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Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by bcray, Dec 20, 2006.

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  1. bcray

    bcray Member

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    First off I want to say that I really enjoy this site and spend a lot of time reading posts. Unfortunately with the hours I work I don’t get much time to post anything of my own.
    I just picked up my first surplus rifle (M44 Nagant) and felt the need to celebrate a little bit. Haven’t had the chance to shoot it yet but hopefully will in the next week.:)
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  2. Hoppy590

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    nice. looks real pretty. whered you get it. how much you spend and whos the importer?

    welcome to the world of Mosin Nagants ( MN for short) i myself have a 91/30
     
  3. chestnut ridge

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    You have picked a nice rifle. I have several of those. They kick like a
    Georgia mule. I find a PAST pad worn on the shoulder will make it tolerable.
    Also some of the wolf ammo has 200 grain bullets. 100 rounds is a lifetime
    supply. The light ball is more pleasant to shoot. There is a load called
    short range ammo; it has a 40 grain bullet at 3400 fps. It is sold by
    century international arms for about 10 cents per. I like it for plinking
    around, as it is accurate out to 100 yards and has almost no recoil.
    Most of the surplus ammo is corrosive; just clean the bore properly.
    happy shooting.
     
  4. 10-Ring

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    Welcome to the board! :D Congrats on the new rifle too! :cool:
     
  5. bcray

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    Thanks guys.
    I purchased it from Classic Arms for 100.00.
     
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