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Old 04-10-2008, 4:55 AM
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I have a bit more now as this pic is old.

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Old 04-10-2008, 5:33 AM
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Beautiful collection. The wood on your SKS (farthest on the left) is absolutely GORGEOUS.
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Old 04-10-2008, 5:40 AM
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Awesome. That SKS does look really cool!
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What?!?! No Mauser???

Oh yeah, time to take the Christmas tree down now. lol

And oh yeah, very nice collection! Those two left SKSs and the K31's look beautiful!
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What?!?! No Mauser???
Aren't the 2 on the right considered Mausers? The one on the very right looks like a Yugo M48 "tanker" model?

In any event, it's one great looking collection!!!
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m24/47?
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Yes, I meant Yugo M24/47. Thanks Jaiofspam. My bad!

Actually on closer inspection, it looks more like a Spanish M44 Mauser?
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Nice little collection you have there. Watch it will proabably double by the end of the year. Is that wood grips on your CZ-52?
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Yes it is I got them from makorov.com. Well this pic is probably a year old or more. I do have a bit more now. Here is an updated pic. They are about two years apart.



91/30
m39
m39
m38
91/59
m95
1895 Swiss [bubba]
k31
k31
m1 Garand
no4 mk1 Enfield
m95/31 Hungerian
24/47 yugo
1895 Chialian
yugo 59/66 -set up for wife to shoot
DSA stg-58 CA butchered
Romy ak-47 -set up for wify CA butchered
CZ-52 Wood grips brand escapes me
Chinese tt-33 in 9mm
pa 63
Stag reciever Model 1 sales upper ar-15 CA butchered
Chinese model 56 '1967' sks
Yugo 59/66

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Man thats a nice collection, I wish I had half of those.
You know you still need a K98 and 1903 though
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Nice collection! Can you afford to shoot all those? LOL!
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So far but work is slowing down. I have a few rimfire and cowboy action guns as well. I do not have kids nor will I so this is the money I save on no brats.
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