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New C&R What to buy???

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Menace_CD, Mar 3, 2006.

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  1. Menace_CD

    Menace_CD Member

    Mar 2, 2006
    Just got my C&R license yesterday. Already have a Yugo SKS (which prompted me to get the C&R), and a bunch of newer guns. I am hooked on the Yugo and have not touched any of my other guns since. Wanted some input on some "must have's" for my collection. I live in the Republik of **********, so I understand I am facing some limitations.
  2. losangeles

    losangeles Member

    Oct 19, 2005

    There is no limit! You can pretty much start anywhere. After all, it's never going to end so you can start with anything. Just go to the milsurp sights and start with one of them --- Mosins (38, 44, 91), Schmidt-Rubin, all different types of Mausers, all the other SKSs beside the one you have. A whole bunch. It never ends.
  3. Husker1911

    Husker1911 Member

    Mar 24, 2005
    Omaha, NE. Alright, Lincoln on Game day Saturdays.
    Swedish mausers, my friend. Enjoy!
  4. Red Tornado

    Red Tornado Member

    Jun 22, 2004
    NE Arkansas
    The K31's are a steal right now, and will probably dry up soon, therefore, get one first. Also, Swedish Mausers are less common and going up quickly. Also should be high on the list.

    Mausers are a disease, (and I haven't caught it yet, but I keep having symptoms) that will force you to buy 24/47, 48, 98, etc. There's no end and no known cure. Mosin's are cheap and will probably still be functional at the end of days.

    Oh, on the handgun front, definitely get a CZ-52. It should last as long as your Mosins (that you will eventually have) and is an incredibly fun cartridge.

    Actually, just give up and buy one of everything right now! Everyone needs some credit card debt. :neener:

    P.S. This all assumes you already have a Garand. :scrutiny: Get a Garand!
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