Discussion in 'Winchester' started by Link23, Sep 23, 2010.
here it is
.30 cal. is it a 30/40, 7.62x54R , 7.62x51R (30-30) ,7.62x51 (.308) ?
Well sir she's a looker. Have you shot her yet? couldn't tell but thought it might be a 54R , nice rifel. .....................Waterdog.
Did you buy this, or is it for sale?
Either way, I would love to own the rifle!
Chesterwin is buying it !
Didn't realize it was the same gun.
At least it is going to a good guy!
She's here and I've named her, "Mo Nag Winnie". The name is not because I got more nagging about buying her, but because she shoots the same round as the mosin nagants!
chesterwin....I hate you, you lucky stiff!
And still waiting for a range report!
I think I hear your wife, in the background saying...
NO MO WINNIE, for you! :wink1:
Gan. Got to get the brass and dies to load some rounds first!
Griz. Winnies have a way of multiplying and who knows what'll happen when this ruskie hybrid gets in the kennel!
I may just be ignorant to the reasoning, but why can't you shoot surplus 7.62x54r through it?
Very nice !! I am jealous !!
Was this an original military rifle made into a custom rifle with the charger guides removed ?
This was apparently a military rifle by contract that wasn't delivered/accepted to/by Russia. It has the contract stamps but no Russian stampings. It's missing the bayonet lug, stocks, charging guide and sights. Any lead on these parts would be appreciated.
Very Nice! I missed all this happening..very Very VERY VERY nice Jim!
u lucky dog...
Didnt Browning repop the same action a few years back in 3006 and variants? The old 95 Winchesters where wonderful pieces. They need to be brought back again. kinda like a 99 savage. it still does exactly what needs to be done.
Yes sir Dennis. I believe you are correct!
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