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  1. Bolt Action Rifles
    So I decided to buy this beautiful Arisaka rifle yesterday. I got it for $200 at Britt Arms in Mineola, with a REALLY nice wood stock and a shiny bore. I did some research and I'm pretty sure this was a Nagoya Arsenal rifle between 1939 and 1943. (not 100% about the date range), but I...
  2. Semi-Auto Handguns
    LGS here in Western Washington State has a S&W 9mm 99 OL for sale for $345 (I may be able to knock $25 or so off the price). Gun looks unused, 2 mags and plastic case. Feels good in my hand and the trigger is acceptable. I've read what I can find on it, searched a bit here and there, and...
    99 ol sw
  3. Milsurp Rifles
    Bought this carbine more than a year ago, until today I finally can start a thread to talk about it. The Japanese put serial numbers on each small part on their rifles. Even the firing pin is marked with a serial number. This carbine was listed as all matching with full mum. I believe members...
  4. Shotgun
    Some bad news...hopefully you guys have better luck with yours:
  5. Semi-Auto Handguns
    Had a beat-up Taurus cerakoted this week....it came back looking like new. Guy here in WA did a nice job....cost was $150 and it was ready overnight. Before and after pics attached.
  6. Milsurp Rifles
    They're practically giving them all away!!! http://www.classicfirearms.com/long-guns/originalmolotm9130wbayob
  7. Off Topic Lounge Chit-Chat
    I already shoot a Commie gun so I have no scruple about shopping in a 99 cent store. Somehow, I always find a need for this, and like visegrips I have a couple laying around so I can find at least one.
  8. Semi-Auto Rifles
    I have a Marlin 99 M1. It's 38 years old. It's my first gun. My oldest brother bought it for me. It has less than 200 rounds through it. From being stored and moved from time to time, the stock got dinged and marked up, there's a screw missing on the trigger and one of the screws holding on the...
  9. Hurricane Sandy Discussions
    Everyone is okay, which is the mot important part. The seals on the doors held, but the water came up right through the foundation. We're going to try to get back in an hour or so. Eating lunch in McDonalds so we have WiFi. The National Guard is checking ID's at Wellwood and Montauk Hywy...
  10. Other Rifles
    I attended the gunshow last week in Happaupuge and saw a beautiful savage 99 on one of the tables in the right corner of the room. As soon as you walk in you go to the right and against that wall the guy had a table with a couple of nice old shotguns and a few levers back there. If anyone...
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