Well, the board is either fixed, or it's going to run terribly. Cross your fingers and hope for the best. I'm at my technical limit right now.
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I think Yugo mausers are some of the most underrated surplus rifles available these days. I have had a M24/47 and a K98 refurb and they both shot very well. I ended up selling the M24/47 to a good friend of mine so he could get in on milsurps.
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Reverend Mauser wrote:Yep. Very good rifles. Mine shoots very well.
that's a good looking rifle, btw. The stock looks to have some character. Any more pics?
Thanks!The stock is perfect ,the right amount of character as there should be in a milsurp but still in great solid shape !
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Our local gun store, Sunrise Pass Arms, just sold me one for $150, which was full of cosmoline so he didn't want to deal with it. Cleaned it up with carburetor cleaner, and soaked the bolt in same. Looks much better, and the bolt and action is smooth. No bluing left on it, but the bore looks great! Wife did not know what to get me for Christmas, so I said This is it! So it is in a box with a ribbon on it under our tree.
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