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  1. Milsurp [Rifles]
    So I walked into a LGS and low and behold they had a Gewehr 98 behind the counter. I take a quick look at it and its numbers matching. I don't know the manufacturer off hand, VC Schilling Suhl, so I google it and out of the 9 Gew 98 manufacturers, its the 8th hardest to come by and the 1915 is...
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    Long Islanders continue the tradition of bitching about high taxes & yet voting for more taxes.
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    "A fabulous fight can make an already excellent movie even better, but sometimes it's the fights themselves that make a movie so good." http://www.guns.com/2015/04/04/98-fabulous-hollywood-fights-rolled-into-one-5-minute-mashup-video/
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    Probably going around 1pm. Wondering if anyone else is.
  5. Milsurp [Rifles]
    I have a Spandau 1904 GEW 98 that was brought back by my uncle from WWll. This rifle has been in my dad's basement and has not been fired since. The serial numbers all match with the exception of the bolt and I have cleaned it up to where it appears ready to shoot. I slugged the bore and the...
  6. Milsurp [Rifles]
    I just recieved my 24/47 model from Mitchells. It' a real nice rifle for the price. I have the K-98 from them as well and have not been disappointed in any way. I noted below the details of the 24/47 for reference as well as pics. Developed after the German Gewehr 98 of WWI, this short carbine...
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