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Eye candy for the Swiss lovers.

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by jd46561, May 26, 2006.

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  1. jd46561

    jd46561 Member

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    Picked up this 1944 Swiss K31 today. [​IMG]
     
  2. DMK

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    Wow... That is one beautiful K31. Nice stripes in the stock.
     
  3. FXR

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    Looks: Absolutely stunning!

    I'll just bet it shoots as well as it looks! My congratulations (and envy), that's one fine rifle you have there!
    K
     
  4. WayneConrad

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    That beats the heck out of any of my K31's. The wood is just beautiful.
     
  5. mpthole

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    Where'd you get it from? AimSurplus seems to be out of them at the moment. :(
     
  6. jd46561

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    Thanks guys . Got her off of Gunbroker.com
     
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    +1
     
  8. ReadyontheRight

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    That is one pretty gun.

    How does it shoot?
     
  9. homeka45

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    Beautiful, when was it made?
     
  10. jd46561

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    Thanks, I hav'nt shot it yet. It was made in 44 , the stock is dated 12/43.
     
  11. Dave R

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    Gorgeous.
     
  12. Black Snowman

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    Looks fab. Much nicer than the wood I got with my walnut "best of 5" from AIM.

    I love these guns. They're so fun to shoot. The first one I bought I ended up giving to my Dad after he tried it, so I bought 3 more. One to keep stock, one to make the "beater" and one to build up as a target rifle.
     
  13. RON in PA

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    That is probably the best looking K31 I've seen. Enjoy!
     
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    Very nice. My K31 is also a walnut stock, made in 1944. It isn't that pretty though. Excellent striping on the stock.
     
  15. jd46561

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    Thanks guys , Yes they are fine rifles . Im glad I got mine when I did.
     
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