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112423 No. 112423 ID: 037fbb
hi what's up
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>> No. 112424 ID: a23e71
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>> No. 112439 ID: 738b31
lots of MAGA shills shitting up the place like howler monkies.
Admins don't seem to be around much anymore so this shit isn't staying in /dmz/ or /t/ where it belongs

hows the water in the /k/iddy pool?
>> No. 112670 ID: 2345c1
Howler monkey shit has turned water brown, smells bad man. but, Content regens quick, I would love to see a video of one of those mosin nagant kids shooting it for the first time, thinking they would not shill it then.
>> No. 112672 ID: 738b31
moist nugget still the gateway drug of choice? i heard they were up to $300 ~$400 a rifle and lost much of their appeal.
>> No. 112681 ID: 20f3d2
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Jesus... in the early '90s, people were selling M44 carbines for $25 a piece when you bought them by the crate and 880 rounds of pristine 7.62x54R for pocket change.

Trick to buying war surplus was going big. Haggle for an SVT-40 or Romanian PSL, a half dozen spam cans of ammo and throw in a good condition Mosin-Nagant 1891 for giggles.

Glad I bought all that ammo back then, because I can hardly find fodder remotely like that anymore.
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Anyone ever buy that Russian 7.62x54r ammo can pillow?
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>> No. 112684 ID: 2345c1
among the true believers mosin and sks forever. I will never sell mine, hard to buy now, Prices are crazy, normies have discovered milsup. I like the mosin 91/59's.

Most the kids are on the AR kick now, starter 400-500 price range, PSA, and M&P sport2.
>> No. 112685 ID: 738b31
wish i had an sks. found out a family member sold one for like $200 shortly before i visited him. would have bought it off him in a heart beat had i known.
>> No. 112686 ID: e56201
It amazes me that people still think buying a mosin and mounting a scope or changing the stock etc. is a good way to go for a hunting rifle or target shooting. I've tried to talk them out of it but they just don't get it. It's not a good deal for $300 unless you just want it for the history.
>> No. 112748 ID: 398cd5
$300?1 I bought my polish m-44 for maybe half that.
>> No. 112749 ID: fe0cf7
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The really sweet, mint-condition, blonde stock Polish M44 carbines are expensive.
WarPlanRed has one: http://www.operatorchan.org/k/src/149929334766.jpg
I have seen these go for $1300, like this one: https://www.gunbroker.com/item/791594918
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Another Polish blonde stock M44 Mosin-Nagant, made in 1952.
Not in the happier year of 1953, the year Stalin died, as with WarPlanRed's Polish M44.
>> No. 112751 ID: fe0cf7
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Although there are really good examples of M44 Mosin-Nagants that can be found, but the majority of these carbines are mediocre examples of WW2 rifles. The clunky operation and terrible safety of the Mosin-Nagant can leave a lot to be desired, compared to WW2 Mausers, Springfields and Enfields, as far as I have seen.

Anyone know of good deals on 7.62x54r ammo?
Those 55-pound crates of 880 rounds of nugget fodder in two spam cans were so cheap and plentiful in the early '90s...
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