Let's see what you have.
This is all that remains of my collection.
Looking to get some more Mausers and maybe one of those new StGs one of these days.
Lost my job, had bills to pay.
Sold my G43, VP9, Glock, P38, DDM4v5, and my S&W Model 10.
I regret not getting one of those Yugo-rebuild Gew.98s; they seem like a neat oddity.
Why'd you sell your proper Gew.98s tho?
recently got the MK23
>tfw now it's my CCW
Sold the WWI gew98 because I wanted the Gew98(m) for WWII reenacting.
The Yugo rearsenaled Gew98s look just like the S/42G type Gew98(m) used by rear line security units during WWII.
Right now I'm mad that my M1s op rod got rusty while reenacting and now has some surface pitting.
Getting bored of posting potatopics so here's an old one.
Not included are two mini 14s, five PSA ARs, a .410 derringer, and a Gen2 Sub2k 9mm glock model..
Don't listen to /k/ about NEVA EVA SELL ANYTIN!
I sell stuff all the time. If you know what you're looking at its incredibly easy to buy cheap and sell for a profit (after having your fun with it and getting bored of it of course)
Indeed. I bought a sporterized all matching K98 for $200, got a new stock for $90, then resold it for $700.
I still have the bubba'd stock. Luckily that was the only thing modified during sporterization.
Anybody else own an Auto Ordnance M911A1? I like mine, just blued the barrel to WW2 spec because it was left in the white, this triggering me.
That rug really ties the collection together.
That's how I got my matching byf k98.
Someone chopped the stock and I picked it up for cheap and slapped a stock on it.
Perfect mirror bore. I've never seen rifling on a k98 as good as this one.
Cleaned the cosmo off and set it on the rack.
Every now and then, I'll pick it up, admire its perfection and set it back down.
The other enfield is the total opposite. Totally wore out barrel, 5 to 10 inch groupings at 100 yards. Pitting on outside of barrel from water getting trapped under the bayonet. Nicks, dents, chips in stock. But, it's a wartime enfield. And the fact that the gun saw so much action to the point that the barrel was shot out is pretty cool.
Going through some of grandpa's things. Came across this, didn't know he had it. The only thing on the receiver says Explorer II. It's has a detachable barrel and it's a .22lr
Who made it?
Don't listen to >>28884127
vz.24 is best
>poor graduate student collection
Hoping I made the cut for a CMP M1 Carbine to add to the collection.
Rate my collection, /k/
I just turned 19 last week and recently added a single stack nine to the family.