Let's see some weird guns that are not seen often on /k//not available in America.
Let's start off with one of my favorites, the Winchester M1895 Russian, the classic lever action M1895 chambered for the spitzer Russian 7.62x54R in a 5 round internal box magazine!
This is an m94 carbine. Only 20,000 in the United states.
Something more modern but still obscure (THANKS CLINTON)
The Type 63 was a failed attempt by the Chinese to replace the SKS, it had the worst aspects of a long rifle and the worst aspects of a semi-automatic rifle in one!
>A really long automatic rifle in 7.62x39mm but still uncontrollable in automatic fire
Well, could be a huge portion of most of my WWII rifle collection, but I post on /k/ all the time, so...
While I agree some milsurp rifles are very much alike some specific types and variants are super obscure and rare. How about contributing yourself there home skillet?
This is a fairly plain one I found I'm working on restoring but most have never heard of it.
I have an old riverside arms 520 from the 1920's that some guy drilled for a scope back when scopes were four hole mounts. The whom gun is worn and major parts need to be replaced. I'm having the holes plugged and having it cerakoted because she is better off being repurposed than being a wallhanger.
I have to contriboot with some OC of a Winchester M95 Russian. Love the rifle.
>TFW your LGS has 7 Win 1895s
>They are all in 30-40 Krag
>Rifles you are glad that they're obscure and that it's great that you can't have
>Winchester 1895 Russian
Pick one, idiot.
It's one of the most sought after russian surplus guns in existence, for fucks sake.
Designated shooting streets.
This one is 5.56×30mm
Does anyone know if any of these are still around? In what numbers?
Best TKB is 517. It's a delayed blowback 7.62x39 with better accuracy than ak.
Ugh yikes, why put a scope on an unrifled cylinder bore?
I just like the design, so I figure I'd make it a working wall hanger. You can get pretty much everything on numrich for it except I think complete bolts or action bar assembly. Most of my internals are good but someone slam fired the crap out of it and tore up the slide.
>BUT GUISE THEY DONT MAKE EM NO MORE :^)
They do make lovely takedown rifles in other calibers too.
Oh come on. It was developed in 1957. Of course it's a bit dated. But I just want a lever delayed rifle. Too bad there are none on the market.
This is making me want one to go with bolt-nugget
>Love the rifle.
How does it handle modern ammo? Can you stuff pointy 54r into the mag tube or do they tend to get frisky with eachother's primers in there?
THEY DONT MAKE THE RUSSIAN ONE THO
SUPER DUPER OBCSURE FRIENDO :^)
>How does it handle modern ammo? Can you stuff pointy 54r into the mag tube or do they tend to get frisky with eachother's primers in there?
There aint no magtube, genius.
It's in the mag below the action in front of the lever.
If we're talking about obscure russian guns then Fedorov is one of the best. It barely worked and was mechanically complex like a fucking watch.
Fuck, your retarded. Notice the fucking box magazine. This thing is the same fucking age as the nugget, so obviously it can handle normal 7.62x54R. Not all leverguns are black powder cowboy guns from the mid nineteenth century with tube mags.
I see another anon already answered you regarding the ammo containing. But it handles modern ammunition just fine, regardless of the type, soft point, spitz point, or even blanks.
How many weapons does /k/ recognise as being a nugget?
>standard long nugget
>short nugget (m44)
>hand nugget (obrez)
>pocket nugget (nagant revolver)
>lever nugget (m1895 in 7.62x54r)
Do the DP28 and PKM count as autonuggets?
The Sjögren Inertia-recoil operated shotgun. The second semi-automatic shotgun on the market, and very strange.
Complex, weird, and quite difficult to describe mechanically.
Sure it isn't, but there's far less variance in bolt action rifles nowadays than there was before world war 2. It's ridiculous to claim that milsurp rifles are all the same and not modern rifles, as there are far more similarities between modern rifles.
Does that guy think everything is a 98 Mauser or something?
I never noticed how awkward that foregrip looks, it's way too close to the mag release.
I dunno if I'd call the Fedorov obscure anymore, by the way. A few years ago, sure, but nowadays everybody and their mom seems to know it as the "first assault rifle."
No. The Luxembourg Model 1900 Mauser is, though.
I first read about these guns when I was reading a 1965 Gun Digest as a kid. You have no idea how happy I was when Ian did this video.
None of them are [SA] marked (don't know of any Arisakas that are), but I currently own two Civil Guard Type 30's. Here's my latest.
Ah, a friend of mine has one as well. We're French, no idea how many there are here but probably not a lot.
Everything about this gun is sexy, as if Swedish mausers weren't sexy enough already.
He also has this. The m''raky belongs to him as well.
Now this is quite obscure, litterally a once in a lifetime find.
>banned 7.62x54R spam cans
Mexican cop with an HK32 chambered in 7.62x39mm.
oh sorry i thought you were talking about a straight 7.62x54r ban and i paniced for a moment also is it just me or is anyone else having trouble finding 54r surplus cans nowadays i have tried ammo seek but cant seem to find anything
Mosins and Mosin ammo are not being imported much right now due to the Ukrainian crisis.
So far the only ones that have came in are the Finnish ones that Classic got in.
they will be back, just wait.
>There will never be a reproduction of Korobov's bakelite monstrosity
Hello, photo anon here, to give helpful advice! It seems like when the photo was taken, the camera had less than optimal lighting! This causes the camera to (probably) jack up the ISO which causes the ugly grain seen in this photo.
To cure this problem, simply take the photo with more light, preferably off camera, such as the sun, or a large amount of indoor lighting. Have a good day!
I got one of these recently, dunno if it counts as super obscure but it's a weird workaround gun.
I'm thinking of buying the 28" synthetic and swapping the barrels, then using the walnut as a dedicated skeet gun
A list of my rarer guns:
FN Model 1950 Belgian Navy Mauser
Jordanian S&W 10
Sig 510 (Check sent out, haven't received)
Sig 550 (Check sent out, haven't received)
Pic owner here. Thanks for the info, bro. When i took the pic, i used my shitty lumia's 5mpix camera, so that explains the poor quality. I might retake photos of my arsenal some time with this new 20mpix cam.
I didn't buy it. It's my dad's, although i have secondary license for it. I have no idea how much my granddad initially paid for the rifle to the war vet, but i guess it was enough. Nowadays the gun is valued at roughly 2500€ as it is.
Correct. Finnish Army introduced "SA in a box" property marking year 1942, but had transferred practically all Japanese rifles in Finnish use to Civil Guard already in year 1919. Hence these rifles have no SA marking, but the ones that were in Finland have quite commonly early Civil Guard district numbers marked in their rifle stocks.
With a shoulder stock from the L1A1A SLR what is not to like?