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We need some C&R porn

Discussion in 'Curio & Relic Discussion' started by Qaolin, Nov 30, 2014.

  1. Qaolin

    Qaolin 1 A.U. from a G2 near Beaverton Old Army Cook Silver Supporter

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    Have you got some favorites which you would like to share? How about some show and tell?


    Here's my latest acquisition; a CSZ M98/22 purchased from a NWF member. A Turk contract rifle, 8mm Mauser with a 98 action, mostly matching numbers except for the buttplate and bolt. Metal is all in the white except underneath the wood. Bore is in VG condition. I'm looking forward to some range time with her to see how well she patterns.

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  2. trainsktg

    trainsktg Portland OR Well-Known Member

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    This could be interesting. Too late for me to post tonight, but I'll get something going tomorrow.

    How about a little 577/450 action to start?

    Keith
     
  3. jebediah

    jebediah Aloha Active Member

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    Winchester model 74 semi-auto .22LR 1939 - 1955
    I like the heavy stocks and longer barrels. The one with the vintage 3/4" scope is in mint condition its just to bad someone drilled and tapped the receiver. The other one is a little dinged up 25% blue loss, both rifles are great shooters and quite accurate



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  4. sealine

    sealine Oregon Well-Known Member

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    I think this old girl qualifies. :D
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  5. Mephistopheles

    Mephistopheles Lane County, OR Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    View attachment 119116 Here's another .22. Mossberg 51M (b) They were first made in 1939 and discontinued during WWII. 51m-1.JPG 51m-2a.jpg
     
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  6. Qaolin

    Qaolin 1 A.U. from a G2 near Beaverton Old Army Cook Silver Supporter

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    awww. broken link, sealine. I'm loving these pics. sweet guns.
     
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  7. nextgenar

    nextgenar roseburg Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    How about this pattern 1914 from WW 1 :)

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  8. trainsktg

    trainsktg Portland OR Well-Known Member

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    Usually 'C&R' means 'surplus', but I'm digging these old civilian C&Rs :) .

    My Dad has a 100 yr+ old Quackenbush 'Safety Rifle' in .22 LR, L, S. I don't have a picture, but here's a link. His is identical to the bottom one. It is a single shot breechloader. The breech swings to the side, you put the cartridge in, close the breech, pull back the charging handle (one or two clicks...not sure what the design intent of that is :confused:) and shoot.

    http://www.quackenbush.com/hmq/hmq.html


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  9. Mephistopheles

    Mephistopheles Lane County, OR Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    OK, Here is some military C&R. 1953 Polish made M44. Excellent condition. 1928 M1895 Nagant revolver. Scrubbed. Surprisingly accurate shooter. 44-95-1.jpg 44-95-2.jpg 44-95-3.jpg
     
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  10. Spitpatch

    Spitpatch Forest Grove, Oregon Well-Known Member

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    I had one of these once. A buddy had completely "tricked out" his Ruger 10-22, with Volquartsen everything. He knew for certain this was the most accurate .22 Auto on the planet.

    The Mossberg 151M ran circles around it at 50 yards. As I understand it, these guns were training rifles for shooting the Garand. I traded it for a Siamese Mauser in .45-70, a well-done conversion. I still believe I got the better of the deal, but again, sometimes I wonder.
     
  11. corpsman

    corpsman Pierce County, Washington, United States Active Member

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    Garands rule!
     
  12. corpsman

    corpsman Pierce County, Washington, United States Active Member

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    Standard receiver on left, Italian receiver with custom third lug on right. Allows bolt connection between the stock and receiver and takes stress off the trigger group.
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    Allen bolt in place.
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    Italian (Breda) Garand with Danish ordinance markings.
     
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  13. corpsman

    corpsman Pierce County, Washington, United States Active Member

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    1957 Colt Huntsman, handmade grips, purchased new by my grandfather.
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    corpsman Pierce County, Washington, United States Active Member

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    1947 Remington 513S, bought new by my father.
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    corpsman Pierce County, Washington, United States Active Member

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    Ishapore (India) 1964 Short Magazine Lee Enfield, factory chambered in 7.62NATO.
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  16. jebediah

    jebediah Aloha Active Member

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    I purchased this Yugo SKS 59/66 from J&G sales back in 02, unissued condition for $129.99. One of my first C&R purchases. The SVD Fiber Force stock has poor ergonomics and I will never use it, I only bought it because it was cheap. Lets keep this thread going. :) DSCI2151.JPG DSCI2155.JPG DSCI2171.JPG DSCI2170.JPG

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    corpsman Pierce County, Washington, United States Active Member

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    1940 Springfield M1
     
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    corpsman Pierce County, Washington, United States Active Member

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    SKS-M. Takes AK mags.
     
  19. Throckmorton

    Throckmorton Florence,Ore ah gone Well-Known Member

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    Colt small frame Lightning. .22 short and long. about 1897 mfgr. date. the Lightnings were made in 3 frame sized,in every caliber imaginable 'back in the day', even the mighty 50-90 as I recall.

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  20. corpsman

    corpsman Pierce County, Washington, United States Active Member

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    Finn M39 Mosin Nagant. Custom bent bolt, Huber trigger, American made Soviet PE style scope mount with 1" rings.

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