Fear and bullets.
Posted On:4/07/2010 9:33am
Just make sure it's got all it's parts, and that the inside of the barrels shows no corrosion (Cheap Eastern Bloc ammo will corrode the barrels if not cleaned with ammonia after every trip to the range).
Don't pay more than 150.
And lo, Kano looked down upon the field and saw the multitudes. Amongst them were the disciples of Uesheba who were greatly vexed at his sayings. And Kano spake: "Do not be concerned with the mote in thy neighbor's eye, when verily thou hast a massive stick in thine ass".
--Scrolls of Bujutsu: Chapter 5 vs 10-14.
Posted On:4/13/2010 2:32am
Id go with a M98 Mauser or Enfield first.
Posted On:4/13/2010 8:12am
PDS Rifles Style: Univ. Florida Kickboxing
Why is that?
Posted On:4/13/2010 1:32pm
I got no love for the Enfield, but Mausers are nice. Not as cheap as the Mosin, though.
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Posted On:3/31/2011 7:17pm
the cigarette smoking mormon shiksa that lives next to my family farm has one of these. she was actually sighting it in today, and the only thing i can say about it is to invest in quality ear protection.
no bullshit, this is the loudest gun i have ever heard go off (other than a barrett .50). it's a hell of a deer rifle though. she's taken down 3 bucks at an average of 200 yards iron sighted.
Originally Posted by it is fake
yeah, normally i'd get a quote, but couldn't be bothered.
Posted On:4/21/2011 7:23am
Originally Posted by STB'A
no bullshit, this is the loudest gun i have ever heard go off (other than a barrett .50).
Another thing about the carbines with the 20in (514 mm) barrels is to avoid using surplus rounds, as they are opitmised for light MGs and Dragunovs.
Some owners have told me that when the bullets from the surplus ammo leave a 20 in. barrel, they've still got burning powder hot on their heels, which produces a blossom of flame from a few inches to three feet in diameter.
Posted On:8/30/2011 12:53pm
i have a 44 carbine. it probably wouldn't hurt to have someone check the firing pin alignment with the edge of the bolt head. according to the local experts here, if the firing pin protrudes beyond the bolt head that could cause blow back from the round when fired.
other than that, check the bore for pitting and the bolt for movement and that's pretty much it.
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