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MrBrian

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About MrBrian

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  • Birthday 07/22/1986

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  • Carry Weapon #1
    Glock 26
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    Glock 19
  1. Finally acquired a WWII Springfreld M1 Garand. Serial number says it's from May 1942 that was rebuilt in 1947. She's greased up and ready to go to the range. I want to get some accessories for it, like a cleaning kit, bayonet, ammo pouch, but I'm trying to not spend more money right now! Hope you enjoy h
  2. Will you be shooting paper targets, or 4 legged creatures?
  3. For me, the 6.5 Swede would be nice cause I've already got a 96 Mauser and a Ljungman, and I reload for those already. So not having to reload yet another caliber would be great. Sadly, I haven't had either of my guns out to distance yet, and can't say what kind of groups I'm getting on paper. But from what I've read, the 6.5 Swedish should make a good contender at distance for an average marksman. The BC of the 6.5mm bullets are great. I also can't say anything about the Howa rifles, but I'm glad that manufacturers are still building rifles for the 6.5 Swedish round.
  4. I didn't have the $1700, nor the C&R License back when wideners had guns..... Better late than never
  5. I was one of the lucky few to get one of the K11 carbines from Classic Arms' latest batches. Very pleased that it's not soaked in cosmoline, and that it has all matching numbers, and included the trifecta of accessories (sling, muzzle cap, and troop tag) Too bad the troop tag is not legible, but it does have a number matching the rifle, and the guy was in the army reserves and lived in Burgdorf. This rifle seems to be a conversion from the Cavalry Carbine Model 1905. Based on the fact that it's about 1/8" to 3/16" shorter than my K31. Also, it falls within the serial number range of the converted ones, in the year 1916. It has a "T" after the serial number, which I believe is an inspector stamp, and it has a P below the number with means the soldier kept his rifle. There's also a "35" stamped below the serial number, and the only thing I can come up with for that is if the rifle was refurbished at the factory in 1935.
  6. free

    Would you consider shipping to a C&R licensee?
  7. So, I just printed off a 50% scale for me to practice with at 50 yards, and holy crap! the target is smaller than a quarter at 50 yards..... this will not be easy, but I guess that's why it's called a challenge I just checked, and it's smaller than a nickel at 50 yards
  8. I bought a Primary Arms 4-16x44 scope so I can give this a try with my Ruger American Rimfire.... It's hard to see that far with a 4x Leupold!
  9. I thought about that, but that would kind of be cheating because you don't have the 40 extra yards of wind to account for... I'll probably just do the regular target at 60 yards as practice and then do the real challenge at the range..... Either that or I can shoot from my neighbors yard all the way across mine, we'll see
  10. The sad part is that I only have a 60 yard range behind my house.... so I'll have to wait until I go to the actual shooting range for this one
  11. This will be a good excuse to get my Ruger American Rimfire sighted in..... that'll be a tiny circle at 100 yards
  12. Welcome to Das Luger Club
  13. Enjoy some semi-glamour shots of my Luger.... I tried to show all the imperfections in the finish, along with the identification stamps. Not horrible condition to be 98 years old. http://imgur.com/a/NBfPn
  14. I've been broke ever since I got my C&R

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