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.22lr Russian Trainer

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Moparmike, Oct 13, 2004.

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  1. Moparmike

    Moparmike Member

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    Oddly enough, a downwardly-plunging firey handbask
    I was told that it is just like the Romanian trainers, and it even has the triple rear leaf sites. It is $70, and according to the gun-guys at the store, it has a really nice bore. (Someday, I need to have someone sit down and say "This is a good bore" and "this is a bad bore" etc).


    I currently have it on layaway, and I want to know if it will be decent enough to learn on. I am not wanting to put 5 shots in a dime at 100yds, but I would like to make "groups" instead of "patterns". :eek:

    Its a bolt action, 10-shot (I think). Can I get extra magazines for this?
     
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  3. Moparmike

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    Thanks, bu that isnt it. It has a separate magazine, from the trigger guard.
     
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    You have me curious.

    I did some searching via the internet and didn't come up with anything of that nature in a Russian. What were the markings and could it perhaps be a Romanian?

    Good Shooting
    Red
     
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    That triple rear leaf sight sure sounds like a Romanian.

    If the bore is anywhere near decent, it will probably be a very good rifle.

    I bought a Romanian Model 1969 for my son, and liked it so much I bought another for myself. It is more accurate than my other son's Ruger 10/22 and my Marlin Model 60.

    If the Russian rifle is the same design, it will likely shoot esually well. Tose things have a free-floated barrel, you know...
     
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