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What the brown truck brought.

Discussion in 'Swiss Rifles' started by dogzebra, Nov 14, 2013.

  1. dogzebra

    dogzebra G&G Evangelist

    The brown truck brought me some GP-11 today, 1981 vintage. Woo-who!


    The Brown Shirt even carried the ammo into my shop, as I was checking over the girls before their winter slumber. The shiny is from the oil and Vaseline I coat them with to keep rust at bay.

    I went through a rack of thirty before I chose this K-11. It is a nice refurb, made around 1920.

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  2. JSosbe

    JSosbe G&G Enthusiast

    Beautiful rifle.

    I know ammo is hard to come by for the Swiss rifles, so congrats on the lead to sling, but man that is one pretty rifle. Easily the best condition mil-surp I have seen in a while.

  3. Tha Dave

    Tha Dave G&G Evangelist

    It's soooo pretty.... (Drool)

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  4. SgtJim

    SgtJim G&G Addict

    In the words of my son-in-law....Sweet!
  5. rando

    rando G&G Evangelist Forum Contributor

    Now that's perty.
  6. ChaZam

    ChaZam G&G Evangelist Forum Contributor


    Food for the Swiss rifles, and good food it is too....
  7. Guisan

    Guisan G&G Regular

    Buy it when you can, supplies are drying up now...
  8. Very ... very nice. Nicer than most of the Swiss rifles out there.
  9. dogzebra

    dogzebra G&G Evangelist

    I took this K-11 and the new 96/11 to the range this evening. I couldn't hit the paper without raising the sight a bit... to make the mark. I managed to knock over four bowling pins at 300m, then it got too dark.

  10. gandog56

    gandog56 G&G Evangelist Forum Contributor

    That's funny, I didn't take my K31, but did take my 96/11 on my last range trip.

    It was just a tad low at 50 yards, about the longest I can shoot without optics.