action and inherent accuracy of a Mauser. I shot in competition using an Argentine Mauser, much older than the 98 but nontheless easily kept up with the semi-auto shooters.
Old rifle, but still god rifle.
I would love to get one in .243 Winchester
what was your 1909 chambered in 7.62X53 are did ya change it?
for the Lyman target sights. It's a 1891
Interesting, got my old books out, and i see that the Argentines adapted the Mauser 1891 in the first year. That means the 1891 was only in service for 8 yrs or so before being replaced by the 1909, they both used the same bayonet.. Did yours still have the lugs, and by chance did you also have the bayonet. Thinking thats a great piece, and way more accurate than i could ever make it shoot. Do you still have it.
never got one though, darn it. Still has lugs. VERY accurate. Cartridge performance compares well to .308, tack driver
Isn't there a lot of chances for ricochet shooting at those rocks?
No, its a perfect safe.
Real men shoot rocks! LOL
a rifle receiver built? I'd like to have a .357 single shot drop block similar to Remington Rolling Block or Stevens Favorite.
Unless you have a few grand to throw
around just pick up a new New England
single or combo for a few hundred.
I have a 357 and also a 223, the 223
would be easy for a kid even comes in a
kids model if you wanted one. Easy to scope
if you waanted, the rolling block might be
As long as it meets Federal Laws re: length of gun, bbl, mag size and not full auto. It is not going to be cheap! But what is except ebear, he charges everybody a quarter...lol
UR FREE...AS SOON AS YOU PASS OUT AFTER A FEW MARTINIS OF COURSE.
You don't have enough Martoonies for me.
a Martini action would be a good one for building a .357 on and the actions are readily available and are reasonably priced.they are a falling block design and are real strong too.Rossi sells lever action .357 and .44 mag rifles.
cheap in the '60s. I'll go looking, Thanks for the idea!!
Back in the '50s the Remingtons were going for well under $50 in 11mm and 7mm, Egyptian and Turk I think.
The deal is that I'd like to get something big enough for white tails but small enough for my g-son.
find a nice original one and have it rebarreled.have the barrel turned to the same profile as the original one and use the original wood.
I've kept a look out and found a break action one but that's not classic.
Hey ebear they named a gun after our drink.
lets sue the fuck outta them!!!