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Norinco JW-103

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by bigsplash1, Feb 24, 2004.

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  1. bigsplash1

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    Has anyone used this rifle? It is in 7.62x39.
     
  2. gmoz

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    JW-103

    I own a norinco Jw-103 and I am very impressed with it. Considering it is not a long distance gun I would have no problem shoting 150-200 yards. The grouping is quite consistant but it all depends on which ammo you use in it.
     
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    rugar 44 mag carbine

    Does anyone know anyone that has this caliber gun. I have one but the stock is finish (broken when purchased) It's a great gun but I can't find a stock anywere. Anyone have an idea where to look?
     
  4. mp510

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    gmoz, contact Ruger. They are very good on warranty work, and supplying parts. If it isn't under warranty, I bet they would be willing to sell you one:)
    Also check out Gun Parts Corp. out of New York.
     
  5. rbernie
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    Us'n 'Murricans can't get new Norincos, by oh-fish-i-al proclamation of our Federal government.

    As I've heard the story - seems the Chinese pissed off a few folks in Washington, DC back in the early '90's by trying to sneak a buttload of FA capable AKs into the country under the guise of post-'86 legal semiauto imports. In response, our .gov decided that Norinco weapon imports were no longer welcome.

    So - you'se guys in the Great White North get to play with Norinco bolties and M14 clones that we can't have.
     
  6. Surplussoldier

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    Check www.canadiangunnutz.com
    I've heard mixed reviews of the rifle. After some home bedding people have gotten decent accuracy (2 MOA, maybe 1 or so with handloads). But it's a bit crude. Most Canadians just buy SKSs (Yugo or Chinese) for the price, or VZ58 rifles (less expensive than Mini-30).
     
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