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Old June 29, 2018, 16:03   #451
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Ok hansellhd, here is my sole K98k. I fought the skeeters and the heat. My ankles are all bit up, but it was overcast.





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Old June 29, 2018, 16:37   #452
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Old June 29, 2018, 17:30   #453
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Nice collection. Are those shootable? What's with the BFAs?
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Old June 29, 2018, 17:39   #454
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Very nice dmk! I've got a Savage No 4 too, but it's FTR marked.
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Nice, I think I need a Savage now. The one I have is a Long Branch.
Thanks!

That Longbranch was actually my very first Enfield. I got it cheap and it was missing some parts. Luckily spare parts were readily available at the time.

The Savage I just got really lucky with Aim Surplus about ten or twelve years back.
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Old June 30, 2018, 08:27   #455
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My Swiss rifle collection, all together at my farm.







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Old June 30, 2018, 10:46   #456
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Excellent, I salute all of you Guys.

Tex, that Swiss lumber is top notch. Makes me want to go out and get another K31.
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Old July 06, 2018, 16:34   #457
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Picked up a post War P38 from AIM, decided to do some family shots.















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Old December 22, 2018, 15:17   #458
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Has been too quiet in here...So here's my very well worn Ljungman.




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Old December 23, 2018, 12:37   #459
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Nice one, I need to get some ammo and shoot the one I have.





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Old December 23, 2018, 18:19   #460
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You sure have a nice one. For years I wanted a nicer one, but this ones "character" grew on me. I'm probably wrong, but it seems that the lower serial numbered ones are much nicer shape than the higher numbered ones. I haven't seen a well used 1945 one either.
Last shot mine in the late 90's. Only one time and one round. The action partially opened and stopped when the cup edge on the carrier barely cleared the gas tube end.
I need to remove the gas tube to clean/check it. When the Swedes did the upgrades, they supposedly replaced the blued steel tubes with stainless. Guess this one wasn't done. Sucks that they didn't add flats to the tube like the Hakims have.
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Old December 23, 2018, 19:27   #461
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Old December 23, 2018, 20:38   #462
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Schweet! And love (the look of) that grassy field Texgunner. I need to dig the Hakim out and get pics too.
I had the Hakim first, and was startled by the blast of hot air in my face. The Ljungman didn't do that because of the cut on the side of the cup.
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Old December 24, 2018, 11:45   #463
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Mauser family portrait + one

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Schweet! And love (the look of) that grassy field Texgunner.
Thanks a lot!

Although I've posted this pic elsewhere on the Files, it seems appropriate to post it here too. This is my Mauser family portrait and no sooner had all the rifles been brought back inside and out away, I realized I had left one out. So along with these 8 military rifles, I'll show my only civilian Mauser, a 1954 Husqvarna 1640 .30-06.







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Old December 24, 2018, 12:32   #464
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Well done Tex^^^^^^^^^^,love the Mauser.

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Not C&R but what the Hell, just more Gun Porn.
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Old December 24, 2018, 13:04   #466
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Lots of great guns in this thread...particularly those AR-10s HH and hanselís M62.
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An old friend owned this Valmet M76 for a while back in the 1980s. This is the only pic of it I have, a scanned 35mm print. I've been trying to edit it on Photobucket for a while but it doesn't want to play right now. Perhaps I can make it better later. Sorry for the poor quality.

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Old December 24, 2018, 14:15   #468
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An old friend owned this Valmet M76 for a while back in the 1980s. This is the only pic of it I have, a scanned 35mm print. I've been trying to edit it on Photobucket for a while but it doesn't want to play right now. Perhaps I can make it better later. Sorry for the poor quality.

That, my friend, is a M-71S. Same basic rifle but slightly shorter LOP, and traditional AK sights.
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That, my friend, is a M-71S. Same basic rifle but slightly shorter LOP, and traditional AK sights.
Thanks for that correction sir! I never knew that.
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Pre-World War One Drilling

Also posted elsewhere but seems fitting here as well, this pre-WWI German drilling in 16 ga with a 9.3x72R rifle underneath. My dad sent it home from Europe in 1945.




