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Old January 11, 2019, 15:58   #501
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An 1899 Orberndorf and a 1907 Carl Gustaf Swedish M96






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Swede 96's are one milsurp I wished I would have bought into early. That cartridge is a serious pill.
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Old January 13, 2019, 11:20   #503
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And another 6.5 for your viewing pleasure - Type 38


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A high mileage, post WWII (late 1945 or early 1946), French M1935-A.

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Franz Stock model 1 in 7.65. Later 20's manufacture.


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Old January 16, 2019, 16:20   #506
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K43 QVE 45 reworked and reissued to the VoPo



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Old January 22, 2019, 22:40   #508
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Those are really neat pistols skinny, and an interesting rifle too. I don't think I had seen that particular version before. Thanks for posting them!
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K43 QVE 45 reworked and reissued to the VoPo


Wow very nice VoPo, I always wanted one for my collection of G/K43. Hard to find nice ones like that.
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Old January 23, 2019, 18:38   #510
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Thanks Tex and HDH!

I was so excited when I saw that K43 at a gun show that I went back the next day and bought it. That was a few decades ago. It's neat to know that this has history that goes beyond WWII. I understand (from reading) that many of the VoPo K43's are QVE marked and that factory tended to put out higher quality pieces because they had a high percentage of German paid workers. That stock, with its chatter marks, red shellac and Duroflo handguard, looks so darn cool!

I really want to get a shooter K43. Have 2 extra repro stocks, new Wolf springs, a shooters kit, a few extra misc parts/accessories, and an extra aftermarket handguard.

More to come...

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Old January 23, 2019, 19:16   #511
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M1895 Nagant dated 1943. Has my vote for ugliest revolver.

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Old January 23, 2019, 19:59   #512
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A hard used Colt M1917 with possible blood pitting. I've never had experience with anything resembling this, but it appears to have run down the right hand, on to the (right side) of the gun and into the crane. A lot of the finish is missing in that area, but it's not seen until you swing the cylinder out.



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Old January 23, 2019, 20:19   #513
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Walther Model 4 from 1923. Notice the ejection port is on the left side.

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Old January 23, 2019, 20:30   #514
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Another H&R autoloader. First year production - 1916.

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Old January 24, 2019, 13:06   #515
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All very nice, the Walther is my favorite.
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Old January 25, 2019, 11:20   #516
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I recently inherited this old revolver. It once belonged to my wife's great-grandmother in Springfield, Missouri. It is a U.S. Revolver Company top-break revolver in .38 S&W, made by the Iver Johnson Company in the early 20th Century.





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Old January 25, 2019, 12:09   #517
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Looks a lot like a H & R 38 S&W my dad has...somewhere, buried under a pile-o-stuff. It was his fathers. It free wheels too and has grips with a used target where the US is on yours.
I wonder if H&R made that for Iver Johnson?
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Izhevsk M91/59

I bought this Mosin Nagant M91/59 several years ago.





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Old January 27, 2019, 19:03   #519
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I've always liked the look of those shorty Nagants. Those converts make a clean looking carbine. As soon as the nasty weather clears outa here, I have a .22 Nagant style trainer to post up.

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Old February 09, 2019, 15:13   #520
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After JMBrowning designed the Winchester Model 1893/97 shotgun, he created the Stevens Model 520 (double hump, suicide safety), arguably improved, but certainly not as commercially successful. One certain improvement was the take down system, moving from the relatively small and wear prone interrupted barrel threads of the 97 to the Burgess inspired stout locking grooves of the 520 barrel extension. Pictured below are the further improved models 520A (single hump, tang safety) and 620 (no hump, cross bolt safety). The apparent lack of popularity of these shotguns (military marked examples aside) makes them generally more affordable for the small group of Stevens collectors.

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I inherited this old Fox Savage Model B 12 ga. double-barrel that once belonged to my wife's grandfather. Wasn't this a version of the Stevens 311, since Savage had purchased Stevens in the late 30s I believe?

I've never seen those Stevens shotguns before NC, very cool!







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And another 6.5 for your viewing pleasure - Type 38


This is arguably the nicest Arisaka I’ve ever seen. Very very nice
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Old February 13, 2019, 19:29   #525
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Thank you VALMET!

I couldn't believe the shape it's in either. There is still grease under the barrel and action. A very nice shooting rifle indeed.
On the opposite end of the spectrum, I have a Type 99, that while safe to shoot, is just awful, and a Type 97 somewhere in the middle.

