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    Quote Originally Posted by scottyb View Post
    Miller Tyne is currently winning this thread.
    He automatically wins a milsurp thread unless someone shows up with something amazingly extraordinary one off used by some war hero own owned by some ruler

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    Wanted to share my personal fave. This is a 1936 F.B. RADOM Wz29 I got back in the mid-1980s at the Great Western Fair Show (Pomona, Ca.). I was in one of the smaller buildings near a snack bar when I saw this jewel. Seller had a $250. tag on it and he had the money within moments. Rifle is 100% matched with perfect bore. The Wz29 has the original Polish sling (as seen in the photos) and came with a Polish "Kranc & Lempiki" blackened brass muzzle cover, too. Took me awhile but I finally got a very nice Wz28 bayonet to go with the rifle. Lastly was able to put together a set of two minty Polish Mauser rifle three-pocket ammo pouches. No nation made a more robust, top-notch ammunition pouch than Poland.
    Hope ya'll like the pics: (more on submission #33 below).
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeMomma View Post
    A few? You still need to consider writing a book, or collaborating with someone who is. OGCA in November?

    November sounds like a go sir, looks like I will have some extra cash, especially after getting blown out of the water on a gun auction today for 2 rare mosins and a plain jane capture, they sold for $17,000.00 with fees, YIKES!

    So, the Siamese Cossack sold for how much? A lot, I say. A lot....
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    Quote Originally Posted by TRAAK's View Post
    lol...He always does..

    Now if we could get him to write a book, turn the yacht into a floating museum or take-over a small country where we could all live in peace...

    ...that would be nice
    3 years & 9 weeks before that ship sets sale sir.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeMomma View Post
    Yep. He has one of the best collections of M91s I personally know of.
    Finally starting to branch out a bit Joe, but here are a few more commie lead slingers that are pretty cool

    41 Tula SVT40 sniper
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    47 Izhevsk PU sniper

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    Czech VZ54/91 sniper

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    53 Hungarian M52 sniper

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    Polish Refurbed 1944 Izhevsk PU sniper


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    I hate you this much!!!!!!


    Great stuff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miller Tyme View Post
    Finally starting to branch out a bit Joe, but here are a few more commie lead slingers that are pretty cool

    41 Tula SVT40 sniper
    DSCI0003.JPG


    47 Izhevsk PU sniper

    DSCI0018.JPG


    Czech VZ54/91 sniper

    dsci0028tr (2).jpg


    53 Hungarian M52 sniper

    pix285180012 (2).jpg


    Polish Refurbed 1944 Izhevsk PU sniper


    DSCI0023.JPG
    Branching out indeed! See you in November.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeMomma View Post
    Branching out indeed! See you in November.

    Will do, maybe 10G will grace us with his presence.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miller Tyme View Post
    Will do, maybe 10G will grace us with his presence.
    Just keep an eye out for tentacles

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    BTW, since the theme of this thread is C & R bolt guns, if you have not seen this link before, think you will find it enlightening:
    https://www.thevintagenews.com/2016/...s-still-found/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miller Tyme View Post
    Will do, maybe 10G will grace us with his presence.
    He's got the money now....
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    Quote Originally Posted by pwcosol View Post
    BTW, since the theme of this thread is C & R bolt guns, if you have not seen this link before, think you will find it enlightening:
    https://www.thevintagenews.com/2016/...s-still-found/
    Amazing! At least one picture showed 7.62x54R ammo that looked like it could be still fired.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeMomma View Post
    Amazing! At least one picture showed 7.62x54R ammo that looked like it could be still fired.
    Now you know where all those imports come from!

    Some of those mortars looked to be in good condition.

    If I were those guys I don't know if I would be so happy playing with 80 year old unexploded ordnance

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arik View Post
    If I were those guys I don't know if I would be so happy playing with 80 year old unexploded ordnance
    Ditto! Was cringing at some of the UXO pics.
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