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    Yes, I tend is experiment a little with original...

    Yes, I tend is experiment a little with original rnds but normally as you say they are a trifle past there best.
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    I appreciate they where factory built as sniper...

    I appreciate they where factory built as sniper rifles. I am interested in in the steps taken by the factory armours steps to accurize them (over and above the use of low tolerance parts, I.e. the...
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    I have a travel kettle that works of the car...

    I have a travel kettle that works of the car lighter socket. Just throw some boing water down it at the range then more at home, happy days.
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    I haven’t seen them pop up in the UK too much...

    I haven’t seen them pop up in the UK too much sadly. I will have to look harderz additionally my licence only allows of 250rnds of 7.62x54r for now so that might limit by options.
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    The ability to shoot them….

    The ability to shoot them….
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    Thanks for the reference, I will check it out. I...

    Thanks for the reference, I will check it out. I was specifically after info on non explosive/incendiary rounds.
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    7.62x54r WII sniper ammo

    Hi all,

    Is there a good source for sniper ball ammo specification during WWII. I can find a few references to heavy and light ammo, as well as a fair amount on exploding and incendiary. I am keen...
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    Thanks it is a useful threat but not quite the...

    Thanks it is a useful threat but not quite the “this was the soviet armorers doctrine for sniper builds during WWII” I am looking for, maybe it doesn’t exist.
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    Thanks, not sure how I did not find that!

    Thanks, not sure how I did not find that!
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    Soviet Mosin sniper builds

    Hi all,

    I am after a direct transaction to English of a primary source detailing what procedures where followed to acuratise a 91/30 during WWII. I have no idea of such a primary source exists. I...
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    I’ve just put an order in for a couple so my...

    I’ve just put an order in for a couple so my L13A1 and it’s commercial 6x42 friend can have homes of there own at last.
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    Very pleased to say, it’s mine. The cope while in...

    Very pleased to say, it’s mine. The cope while in need of an internal clean isn’t bad. And upon first shooting it puts holes in cardboard in a sub 2 MOA group off hand.

    Would any one know someone...
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    Cheers for the information, sorry for being very...

    Cheers for the information, sorry for being very slow in responding. I mislayed my phone which in turn held the password.

    I had no idea re the sharing practice, and just assumed it as a full...
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    K98 cleaning rod

    I have a probably extremely stupid question.

    I took delivery of my first ever Mauser rifle today, it is infact the first ever one I have even handled.

    An initial surprise was to unscrew and...
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    Should it have a foresight protector? The block...

    Should it have a foresight protector? The block doesn’t seem to have a groove for one.
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    I presume that bracket is a reproduction, I...

    I presume that bracket is a reproduction, I presume some repros are better than others, is there a good way of identifying one from tother?
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    Cheers for the book recommendations I will see...

    Cheers for the book recommendations I will see what I can acquire.

    I was assuming RC given the elector pencil. Given the bolt.is miss matched what sort of accuracy expectations would be...
  18. Does any one print these?

    Does any one print these?
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    First Mauser

    Hi all,

    I put in a rather speculative bid at auction and appear to have acquired this. It isn't a real WWII sniper and wasn't sold as such. I am here to beg two favours, first what is a good...
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    Warren is great to spares as well. I now service...

    Warren is great to spares as well. I now service my own but he has supplied me with lenses, which where extremely useful!
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    Cheers, I will probably roll the dice. I found an...

    Cheers, I will probably roll the dice. I found an old thread discussing the same rifle, and have had a few more photos. Seller believes it is a real sniper rifle, are kitted with a real scope and...
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    My found thus thread interesting, it has some...

    My found thus thread interesting, it has some better photos and some discussion. https://www.warrelics.eu/forum/world-firearms/mosin-nagant-sniper-284349/
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    So based on the photos, would I be fair to say...

    So based on the photos, would I be fair to say the rifle probably was an actual PU sniper, with a nasty refinish. Still, the scope is a post-war Ukrainian reproduction built in a factory that made...
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    Thanks very much!

    Thanks very much!
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    The only markings I can make out on the scope are...

    The only markings I can make out on the scope are square with diagonals corner to corner, 53r N25704. My feeling is if it is genuine bits I'm keen, but if they are repro I would at least like to know...
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