Discussion in 'On Topic' started by RebootEnzo, Oct 4, 2008.
130.00 for the one with sniper holes...
Everyone got one by now?
Fixed focal length lens maybe
To get a better shot..
I got it from
We have bought 4 rifles from them this week.
Pretty big collection of stuff there. I bought a couple guns there.
Where in Ocala do you live RebootEnzo?
I live in Gainesville but go down to the Ocala shooting range all the time.
Yeah their website sucks but they have a ton of stuff in the shop. So far its the best gun shop in 100 miles I have found. Prices are fair and comparable to what you can buy online. They know what they are talking about are not rednecks and not uptight about guns.
Nagant crew signing in. I have the carbine version myself.
x54r I assume?
Yeah just bought 900 rounds of the yellow tip ammo.
Its good stuff, I have a case of it and the Polish. Haven't opened my Polish can yet. Might want to look into a muzzle brake for it, its a little rough on the shoulder if you want to have a long session with it.
nothing really, just a different machining. IIRC though, all hex rifles were pre war which means the build quality is going to be better.
Hex receivers are older rifles, presumably made with better metal and quality. The Russians changed to a round receiver to cut costs and increase production.
We all are in FL.
Mosin crew! I've got one, I shoot better with it than almost any other open-sighted gun I own. It hits POA up to 400 yards for me.
Anyone put a scope on one of these?
You have nice feet
Just kidding. Nice rifle!
My local gun store wants $175 for a hex 91/30...I almost slapped him
They can be worth that, but rarely:
Finn-captures w/ Finn stocks, Ministry of Interior stamps, etc.
I doubt he has any idea about any of this since he didn't mention anything except that it had a hex receiver