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Old 01-02-2008, 08:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Bolt Action WWII Rifle

I am interested in a bolt-action rifle from WWII, either the mauser, mosin nagant or a lee enfield. I thought to ask you guys if you know wher or who I could get one from
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Old 01-02-2008, 08:44 PM   #2 (permalink)
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You can get them everywhere. If you subscribe to shotgun news, you cant get away from them.

The mosin nagant and the enfield would be the easiest.

I would choose the enfield. You can get a No. 4 for around $100.

Let me get you a link.

J&G sales is a good place. I bought a bunch of ammo from them awhile ago.

They have all three guns you want at this link:
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I'd recommend a Mosin-Nagant. They're very fun to shoot and the round is ballistically in the same league as a .308 or 30-06. Just make sure to stay away from the cheap corrosive primered military surplus ammo. You can pick em up for under $100 and they're very accurate. I put a Tapco scope mount on mine and can pick stuff off to about 300yds.
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Corrosive ammo is no problem, if you nutrealize the salts afterwards with some windex, tehn some water, and then WD-40 to hold over till you get home.
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Old 01-02-2008, 10:10 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Corrosive ammo is no problem, if you nutrealize the salts afterwards with some windex, tehn some water, and then WD-40 to hold over till you get home.
I just KNEW somebody was going to say that. I'm thinking of the times that I forgot to bring all that stuff and cringed on the 1hr drive home, thinking of my pristine barrel rotting away.
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ps how common is the .308 round? I know nothing about weapons outside of those organic to the army platoon
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I agree the mosin is a very very nice weapon, I shoot corrosive ammo but i also shoot in my back yard so its never a problem for me.

Here is a good place to get mauser or mosin bolts bent for scope mounts:
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Check local gun shops, Dunahms if you have one around you.
Or theres always Gunbroker but is has to be transfered to a local FFL holder around you.
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ps how common is the .308 round? I know nothing about weapons outside of those organic to the army platoon
It's a very common round.

paintballwannab, thanks for posting that. I might have to pick up one of those. My scope mount came with a kit to cut off the stock bolt handle, and drill/tap for a bolt-on bolt handle. I'm always worried that I'm going to snap off the allen-headed screw when I work it, cause as you know it takes a bit of effort to do so.
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