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Old 11-25-2012, 8:09 PM
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Default What C&R long guns do you own?

Just curious to know what fellow Calgunners have out there.

What I have in my collection:

Gewehr 98
Karabiner 98k
M1 Garand
1903A3 Springfield
No.1 Mk.III*
No.4 Mk.2
Krag-Jorgensen M1898
M1917
Swedish M96
Finnish M39
MAS-45
Marlin 39A

I think I need some ideas as to what I should acquire next.
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You need a trench gun..and do you not own a mosin?
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No Russian Mosins, but I do own a Finn.
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Mosin-Nagant
Yugo M48
Yugo M48A
Yugo M48 BO
Yugo SKS 59 (2)
Yugo SKS 59/66
K-31
K-1911 sporter
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Swiss K-31 FTW!
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Below is what I have, debating if I want an Arisaka and M1917 to round out the collection. Although I am fairly satisfied with my collection, its to many calibers to keep track of, so I'm hesitant to add another mouth to feed.

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1903-A3
M1 Garand
M1 Carbine

Russian
M91-30
M44
SKS

Swiss
K-31

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No.4 Mk.I*

German
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3 K98s

1 G33/40

1 TTC Tokarev

1 Italian Bernadelli .25 auto 'saturday night special'

1 Steven Model 56
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4 Russian M38's
1 Russian Laminate M44
3 M1 Garands
1 German K98
1 59 SKS
1 Swiss K-31
1 Remington 1903
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Nice collection, hard to believe you don't have a 91/30. I'd put that and a carbine version, M38, M44 on your wanted list. A nice K31 and some type of Carcano and Arisaka.
We have what's listed in my sig plus a Siamese Mauser and a Carcano M91 long rifle.
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HELLA mosin nagants and a Polish P64 pistol
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1. mosin PU sniper
2. 1955 Romanian mosin M-44
3. 1928 mosin ex Dragoon
4. 1939 mosin TULA
5. serb mauser M-48
6. 1959 Chinese SKS [ last week]
7. new 1978 yugo SKS 59/66A1

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I only collect Mosin Nagants and SKS rifles as far as C&R goes.

I don't have the time / money / space / brainpower to get immersed in all the other stuff that's out there. I just keep buying more of the above and I am totally content. It makes ammo stockpiling easier too.
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I just started, but I have:

1943 mosin
1932 nagant revolver
1911 winchester 1897

but I have ordered a Garand from CMP but I will count it once it's in my possession.
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I've got a t53 and a Russian sks
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I only collect Mosin Nagants and SKS rifles as far as C&R goes.

I don't have the time / money / space / brainpower to get immersed in all the other stuff that's out there. I just keep buying more of the above and I am totally content. It makes ammo stockpiling easier too.
we think alike, i am considering only having mosins and SKSs.
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Ok, I gotta ask. Why on earth would anybody give a list of what toys they have online? Isn't that just asking for trouble? Besides, you will notice that a lot of people on here that are very active in C&R collecting aren't going to list what they have because it would take too bloody long. I know at least 3 people on this board who have literally hundreds of C&Rs. They give us all something to aspire to. But I seriously doubt that any of them are going to bother to list even a fraction of what they have. If you can list your entire C&R collection in a few lines, you haven't been at it very long.

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What trouble would come from posting online. Not worried if anyone wants to come try and take them. Have 2 german shepherds to get past then me and I don't miss haha. Ony been collecting for a year have about 30 C and R but have multiples. Sorry structure sux typed on phone
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mosin 91/30
swiss g11
french Berthier 1907/15

those are the three in my collection which are really truly long rifles imo, but i suppose this is up to interpretation since others here have called k98s long rifles...

long rifles are fun but man you see why they were phased out with the carbines... way too big, way too hard to service... anything longer than a k31 or k98 is just sorta wasted space! the brits win in this regard. their boys had smle noI mkIIIs when everyone else was lugging around tree trunks... the smle was the best rifle in europe in ww1 when the "long rifle" had its day. a generation later in 1939 everyone else was using what the brits were using back in 1914.

for example, with the french berthier i've got, with the enbloc system it is sort of prone to jamming... unsure if its because of the system or if its because the clips are all 100 years old and not so great. but when it jams, and you want to make sure there's nothing down the pipe the barrel's too darn long to check w/out basically stripping the bolt out of it, which with a berth requires a screw driver...

anyways. shorter carbines ftw!!
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11 Lee Enfields of various types, 3 Martini action rifles, 2 K31s, 1 K11, 3 M1 rifles, 1 M1 carbine, 1 03, 1 03A3, 1M48 Yugo, 1 24-47 Yugo, 1 MAS 36, 1 MAS 45, 1 MAS 49-56, 3 Colt pre-war revolvers, SW 1917, 3 Webleys, 1 P14.....probably more but this all I can think of now. They come and go frequently!
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C&Rs
Win Hi wall -
Swiss martini target-
win lo wall -
win m97
Win 43
win 73
Win 94
j c higgins 20
Rem 722
Rem #4
Stevens 414
stevens favorite
stevens marksman
stevens maynard jr.
Marlin 94
Rem 512
Rem 1858 original 44 C&B
S&W 1950 45acp/ar
S&W combat masterpiece
Colt commander

But perhaps you think only miltary MNs, enfields and M98s are C&R
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Yugo M48(b)
Swedish Mauser m38
Steyr M95
Four, yes four, Russian Mosin Nagants. (two M44 two 91/30)
One Polish m44
Two K31
M1 Garand
M1 Carbine
Springfield 1903
Eddystone 1917

