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    Nice day at the range... 1940 Swiss K31

    The ole gal did well


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    A K-31 was on my bucket list as all of the ones the guys use at the club excel with accuracy and have a faster cycle time than the Lee Enfields but they have gone through the roof price wise of late.

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    I find them for 300-500€ here.
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    Edelweiss Arms has nice 1911 carbines for $400-$600.

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    $600+ in US these days. I picked up a 1911 for $400 a few months ago. Cabelas wants over $600 for theirs.

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    I thought about getting a K11, but I already have a very nice setup in my K31icon and anyway, I really want a Swedishicon M38 next. I’m starting a Neutral Arms of WWII theme

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    I have yet to get my K-31 to shoot well. I do have hope.

    I have hope, I have a 308 Savage action with an XC custom barrel I finally found a bullet/powder it not just like but really likes down to 1/4 inch groups. I would guess I have 2000 round through it and it was heading for a plant stake.

    note: I am not impressed with XC and I am sure not impressed with Apache who uses a lot of those barrels. The problem with a dual sourced barrel is you don't know if its the chambering /threading or the barrel itself.


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