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Lets talk about husqvarna

Discussion in 'Rifle Discussion' started by BullsBucksandBoars, Jan 8, 2013.

  1. BullsBucksandBoars

    BullsBucksandBoars The right place at the right time, OR Active Member

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    I'm trying to figure out a little bit more about my rifle. Its my "go to" gun and have more faith in it than all the others combined. I've got a old big ring Mauser action sporter in '06. It's been in the family for years. It's been handed down from my Papa to dad to me but nobody knew much about them other than they're a damn fine rifle, and anything you shoot at with it dies.

    If anyone has some info or links to and about manufacture dates and any other general information I would appreciate it

    No it's not for sale lol :)

    Thanks,

    Will
     
  2. Capn Jack

    Capn Jack Wet-Stern Washington Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    I bought a light weight 30-06 barreled action in '58 at the Spangdahlem R&G club in Germany. Had a stock built for me and had a 6x42 Hensold on quick detachable Jaeger mounts installed. I picked up range brass and loaded my own with a Lyman "Nut cracker" until I sold it in '73 to a fellow in WA. He had it for about a year until someone robbed his house in Lynnwood. Stupid! They took the rifle and left the scope, hanging right alongside of it. The only thing that would have made that rifle usable was I also had a "flip-up" double leaf express rear sight installed. I used to call that rifle my "Death Ray" because it never missed and they were DRT.

    Jack...:cool:
     
  3. mac9990

    mac9990 Salem, Oregon Member

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    I've got a Husky 30.06 I bought in 2011 from the 12th St Gun Shop. Bolt is like oiled glass. It has a Weaver K2 3x9x40 scope on it.