Originally Posted by SKSer45
no. Some rifles have achieved a level of greatness that they are not to be shot. Yes even though they were designed to be shot,the Gods of War have granted them immortality and should forever be preserved. Considering that is an all matching Romy SKS that has never seen a second of combat, survived all these years of being locked away and only been shot a few times during it's test fired procedures...she deserves to live in peace.
Vegas you would be the guys to shoot An East German or Non-refurb 1949 SKS hu?
I want to get a North Korean SKS, put a spam can of corrosive ammo through it, and then immediately store it on my boat for a year.