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Springfield Armory M1 Garand (Correct Grade)
Springfield Armory M1 Garand (Field Grade)- on order
H&R M1 Garand (Service Grade)
Sweedish M96 Mauser (Orberndorf 1899)
Remington Sportmaster 512 22lr
Mosin 91/30 Izzy HEX
Mosin M44
Remington 870 Wingmaster 16g
German K98 Mauser BRNO
Russian SKS 1951 Tula
Chinese SKS (arrives this week)
Winchester 1894 pre-64 (arrives today)
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Mosin M38, M44, 91/30
M1 Garand
K98 Mauser
Enfield No4 MK1

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US
1903-A3 Remington
M1 Garand (I just had a brain fart on what manufacture)
M1 Carbine Underwood
1898 Springfield (Krag)

Russian
1891/30 Tula
M44 Tula

German
K98 Sauer

Yugo
M48

British
No.1 Mk.III Ishapore
No.5 Mk.I BSA
Pattern 1914 Remington

Indian
2A1 Ishapore

French
Mas 36

Those are my C&R's. I am not counting the antiques.
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Winchester M1 Garand
Smith Corona 1903a3
Remington 1903a3
Inland SG reciever M1 Carbine
Inland M1 Carbine
Winchester BFP M1 Carbine
National Postal Meter M1 Carbine
(2)Rockola M1 Carbine
1944 Mosin Nagant
1933 Hex Rec. Mosin Nagant
Romanian M44
Yugo sks 59/66
(2)type 56 sks
Budapest M95
H&R .22LR
Mauser K98
Mauser 24/47
Savage Enfield No.4 MK.I
Mossberg M44
1895 Nagant Revolver

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Springfield Trapdoor 45-70 1884
1941 Johnson
1903
1903A3 Remington
U.S. Model of 1917 Eddystone
M1 Garand (X2)
Winchester Model 12 16 Gauge
Winchester Model 74 .22LR
Winchester Model 94 .30 WCF
Winchester Model 70 .30-'06
Winchester Model 70 Featherweight .308
Swiss SR 1911 (X2)
Swiss K31 (X3)
Swiss ZFK-55 Sniper
Swedish M-38 Mauser
Finn M28/30 Mosin
FN-49 8mm Egyptian Contract
Russian Mosin-Nagant 91/30 1936
Russian M44
Russian SKS 1954
Savage SMLE No. 4 Mk. 1*
SMLE No. 4 Mk. 1
German K98 1942 DUV (R/C)
French MAS-36
Yugo M-24/47
Japanese Type 99
FN-1949 (Egyptian Contract) 8mm
MAS-36 7.5 French
Savage Model 1907 .32 ACP
French S.A.C.M. 1935A
Colt Trooper .38 Spl
Pietro Beretta Model 1951 .32 ACP
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Ok, I gotta ask. Why on earth would anybody give a list of what toys they have online? Isn't that just asking for trouble? Besides, you will notice that a lot of people on here that are very active in C&R collecting aren't going to list what they have because it would take too bloody long. I know at least 3 people on this board who have literally hundreds of C&Rs. They give us all something to aspire to. But I seriously doubt that any of them are going to bother to list even a fraction of what they have. If you can list your entire C&R collection in a few lines, you haven't been at it very long.

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Oh man, gonna have to ask for pictures of that.
Scroll down, check my post from a few weeks ago!
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I only bought my firs 'old ' gun less than a year ago, a Chinese SKS. As it stands now (Been a busy year..):

3 Russian SKS
1 Albanian SKS
2 Yugo SKS
6 Chinese SKS
1 Mosin M44
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3 pre '64 '94s in 30-30
1 pre '64 '94 in 25-20
2 Win 1906s (one was grandpa's gun on mom's side)
1 Savage 99 in .308
3 K31s
1 sporterized K1911
1 sporterized 1889
1 03A3
1 sporterized Mauser in 30-06
1 M48 Yugo Mauser
1 Turk Mauser
3 Remington 11-48s (.410, 16g &12g)
1 Mossberg 44US
1 Mossberg 42A
1 Remington 121 ROUGHTLEDGE
1 Stevens single shot .410 (grampa's gun on dad's side)
1 Type 38 Arisaka
1 sporterized Carcano
3 SKSes (Yugo, Russian and Chinese)
1 2 shot 12g pump degined by Charles "Sparrow" Young

and a few I'm probably forgetting right now.

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11 Lee Enfields of various types, 3 Martini action rifles, 2 K31s, 1 K11, 3 M1 rifles, 1 M1 carbine, 1 03, 1 03A3, 1M48 Yugo, 1 24-47 Yugo, 1 MAS 36, 1 MAS 45, 1 MAS 49-56, 3 Colt pre-war revolvers, SW 1917, 3 Webleys, 1 P14.....probably more but this all I can think of now. They come and go frequently!
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I don't measure my collection in numbers......

I measure it by the ton!!!!
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A bit old but I'm in!

1959 Win 94 in 30-30
1961 Win Model 70 Featherweight in 30-06 w/Leupold scope.
late 50s J.C. Higgins Model 20 12ga pump (not sure of exact year)

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Time to update this thread.

Since I've posted, I've finally acquired my first Mosin - an M44 from AIM Surplus in excellent condition. I have a propensity for excellent condition milsurps, and I'm still looking for my "holy grail" in an excellent condition Gewehr 98. Hoping to find something that's suitable in the Ventura and Santa Barbara gun shows.
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Mosin 91/30
Yugo M48BO
Winchester M1 carbine
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C&R
Mosin 91/30 with an aftermarket scope on it
Russian M44
K98 Russian capture with nazi markings
SVT-40
M1 Garand
M1 Carbine
Russian SKS (soon)

Non C&R
Wasr 10/63 AK47
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in mah sig... everything i own is a C&R long gun
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I guess I should add but wasn't thinking about:

pre-64 Winchester model 94 30-30
1956 Remington Wingmaster 12 gauge
H&R 12 gauge single shot
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