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Posted: 8/7/2001 5:41:31 PM EDT
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screw your question I got one of my own. In SGN they have about 20 varieties of mauser rifles ranging from $40 to $150. Are there any bad ones? Or will any one of them preform well?
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I have a chance at a Sporterized German 98 (k, I think, by the looks of it), with a Lyman aperture sight SET on it. I'm pretty sure the bolt # didn't match, but it is a very clean rifle that belonged to the guy's Dad who brought it home from WWII. It doesn't look like a butcher job. What should I offer this guy for it? Also, he's got a Remington 341 .22LR bolt action rifle made between 1936-40. I'm gonna offer $150 for both. What do you think?
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I just wanted to say that since I've received my C&R license I've purchased 4 Mauser, ok one is on the way back to Century due to bad headspacing but the 3 in my gun safe include: 1 Spanish FR-8, 7.62 NATO 1 Yugo M-48, 8MM 2 Turk 1938, 8mm All of these rifles have their pluses and minuses. I must admit that I was never much of a bolt action milsup guy and now I wonder how I went all these years without them. Don't get me wrong I still love to shoot my AR, AK, Cetme and M1,but even after shooting corrosive ammo just a few squirts of my water/ammonia mixture and a patch and all is well. These Mauser actions only take about 10 minutes to clean compared to the hour I usually spend on my AR.
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[Last Edit: 8/7/2001 7:19:39 PM EDT by BusMaster007]
Thanks, you [b]smeg chompin' spooge guzzlers!!![/b] [beer] ...better? BTW, if you go to [url]http://www.cruffler.com/whatis.html[/url] [red]cruffler.com[/red] you'll find information re shooting various types of .308 in that FR-8, OR other NATO spec chambered rifles that would curl your pubes, I mean, toes. Specifically, from that website: [url]http://www.fo.com/cr-files/cr-308.htm[/url] Have fun, carefully!
Link Posted: 8/7/2001 7:21:18 PM EDT
You miserable pukes should trade in your Nazi/Franco crap for a nice .308 Enfield. It will outshoot all your stuff, doesn't have a corroded barrel and got an A+ in Gun Tests this month.
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Originally Posted By The_Beer_Slayer: I keep seeing ads for 98k Mausers with the "RARE" Preduzece 44 stamp on the reciever. Dang near every Yugo/German Capture mauser i have ever seen has this stamp. Whats so rare about it? mike
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From [url]http://www.ellisonsmilitaryrifles.com[/url] K98 Preduzece 44 rifle (8x57): Looking for a first class K98 type shooter? These are not the later"M-48" Yugos you'll see other places, but were assembled from mostly brand new German K98 parts right after WW II ended. The occasional waffenamt will even show up on these. These are not brand new rifles produced for the western collector. These were issued and show some use. The rifles we have are all in solid collectable condition. All have matching bolts and receivers, excellent wood and at least 80% metal finish. [img]www.ar15.com/members/albums/reconxl%2Fpred44%2Ejpg[/img]
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[Last Edit: 8/7/2001 8:10:17 PM EDT by BusMaster007]
That picture looks quite like the rifle in question, minus the Lyman sight set. As for the ammo info, I'd hate to have a KA-BOOM! by not being aware or warning of a [i]potential[/i] problem... even if were to happen to some of the nicest, albeit [b][blue]phimosis-laden flaccid stanchions[/blue][/b] I know of! Excuse me--- I must now go iron the wrinkles out of my scrotum...
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Why, YES! YES, I DO! And everything ELSE I was born with. THANKS, DAD!!! (...this message was brought to you by the UNCUT MALES ASSOCIATION.)
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