Military surplus shooters?

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Military surplus shooters?

Postby lotechredneck » Sun Jun 25, 2006 9:36 am

Are there any Military surplus shooters out there?IF SO ,what have you got?I have two Enfields ,a no.1 and a no.4.I also have two cz-52,s and a Bulgarian Makarov. :D
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Postby The Rabbi » Sun Mar 18, 2007 5:20 pm

MilSurp offers the most economical shooting, imo. I have several Enfields, Mosin Nagants, Steyrs, etc etc and ammo to go with them at my shop. I usually recommend said handguns. They are not high-tech state of the art design but they work consistently.
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Need a Mosin carbine

Postby marshall » Tue Mar 20, 2007 3:16 pm

Hi Rabbi!

I had a long Mosin, and sold it last year, for money to buy a Kel-Tec P11. However, I've got the itch for a Mosin carbine, and shall be on the look out. Mosins are heavy duty fun to shoot, and the ammo is relatively cheap.
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Postby SomeGuy » Fri Apr 06, 2007 2:50 am

I really like milsurps. Even went and got myself an FFL (C&R).

Favorite still has to be the good ole M1 Garand.
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Postby JTravis » Sun Feb 10, 2008 9:59 am

Yeah, I love the mil-surp rifles. Got (at the moment) an all-matching 43 BYF K98, an M1D Garand, and am working on semi-auto versions of the Browning 1919A6 and the MG-42. Also an AK underfolder and an AMD-65, for the more modern arms. That's it at the moment for rifles. My little Luger doubles as my carry pistol, and I was given a partial ASM kit of an 1860 Army Colt replica that I am tinkering around with. (edit: the Colt 1860 Army got finished and needs to go out shooting, and I also just added a semi-auto kit for a Colt 604 Air Force vietnam-era M16 and an old 8mm Carcano to the fold.)
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