Some friends love old guns

Some friends love old guns

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7 years 21 weeks ago, 11:56 AM

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WHAT KIND?

HMMMM?

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7 years 21 weeks ago, 11:58 AM

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An old Mauser C96, 7,63mm

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7 years 21 weeks ago, 12:42 PM

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i was thinkin

Mauser......must have alot of recoil...

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7 years 21 weeks ago, 12:43 PM

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no, just normal. with

no, just normal. with butstock, almost nothing.

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7 years 21 weeks ago, 12:47 PM

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ever

shoot one?

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7 years 21 weeks ago, 3:33 PM

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Mauser 1896

My wife's uncle had one in 7.63 Mauser. It was a great shooter, very accurate, and little recoil. As Nobile said, with the stock attached the recoil was practically negligible. After his death it disappeared, and no word ever came as to its whereabouts. Suspicions, but no proof.

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