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Thinking Swiss...

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Hikingman, Aug 7, 2007.

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  1. Hikingman

    Hikingman Member

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    Swiss shooters...are you spending time at the range, or getting your rifle(s) set for targets or a hunt?
     
  2. U.S.SFC_RET

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    Swiss K31 with offset scope mount found on E-Bay. Burris fullfield scope. Privipartisan brass 300 pieces ordered in and 165, and 180 grn speers coming in.
    I will be swiss alright. I learned German being stationed in germany three times. I will convert that into Swiss German and sing and Yodel.:neener:
     
  3. tbs

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    Check out swissrifles.com!! Everything you ever wanted to know about swiss stuff.
     
  4. Squidward

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    Thinking you should buy one!

    Thinking Swiss? I have a couple :D and they are fun/easy to shoot, clean, repair, upgrade (read adding a scope; no bubbas here) and IMHO, beautiful. If you are lucky there might be a surprize under the buttplate.. Prices vary but there are good deals if you look around.
     
  5. tdubya

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    By the end of August i will have my first K-31! $189 at a local gun store...oh yes Walnut :)
     
  6. SSG3000

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    My all time favorite SSG-3000,best police sniper for year 2000.
     
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