfield No. 4 Mk I*)



(1951 French MAS-36)





Yup, still love my M95's...



My immaculate Yugo M48:





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It's a Spanish Astra.
Yep and used by Germany. Astra 600 to be exact.
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Yugo 24/47 and tiger lily.



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How much you want for the Tiger Lily?
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Here are some pics of my new CMP SA Garand. It is sweet.

The only random thing about the pics is the Nazi flag behind it.
And the last pic of my walnut stocked k98 with the weimer eagles.




why would u post a picture of an m1 with a nazi-background? i dunno, maybe ur making a statement that the m1 over-came the nazi's? i have no idea. the meaning could be misconstrued in many ways. just an observation...
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Talking Star Model B (German Army '42-'44)

Manual added to the pic for reference.

More info here: http://www.star-firearms.com/firearm.../b/index.shtml

All matching numbers with the numbers stamped everywhere on the gun, the two mags, AND the holster!!

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How about a few Finn group photos?













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I lust in a most unholy manner for thy Finnish family.

Here is my current Mosin collection.

From left to right....

-Finnish P-27, blued bolt.
-1939 Tula M91/30. Refinished stock.
-1942 Izhevsk M91/30. Finnish capture with what appears to be a genuine WW2 Russian leather sling. It also has a blued bolt
-1933 Izhevsk M91/30, all parts matching including the bayonet. Russian refurb.
-1968 Finnish M39. Brand spanking new, hasn't even been fired yet.
-1943 Izhevsk M38 in an M44 stock, no parts matching. Refinished stock.
-1954 Romanian M44, my first Mosin and big(ger) bore rifle. I was eying the M44 for a full year in the Big 5 ads when I was 16 and they were 50 bucks. My brothers knew about it (I told them every week) and I got this rifle for Christmas.

Next on the list: M28/76 or M28/30.

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Russian SKS-45
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Some m39's. The nearer two snuck in...





The m91 B barrel leaning up against the fence is just watching...


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Here's a couple of my laminated stocks:

(M44 in early-syle laminated stock)

(Immaculate Czech post-war K98)

One of my favorite guns:


(1886 Lebel)

And of course my No.5:



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Damn, I was thinking I could get away with the smaller sized safe until I saw this thread. Now I'm gonna have to get the big 'un...and a C&R.
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Serial indicates manufacture in January, 1942. Chrome lined barrel, original monopod and AA sights, with chrome plate around firing pin. Blade is a from Tora Blades out of the UK, their 2/10 model (2nd Battalion, 10 Regiment Gurkha Rifles).

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From yesterday's range trip, front to back: CZk98 Mauser in Maple, 91/38 project restoration, and a Winchester 94AE in .357mag.



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From yesterday's range trip, front to back: CZk98 Mauser in Maple, 91/38 project restoration, and a Winchester 94AE in .357mag.

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Do you get out to the clay pits often?
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I go as often as I can. Luckily on Saturday the range was nearly empty. It's the closest free range to me. Maybe we can shoot some time?

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I go as often as I can. Luckily on Saturday the range was nearly empty. It's the closest free range to me. Maybe we can shoot some time?
I'm sure we will bump into each other at some point. I try to make it out at least once or twice per month. I have a Modelo 1912 Chilean (sporterized) and hope to be picking up a Guardia Civil next month.
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I'm guess the SVT-40 bayonet killed the ram?
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I am curious about this photo, mj1. Location?

I swear that looks like a couple of my co-workers strolling on the beach.

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