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The firearm that started it all

Article about: This is the first firearm that I bought ,that started my life long collecting ,or obsession. Purchased at a local Army/Navy Surplus store in August of 1967,on the day I turned 13,for \\$9.95.T

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    3mk
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    Paddy do you mind posting a picture of your Polish mauser

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    JMA some nice rifles with really great looking photos!

    3mk will take and post some photos of my Polish 98s in the next couple of days.

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    Thanks

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    Paddy,

    I appreciate your comments,

    Thank you.

    regards

    jma

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    3mk Here are some photos of my PolishMauser rifles. Also a pair of Polish bayonets,and a P-35 radom. Will start a new thread at ths forum and post more pics.






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    Paddy,

    They all look in fantastic condition ,great pics too.

    Thanks for showing.

    regards

    jma

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