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Article about: Hey guys, Here's my new stuff. Sorry about the bad pictures in the beginning. First, rifle on the wall bottom-Romania contract VZ-24 1938. Second, Finish m91 mosin nagant excellent condition

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    Hey guys,


    Here's my new stuff. Sorry about the bad pictures in the beginning.

    First, rifle on the wall bottom-Romania contract VZ-24 1938.

    Second, Finish m91 mosin nagant excellent condition 1904 receiver 1944 barrell.

    Third, German ww1 gew 98 refurbished for WW2 lots of German thrid riech parts.

    Fourth, Swiss k31 1944. 1940? 1941? Bayonet.

    On the floor a very poor condition VZ-24 in 7mm sold to Brazil cleaned it up as best as I could. Don't buy these from century arms lol...

    Coming up k98 1903 and a Lee enfield! Some k98 pics snuck in.
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    Very nice!...

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    K98 yugo capture/rework. Still can see the 42 date on the recivcer with bright light. Lost of German markings the yugos missed. The bolt looks semi Kriegs, the vent holes are drilled out not milled. Also the stock has a "X" on it, last pictures is it a Russian capture stock? Never heard of the x on the stock. Stock still has Eagles intact.
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    1903 Remington 1941 serial number. 1942 barrell, post war stamps on stock. Kind of a inbred 1903 but all parts appear to be WW2.
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    Lee enfield Mark 4 Canadian 1944.
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    Nice collection.

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    Very nice looking start .


    John
    I specialize in M1 carbines and Lugers.

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    Quote by guns ltd View Post
    Very nice looking start .


    John
    Many thanks.

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    Your Finnish rifle is an m/39 not an m/91-they produced a wide variety of copies and improved models of the basic MN types, of which the m/39 was the last and greatest example. This my m/91.
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    Nice stuff (...with the exception of the Sox plaque of course )
    "Please", Thank You" and proper manners appreciated

    My greatest fear is that one day I will die and my wife will sell my guns for what I told her I paid for them

    "Don't tell me these are investments if you never intend to sell anything" (Quote: Wife)

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