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Had a good gun day

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by jsalcedo, Sep 7, 2003.

  1. jsalcedo

    jsalcedo Senior Member

    Dec 31, 2002
    I started off at the gun show at 9:00am
    Took a savage 116 30-06 to sell and went looking for some 7.62x25 ammo.

    Met a friend and talked him into buying a SAR 1 for $319

    Found 5 boxes of 7.62x25 winchester white box (sweeet)

    Sold my savage for $300.

    Bought an Ak mag for $10

    Talked the same friend into a glock 17... he bought it from a guy who is a kimber/glock dealer who sold me a my first handgun in 1986.

    Went shooting with my new M1 carbine and CZ 52.

    The winchester white box was superb out of the CZ 52, functioning and accuracy were great. I was so happy I grabbed up the shooters from the tables next to me and Made them shoot the CZ.

    Shot the M! carbine and it was scary accurate even though the 30 round magazine was not so great. (What a fun gun )

    Met a couple of kids that owned more guns than I do (very very annoying) ;) and made them shoot the M1 and CZ 52 (had to twist their arm). well not really...

    Went to the pub, met my dad talked about guns and had a couple of beers.

    Taking my 12 year old nephew shooting on Sunday morning.

    Life is good.
    Last edited: Sep 7, 2003
  2. 4v50 Gary

    4v50 Gary Moderator Staff Member

    Dec 19, 2002
    A good gun day indeed. :)
  3. Snowdog

    Snowdog Senior Member

    Dec 24, 2002
    Hendersonville, WNC
    That was my first impression with the M1... incredibly accurate.

    Sounds like you got a lot accomplished.
    How many rounds have you put through your CZ-52? Do you occasionally check the locking rollers to check to see if they're no out of round? I understand the rollers are the only weak link to that particular handgun.

    That will probably be my next handgun purchase. I've only fired a friends, but the muzzle flash alone is worth the purchase.
  4. jsalcedo

    jsalcedo Senior Member

    Dec 31, 2002
    I've put about 150 rounds through the 52.

    No jams or problems at all.

    The gun I bought was either new or had been given all new internals
    so I think the rollers will be ok for a while.

    Went ahead and ordered new rollers, firing pin and recoil spring from makarov.com while they are still cheap.

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