It's a G3, which is a select-fire CETME/PTR91/whatever, with a rail. Only difference is looks.
There are numerous straight-pull mechanisms that will work much better than a SVT-40's tilting-block action.
Made during the Korean War, reputedly near a base in Japan where soldiers R&R'ed. I've also seen numerous...
Never enough cheap ammo to encourage anyone to tinker with them.
It's generally whatever is the most integral supporting component necessary for function. In the AR, it ties all the parts together in the proper...
Concur on avoiding all things Promag. Get one of the Rifle Dynamics AR stock adaptors and go from there.
Look around for an 87M, they're even more fun.
Generally speaking a decent, basic, non FTR/greenstripe rifle with matching numbers and a good bore runs in the $350 range lately.
But seriously, consider a FAL.
Fakes, made in the early 2000s. The only real German use marking that would ever be put on a M95 carbine would be a stamp on the underside of the...
You don't begin to change the composition of steel until it gets above a thousand degrees F. Your cookie sheets haven't shattered, have they?
Either get a 98k stock or a Vz-22 stock. Either works, as will most South American Contract rifles like Peruvian and Chilean. Just depends how...
I sold the Tangeshima, and decided not to post the NDM-86 or the Valmet...
Fifteen feet or less. Usually it's that really stupid woodchuck trying to dig up under a barn or a rat in a feedbunk. You see it, go get the .22,...
That's a M-14 brake, or similar.
It's also possible it was a Finn that had a spliced stock that broke at the splice, perhaps?
An Enfield .22 trainer multiple-round subcaliber magazine can push $1500 by itself. A MAS-45 can be sometimes found for $200. Go to rimfirecentral...
Nosedive rounds means the follower spring is weak and old.
German rifles produced at DWM have a variety of markings. Sun, crescent moon, Saturn, five and six-pointed stars, various other stampings. They...
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