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SVT-40 sniper rifles

Article about: Want to share with my SVT sniper rifles. Unfortunately, both are deactivated First is 1941 Tula production with original 1941 mount. Second is 1942 Mednogorsk production. It have repro mount

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    Quote by KradSpam View Post
    They were recently selling a K98 sniper with repro Indian/Pakistani optics and mounts. It was not mentioned in their description. I'm not a huge fan of WWA at all.
    Same here, they just aren't honest enough about what they sell - but they certainly do know what they're selling...

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    Apart from the obvious rails the thing that makes a sniper is the notch at the rear of the receiver which enables the mount to lock in. I assume WWA have had these machined in. I assume there stock may have come from Ryton Arms who I don't believe have any true snipers. I remember them saying that the rifles were a very slow moving stock item and they got more money selling the bayonets which came with them. I believe many went to the states.

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    I would love to have an operational SVT-40 sniper!!!
    COL, U.S. Army (Ret.)

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