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Old 05-30-2007, 9:36 AM
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Talking Girls with (C&R) Guns

How about a "Girls with Guns" thread just for the C&R forum?

I'll start it off with one of the ever popular Israel Defense Forces girls...



I wonder if that K98 had been converted to 7.62NATO yet?
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With the old style photo and the K98 I would have thought it was one of the Hitler Youth (Brown Shirts) pre WWII.
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It's an interesting k98... didn't those have a straight bolt handle when they left the factory? unless they are a converted sniper....
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I love redheaded Israeli women I wonder when this photo was taken.
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Wow-a Stg44....too bad she probably doesn't have any idea how valuable that thing is......
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what the heck is that thing behind the girl with teh stg44? it looks like it has a full length barrel shroud with saw marks on the top?

anyone?
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... or that her finger is on the trigger.

There are also a couple of Hakims in the background. Interesting picture.
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MP44, Hakim, K98, M-14, mas 49/56, carcano, vz 52...

I'd hate to be supplying that group with ammo.
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I love redheaded Israeli women I wonder when this photo was taken.
The photo is from an old post card. If I recall correctly, it was from the early 1960's.
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figure it's a good thing as long as the guns are c&r and not the girls.
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This Girls and Guns Thread is way better than that other one
Minus that last photo of course......that just isn't right

I don't think any amount of Tung Oil is gonna make that look any better
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Wow-a Stg44....too bad she probably doesn't have any idea how valuable that thing is......
i dont think they would have any ammo to feed it anyways



ammo STANDARDIZATION anyone? they look like they went through some calgunner's safe and took one of everything using a diff caliber
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this thread was great (esp the vietnam war pics, i think i know the photographer personally... he is the father of a friend of mine . nick huynh i blieve is the name) until tankerman had to do THAT!

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talk about ballistic gelatin!
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that is just uncalled for and wrong
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i dont think they would have any ammo to feed it anyways
Apparently it's not that hard with a reloading setup to convert 8mm x 57 rounds to work. I've heard of several guys that do this.
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What are the chances of seeing something like this at a Los Angeles high school these days?



Can anybody identify this target rifle?
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I couldn't believe it when I saw that stg-44!!

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Can anybody identify this target rifle?
Looks like a 1903 to me! haha
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Can anybody identify this target rifle?

The girl holding the rifle kind of looks like Natalie Wood when she was younger - it's not, but when I first looked at it I thought this may have been an "off the set/behind the scenes" photo-op from "Rebel Without a Cause".

As far as the rifle goes, from looks of the front sight, the thin butt-stock and finger grooves in the "sporterized" stock, I would say it's either a sporterized 1898 Krag or possibly, because of the large receiver ring, a sporterized Mauser M98?

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Jeeze, I thought it was Natalie Woods too...as for the gun, that is 1903 front sight, a krag sporterized stock and no 1903 magazine/single fire groove on the stock..Lack of rear sight after the ring. Mauser, Springfield, Krag is out of the question. The lay of the 1917 leather sling denotes a .22 cal training rifle. Closing her left eye is a faux paux. My dad trained with a 22 cal in high school ROTC in 1938-40....Maybe this is that gun. My guess is its a Krag 1898 .22 cal training rifle. 840 manufactured between 1906 and 1908 (source 1998 standard catalog of firearms.) There is a discrepancy about weather the training rifle was a carbine or full rifle.

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The girl holding the rifle kind of looks like Natalie Wood when she was younger - it's not, but when I first looked at it I thought this may have been an "off the set/behind the scenes" photo-op from "Rebel Without a Cause".

As far as the rifle goes, from looks of the front sight, the thin butt-stock and finger grooves in the "sporterized" stock, I would say it's either a sporterized 1898 Krag or possibly, because of the large receiver ring, a sporterized Mauser M98?

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that is just uncalled for and wrong
Don't you have better things to do? Like hangin' out with your neighbor.
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Can anybody identify this target rifle?
I'm guessing a Win 52B.
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A firearm in a high school being fired by a student?! WTF?! In the US?! What?! Hehe my mom used to shoot on her high schools rifle team in North Carolina.

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...proper trigger finger discipline makes me hot!



Is that a Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless?
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It kinda looks like a pocket hammerless... but that girl must be itsy bitsy if it is
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I'm guessing a Win 52B.
It is a Springfield M1922 and probably a MkII.
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Is that a Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless?
How about a Colt 1903 pocket auto .38 automatic?
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There's a pretty large caliber rifle in the background!

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MP44, Hakim, K98, M-14, mas 49/56, carcano, vz 52...

I'd hate to be supplying that group with ammo.
Good eye picking out the VZ-52. It took me a few seconds to find it, I really had to look for it.
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I think these gals are just swell. Didn't someone once say that happieness is a belt fed weapon?

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