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- Thu Jan 04, 2018 11:02 am
- Forum: General Off Topic
- Topic: Spurs and the Great West
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I don't know much about spurs, but I'd seen these on top of my dad's shelf as long as I can remember, and when he said he was getting rid of stuff I just had to take them. https://s26.postimg.org/6752qxa5h/20180104_095524.jpg https://s26.postimg.org/unn8leilx/20180104_095549.jpg https://s26.postimg....
- Thu Jan 04, 2018 10:48 am
- Forum: Bayonets, Knives and Swords
- Topic: Steyr M95 bayonet
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I got this bayonet just before I moved and just tossed it in the bayonet box, just unboxing now and realizing that it's for an M95 which is great because I happen to have one. Rifle is in my safe as that hasn't made the move yet, so just the bayonet for now. https://s26.postimg.org/8zyaau06d/2018010...
The one I bought directly from Green Mountain Barrels was phosphate coated but the pins still had to be drilled. I wish I had bought the upper years ago when we could still get them with the surplus barrels, then I would have been able to avoid some of the machinist cost and have a more original rif...
Another extra boon, is that the stock that came with the surplus kit has the rack number 74, and the scabbard on the bayonet has 74 as well. I'm sure there's been at least a few 74s stenciled on pieces like these so the likelihood of a legit match is unlikely, but still nice. The barrel is aftermark...
- Wed Jan 03, 2018 11:56 am
- Forum: Russian and Finnish Rifles
- Topic: 1917 PTG M91 Japanese trainer
- Replies: 19
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Mosin extractors have an angle on the face so while it is indeed snapping over the rim, as the cartridges don't feed under the extractor like on Mausers for example, it's fine and part of the design.
It was a short box anyway, nothing of value was lost. I wonder if insurance companies pay when some one looses a brand new truck at the bottom of a lake. I seriously doubt it, insurance companies aren't in the habit of paying out morons doing stupid things. Insurance companies don't like paying out ...
I got this built and I'm just waiting on getting a sling for it. It's built from a surplus parts kit which was missing the barrel unfortunately and since I like not having my front door breached I used a regular lower parts kit and ordered a domestic lower from McKay Enterprises, the fit is fine, it...
- Wed Dec 27, 2017 6:31 am
- Forum: General Off Topic
- Topic: Cleaning up after WW II
- Replies: 14
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Ya the its was a surprise to the towns people the guy who had it was driving it around in I belive 1978 people knew he had them and none of the guns were im working order including the 88 mm flak gun . Why the govt came in and took them is strange a tank with out a operational gun is about like a b...