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Discussion in 'Swiss Rifles' started by Hog Red, Nov 9, 2013.
Almost got a K11 at a gun show today, but he just would not budge on his price, so I walked.
what are k-11's going for?
I have 2 K31 great rifles, these rifles have never had corrosive primers that why the bores are nice and bright, but they did like to kick the rifle up . stocks crack on left side, if you have a cracked one it can be drilled and dowels glued in place. The ammo 7.5x55 is cheap in bulk. I paid $235 and $250
As a comment on the troop tags from the authors posting, I was fortunate when buying my first K31 from Wideners that it had a troop tag. I was able to contact the Swiss soldier it was issued to and recieved a nice letter in return verifing the rifle being issued to him. Also I sent him a 5 shot grouping that I shot from the bench at 100 yards that you could cover with teacup. Sights had not been adjusted from the time it left Switzerland. These are great rifles no matter the cost. MHO
Yessir, I have two of them also! I think they need some lovin', I'd better go take care of that.
Hog Red, I can help you out with a original rear sight leaf and slider. When your eye sight is not that good anymore having difficulties focussing on various distances a diopter could be the solution.
Lyman makes the "hawk eye", it's a small disc with a tiny hole in it that you stick onto your shooting glasses, that one also improves your eye sight when aiming.
I like diopters, but only seem to have two rifles with them. Neither of them Swiss..................hmmm.............