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Nice Drilling!

I have a beautiful little folding Belgian S/S 410 that needs to have pictures taken and posted.
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Old December 25, 2018, 18:39   #472
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Nice Drilling!

I have a beautiful little folding Belgian S/S 410 that needs to have pictures taken and posted.
Thanks skinny! Let's have a look at that side by side .410, should be so sweet.
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Old December 25, 2018, 20:07   #473
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Belgian S/S folding .410. Some call it a poachers or backpack gun.




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Man, that is a thing of beauty! Beautiful coloring too. I've never seen one like it before, thanks for taking the pics skinny!
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Old December 26, 2018, 15:29   #475
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Santa dropped this Ortgies off or maybe it fell out of his pocket. I've wanted one of these for a log time and always see them at the gun shows. Glad it found its way to me.

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Santa dropped this Ortgies off or maybe it fell out of his pocket. I've wanted one of these for a log time and always see them at the gun shows. Glad it found its way to me.

Looks like a fantastic example to boot
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Here's a Pieper M1909 in 6.35.

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And since I'm on a .25 Cal kick...

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Here's an early (1930) Walther PP that was a Reichsbank issued piece. Remnants of colored paint are still on the front and rear sights.

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Next up is a CZ27 made under occupation. Still has a good deal of straw coloring on the hammer, trigger and extractor. The slide also has a blotchy plum hue.

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Post WWI Mauser M1914 issued to a plain clothes police officer in Leipzig.


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Wow, Beautiful little Pistols. Thanks for posting them!

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Those are such cool pistols, and all but one was previously unknown to me!
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You're welcome and thanks guys. My father and I have been collecting for more than 30 years. I have a good laugh at what was paid for a lot of these vs what they go for now.

WWII has always been my focus, but just like thread drift here on the Files, there have been many other things added. Some were too darn pretty to let go by and others are just plain cool to have. Neither of us mind if something has some wear and tear on it. I want it to work and be safe to use. There's a lot more for me take or retake pictures of and post.

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You're welcome and thanks guys. My father and I have been collecting for more than 30 years. I have a good laugh at what was paid for a lot of these vs what they go for now.

WWII has always been my focus, but just like thread drift here on the Files, there have been many other things added. Some were too darn pretty to let go by and others are just plain cool to have. Neither of us mind if something has some wear and tear on it. I want it to work and be safe to use. There's a lot more for me take or retake pictures of and post.





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Smith & Wesson Victory MFG 1944.


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Nice,
Strange that they didn't use the codes on the box.
Most WW2 nazi items got hidden codes like "dou" or "bnz"
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Correct paco, no special codes anywhere. Just Erma on the outside of the box and Erma's logo stamped into the receiver/barrel group.
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Finn M39 dated 1943. A lil bit of flame in the Arctic Birch stock.


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I love Finn 39s! That is a beauty skinny, gorgeous wood. I need to get a family photo of my M39s; they are such robust, but well-balanced rifles.

Speaking of Mosins, here is my 1932 Russian 91/30. It was a $89 special from AIM years ago and a gift from my two kids. I stripped the Soviet finish and gave the bare wood a hand-rubbed finish of 1/3 turpentine, 1/3 BLO and 1/3 melted beeswax.







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Thanks Tex, it's always nice to put a little work into these things and see them glow when you're done.
Whatever finish my M39 had was splotchy and it was really dry. I applied some BLO to hide the edges and revive the wood. I also tried getting a M39 bayonet years ago, but the auction got crazy.
There's a M28/30 hiding somewhere that I need to let see the light of day.
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Hell gettin' old. I posted these pics in another thread I believe and forgot to add them here. So, after forgetting all about them, here are my four M39s and a M27.





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Crate of M91/30's

Crate of M91/30's purchased from Classic Firearms several years ago. Seemed like a good idea at the time.

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That's so cool Uncle Mick, incredible!

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Early 1930's Mauser MS420 with Oigee scope and Akah mounts. Also has a Bowling league plaque.



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A plain Jane Mauser ES340B

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