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A friend has an antique custom built rifle in .17 Hornet built on a minature Martini action. Very nice old rifle. Do any of yo

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  • A friend has an antique custom built rifle in .17 Hornet built on a minature Martini action. Very nice old rifle. Do any of yo

    A friend has an antique custom built rifle in .17 Hornet built on a minature Martini action. Very nice old rifle. Do any of you have Martinis and I don't care if you prefer them dry or not?

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      I taught an NRA junior shooting club for about 5 years asnd we had several Martini falling block/lever actuated actions the youth shooters used to earn their qulaifications. The actions were tough, worked flawless and werewell in excess of 80 years old. I also have a good friend that hunts in Africa with a PR that hased used a Martini action rifle for over 24 years as one of the principal back ups on Dangerous game. That by itself says a lot about dependability,accuracy, strength, and simplicty.

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