[QUOTE=SGT shag]is there such a thing as a brittish luger? yes there is it is a german made gun that was captured by the british and had the nazi proof marks removed and replaced with british proof marks (the russians did the same things with k98's)
provdathe sks is not full auto none are there not meant to be full auto and they are gifts from bithdays or christmas and yes a sks is a reliable rifle and very easy to operate and handle the kind you want to get is a yugoslavian m59/66 in a good to excellent the price range is $120 to $200 and they are cheap to shoot;)
A teacher of mine said he got a Chinese one for $99 bucks but i hear the quality on those is a bit hit or miss.
yes so is the yugo in a crappy condition thats why you should get one in a really good condition I have a romanian m59 sks with a chinese stock (should have pictures soon) The sks is also upgradable you can remove the standard 10 round mag and replace it with a 20 30 or 40 detatchable mag i have upgraded mine but keep the parts
thats why you should get one in a really good condition I have a romanian m59 sks with a chinese stock (should have pictures soon)
The sks is also upgradable you can remove the standard 10 round mag and replace it with a 20 30 or 40 detatchable mag i have upgraded mine but keep the parts
Hmm I own alot of guns mostly rifles. The Military grade firearms I own, M1 Garand, Mod:98 German Mauser "K98", Remington manufactured Springfield 03a3, Mod: 96 Swedish Mauser "K96", 3 Original Colt .45s, the rest are rifles that most of yuns would find "boring".
Shooting my M1 600yards:
does anyone know of any good mod/addons for th maruni ak47?
mm i liked mt M16 from basic Mr. Blast-e!!
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17th June 2003
I have a .22, and two .243, one is bolt action the other is semi automatic. My dad has a few handguns, mostly ones he collected while in Vietnam. He also owns some WWI-era firearms but they are currently at his sister's house.
'44 M1 Garand, '43 Mosin-Nagant 1891/30 with a round receiver and made in Izhevsk, and a new SA Colt 1911, G.I. Model.