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Military Surplus Picture Thread

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by josiewales, Feb 18, 2013.

  1. Fishbed77

    Fishbed77 Senior Member

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    Here's some photos of the only milsurp I currently own. A beautiful Service Grade 1944 Springfield Armory M1 Garand I purchased from the CMP:

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  2. josiewales

    josiewales Member

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    Fishbed, that is georgous!
     
  3. selector67

    selector67 Member

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    Great collections guys :)
     
  4. Babarsac

    Babarsac Member

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  5. corky52

    corky52 New Member

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    Garand Winchester 1944, SA barrel 3/55, ME 0+, TE 1+, replacement birch stock

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  6. madcratebuilder

    madcratebuilder Senior Member

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    A late RIA assembled at SA and a Smith-Corona. The RIA is in RI wood and a NS RI bolt.
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    LE's
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    Newest arrival, 1898 Krag rifle.
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    Inland carbine
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    NM Garand
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  7. Roadkill

    Roadkill Senior Member

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    great guns, nice photos
     
  8. SaxonPig

    SaxonPig Senior Member

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    I assume modified rifles don't count? I have a bunch of military bolt guns that no longer look military.

    My first reaction was "I don't have much in the way of original military rifles." But it turns out I do have a couple. More than I first thought.


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    All original including offensive markings:


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    Odds and ends...


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  9. Numeric

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    1923 CZ-Brno Vz.98/22; served in both Czechoslovakia and the Turkish Republic. 7.9x57mm
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    1919 Steyr-Mannlicher M1895, with evidence of Czech and Bulgarian service. 8x56mmR
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    1943 Fazakerley No4mk1 Lee-Enfield. restored with parts from a No4mk2. .303UK
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  10. 303tom

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    Them is some nice rifles guys, here is another one, it`s MAS 49/56............
     
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  11. Orion8472

    Orion8472 Senior Member

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    Post #30 . . . . . beautiful!
     
  12. crabwearer

    crabwearer New Member

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    Remington 1903A3 and Springfield 1903. I have a thing for 1903s.
     

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  13. TurtlePhish

    TurtlePhish Senior Member

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    This picture's already on THR elsewhere, but...

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  14. selector67

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    Nice collections guys ;)
     
  15. whitefeather

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    US & Assorted Foreign Long Arms (and a Nazi Walther P38 that tagged along)
     

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  16. krinko

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    Left to right:

    1.Finnish M28-30, 7.62x54R
    2.Norwegian Krag M94, 6.5x55
    3.Preduzece 44 K98, 7.92x57
    4.Swiss K31, 7.5x55

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  17. nwilliams

    nwilliams Senior Member

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    Would be way too many images to post but here are a few of my more unique acquisitions...More to come...

    Carcano M91 Rifle
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    Dutch M1895
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    Enfield No 1 Mk3 with magazine cut-off
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    With rare P1903 Lee Enfeld SMLE Bayonet
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    Gew 98 "Transitional" Rifle
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    Polish M44 - Unissued
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    Military proofed Ithaca 12g - Used to train bomber gunners during WW2
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  18. squarepants33889

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    Sporterized 1926 Lee Enfield NoIIIMk1 shtle and a 1952 Tula SKS

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    Thinking about trying the Enfield in next years white tail season. I'll have to see how I'm feeling.
     
  19. Ignition Override

    Ignition Override Senior Member

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    Very nice.

    ZEN.45: Heel mooi, tres belle!
    And you guys also understand the camera/computer 'thing'. Wish that you could see my family.
     
  20. KiowaScout

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    Here is a beauty that is pretty much one of a kind! It's a Persian short Mauser presented by the Imperial Iranian Air Force to one Col. Wu-Ping-Chung. I have not been able to find much history on this rifle. I've received an offer or two from a few collector buddies though and I may bite, as I'm trying to finance another project or two. I sure would like to know this particular rifle's story, though!
     

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  21. content

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    Hello friends and neighbors// Might as well add these.

    Winchester, 1897, .12ga.
    Smith Corona, 1903A3, .30-06
    Remington Model 11,. 12ga. w/ Cutts compensator, WWII door gunner trainer.
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    Springfield, M1 Garand, .30-06 ,, returned Danish (VAR barrel)
    Underwood, M1 Carbine, .30cal. ,, CMP
    Marine issue Kabar
     
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  22. content

    content Senior Member

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    Hello friends and neighbors// nwilliams,, outstanding group!

    I have never seen a Military stamped DB shotgun.
    TYVM for showing me/us where to look for the FB, certainly a Pearl.
     
  23. highpower

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    1906 Springfield '03 with 1918 Winchester 1897 Trench gun:
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    1918 Springfield '03
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    1942 Remington '03
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    1943 Remington '03-A3
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    1943 Smith-Corona '03-A3
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    1917 Winchester M1917, rebuilt at Ogden during WWII and inspected by Elmer Keith.
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    1943 Underwood M1 carbine
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    1884 Trapdoor Springfield made in 1890
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    1942 Stevens 720, US property marked
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    1917 Swedish M96 FSR rifle
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    And while not rifles, I bet these two C96 Broomhandle Mausers could tell a tale or two. Sold to China in the 1920's and used by every faction during the turmoil from Sun-Yat-Sen through WWII to Mao's revolution.
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  24. ol' scratch

    ol' scratch Senior Member

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    The Rifles trom top to bottom

    Daisy 853 surplus pellet rifle
    1903 Springfield (1927)
    Danish Return M1 Garand (1944 Springfield with correct lockbars, VAR barrel)
    Type 1 National Match M1 Garand (1955 Springfield 5.9 mil, NM marked type one barrel)
    Correct M1 Garand (1955 HRA)
    Kimber Model 82 Government (1987)
    M 1891/30 Mosin Nagant PU Sniper (1943 Izhmash, true sniper with matching numbers on mount, scope bolt butt plate, restruck magazine floor plate)

    Pistols
    P64 Radom (1974)
    FN Browning Hi Power (1986, I think it is an Israeli and a bring back as it is not import marked)
    CZ 82 (1984)
     

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  25. clay3488

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