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Old February 16, 2019, 17:50   #527
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C'est très bien!
It is the only Berthier I've ever owned but it is also the nicest one I've ever seen. Very difficult to find ammo for it though.
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Mauser C96 Model 1930. Has a few hints at its beautiful original finish left. One of my friends called it a hand cannon.




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My small contribution to this thread, most of these pics are from a while back but I still have these guns in my collection









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And I just had to post this pic even though REGRETTABLY I sold it 2 years ago. I'll get another one some day!!!

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Got some nice stuff there NSS! The striped wood on the Garand 2nd up from the bottom sure is Purdy. I keep staring at the picture of the scoped K98 on the table...it plays tricks with my eyes. It looks really small (half size) or the table is really big.

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Stevens No 10 break action target 22. Early 20's manufacture.



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Huge fan of the lighter wood on this M1916, very nice
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I second that!

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Stevens No 10 break action target 22. Early 20's manufacture.



Man, that old Stevens pistol is something!

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Huge fan of the lighter wood on this M1916, very nice
And I second that as well! Very attractive!
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Got some nice stuff there NSS! The striped wood on the Garand 2nd up from the bottom sure is Purdy. I keep staring at the picture of the scoped K98 on the table...it plays tricks with my eyes. It looks really small (half size) or the table is really big.
Thanks, yeah I don't know what was up with that pic, it was taken on the table on my deck, I was standing on a chair to get the shot.

Yes that stock is purty!! One of these days I'll send it off to Yellowhand to see if he can work some of his magic on it. When I picked those out I had never seen the "Pumpkin" stocks. I thought they were really cool looking. Now I don't know.
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3 out of these 4 are now C&R collectibles.

My Spanish rifle collection.


FR8/MARS#1/CETME L/MARS#2



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Dave, how do you like that Lucid red-dot on the Model L? Is it the HD7 model? I currently have one on my Colt 6920.
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Dave, how do you like that Lucid red-dot on the Model L? Is it the HD7 model? I currently have one on my Colt 6920.
Yes Tex HD7, I like Lucid products. I have the P7 on my BREN 805. The optics are built like Tanks & good glass to Boot.
Truth be told I have not shot the "L" yet however I had that HD7 on my PTR91K for 4 or 5 years, excellent service.
I replaced it on the PTR simply because I wanted a magnified optic not a red Dot.

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They look good, work well and best of all don't cost a ton of money.
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Yes Tex HD7, I like Lucid products. I have the P7 on my BREN 805. The optics are built like Tanks & good glass to Boot.
Truth be told I have not shoot the "L" yet however I had that HD7 on my PTR91K for 4 or 5 years, excellent service.
I replaced it on the PTR simply because I wanted a magnified optic not a red Dot.

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They look good, work well and best of all don't cost a ton of money.

I've been happy with mine too. Seems to be good gear for the money. Man, those are some beautiful rifles HDH!
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Here it is...
Newest acquisition, Enfield No4 Mk1 T, It is mis-matched but it is all mine!!!
Been after one of these for a VERY long time. Now I just need a U.S. sniper rifle from WW2 to round out the collection.
The Russian & German rifles are repros. But The T is the real deal!!!







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Very nice, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^wish I had one.
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Very nice, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^wish I had one.
Coming from you that is a HUGE compliment. Your collection is only rivaled by Paco's!!!!!
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Chilean M1935 Carbineros carbine in 7mm.

Finally got around to digging this one out, highlighting and taking pictures. One of the last, if not the last Mauser contract built rifles before WWII. One of these just recently sold on Gunbroker. It was 2 digits less than mine.






Even the wood screws under the handguard are blued.
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Skinny, you indeed have a incredible C&R collection.

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Chilean M1935 Carbineros carbine in 7mm.

Finally got around to digging this one out, highlighting and taking pictures. One of the last, if not the last Mauser contract built rifles before WWII. One of these just recently sold on Gunbroker. It was 2 digits less than mine.






Even the wood screws under the handguard are blued.
I love a Mauser Carbine- never owned a Chilean like that butcame close once. I did have a flat mint 1948 Dutch Police Carbine a number of years ago but sold it like an idiot.
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Thanks HDH and Valmet! Collecting has brought my dad and me decades of pleasure and still does when I dig stuff out for shooting or showing.

Fortunately, I haven't sold anything that I've kicked myself over. Anything I've sold, I have managed to get a better one later. Still have a ton of stuff to take pics of and a ton of stuff I want to add to the collection.
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