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PostPosted: Mon Nov 28, 2016 11:52 am 
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Mwt wrote:
racepres wrote:
You could be reloading for wayyy less than that, and Amortize Quickly

I only Shoot reloads for the last 15 or more years!!!!
Unless someone Gives me High Quality...Domestic/recent mfg ammo

Have you ever tried Yugo M75? I have handloaded for 40 years and I am hard pressed to beat M75 with my handloads using Nosler match bullets.
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..lazy COB!!! If I want to shoot Tiny Groups, I don't use an old Milsurp!!!
I shoot mine for Enjoyment. Long as it hits my Gong...I'm happy

felixmophandle wrote:
racepres wrote:
72 usmc wrote:
Put a new extra power wolf spring in it and it will fire the surplus just fine. All of them Turks got garbage striker springs.

If ya do that...send me the crappy old Turk spring...They ignite my reloads just fine...
If I get a Spring that batters or pierces my primers, I trade it off....



If you want my old Turk spring,your welcome to it...Larry


Cool...I'll drop a PM


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 29, 2016 2:42 pm 
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Location: Raleigh, North Carolina
Age: 28
Love it when a plan comes together!

Currently bidding on a second Turk Mauser on gun broker, hopefully I can get it as cheap as I got this one.

Plan on picking up a Wolf spring, have to order some stuff from them anyways so might as well pick up one to try. Going to keep the original as a spare for time being

Need to try to locate a sling for this, where is a good place to look? I'm weird and require slings at minimum for all my weapons with exception of a few


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 29, 2016 7:04 pm 
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Location: Meno Falls Wi
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Go to a junk/antique/ rummage fair and look fo old farm harness straps. Cut your own sling age the fresh cut and get used leather red wing show laces from an old boot to tie the sling. Bingo a nice patina Turk sling . they look like this
http://www.madsterz.com/productmad.php?modelno=601BR
see for nice close up views:
http://www.rollanet.org/~stacyw/Turk_19 ... evised.htm

NC should have plenty of old barns with abandon horse tack laying around. Talk to the old farmers.
What do your cleaning rods look like ?
see this old post viewtopic.php?f=34&t=140483&hilit=+turk+cleaning+rods

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 30, 2016 10:15 pm 
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I'll try to hunt around some old barns next time I'm at my mother's old farm land. Sure I could find something that would work

In the meantime, probably going to pick up an Enfield sling and slap it on there for time being. Pick that up from what a country when I get the bayonet


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