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This is the time of year when I trot out to the range with my vintage military rifles and start banging away. I have a Rem. 03 A

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  • Bella
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    Now I have a vintage battle rifle to shoot! A Mauser K98 chambered for .308. I like it a lot, I may not even covet the Krag anymore!

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  • rudyglove27
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    Agreed with ishawooa answer above and A + 1 for you sir!!!

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  • Ryan73
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    I Bring out a pair of Carl Gustav Nitro's 1 Standard & one Delux 30/06 & 308. Does anyone know if 2 piece skope mounts are made for these. Any help appreciated.

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  • MN_deer
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    Douglas, did you raid my gun safe?! I too bring out the Carl Gustav and the '03-A3.....('cept I also bring out the K98, Enfield and Garand; sold the Krag years ago on impulse- sorry, the keyboard is now wet from my tears......).

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  • Douglas
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    Ever watch the real old Tarzan movies? The safari guys at first carried Krags, then later, Springfields.

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  • ishawooa
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    Moisin-Nagant, Mauser, Arasaki, and Enfield, suppose I need a Springfield and Krag also.

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  • Bella
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    I'd like a Krag, but I ain't got one...

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  • hjohn429
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    M1A and M1 Garand are the best battle rifles ever made! Ever and that's final. I prefer the Garand to the M14 though.

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  • idahooutdoors
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    My buddy and I drew some depredation deer tags, and have been hunting them with our 91/30 Nagants to add a little more sport to the hunt. It has been a blast so far. If we were using our regular scoped rifles, the hunt would of just been a "shoot", instead we are having to work at it to get into open sight range. I love just plinking with these old rifles as well, lots of fun.

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  • Douglas
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    Clay,
    My swede is an '43 M38 Husqvarna and is unbelievable accurate. All original too.
    My 03-A3 was bought by a friends father after the war for $25 for joining the NRA. It shoots great too.

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  • bonnier-admin_2
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    03-A3 and Carl Gustaf Stads Gevarsfaktori 6.5x55 Swedish Carbine and may I include Ultra Match M1A and M1 Garand, both I used on the US Air Force High Power Team 2nd Generation!

    You’re talking my language there Youngman!

    A good safe with alarm system is sure is nice!!

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  • This is the time of year when I trot out to the range with my vintage military rifles and start banging away. I have a Rem. 03 A

    This is the time of year when I trot out to the range with my vintage military rifles and start banging away. I have a Rem. 03 A3 and a Swedish light infantry rifle in 6.5x55 (which is my favorite). Anyone else in this blogosphere enjoy this hobby? Whats your favorite vintage rifle?

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