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  1. I discovered years ago that with weedeater string, like most things you get what you pay for ...
  2. They have these really neat things called "maps" now too ...
  3. Welcome. There seemingly aren't all that many of us here from the good end of the state ... Why would you drive to Paducah to get to Union City from there? Hit I-40, get off either at exit 108, Parker's Crossroads and head north on 22, or take the Hwy 45 exit in Jackson to 45W straight into UC ...
  4. There's a guy on ebay who sells one that's supposed to be good for up to 44 magnum, as long as you don't fire steel core ammo into it. Bullet trap
  5. The first 5 rifles aren't 91/30's either, but rather SVT's. However, the Russian PU scope, which was originally mounted on SVT's, has a normal eye relief of about 3". A lot of folks define a standard eye relief as 1.5", making the PU a "longer" eye relief than standard ...
  6. Swiss rifles were certainly well-made, and generally the individuals who were issued these guns maintained them well. However one factor to remember, none of them were ever used in combat, thus the percentage of "nice" rifles is correspondingly higher among Swiss rifles than those of other nations from the same era who were busily involved using their issued rifles to attempt to wipe out their neighbors ...
  7. http://www.highwoodclassicarms.co.uk/Firerms For Sale/0200.htm https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/theswissriflesdotcommessageboard/intereting-22lr-k-31-trainer-on-gunbroker-t6615.html https://forums.gunboards.com/showthread.php?147022-K31-22lr Plus in the FAQ section of swissrifles.com there's a mention of a couple of companies that did caliber conversions to older Swiss rifles. From what I can find in a cursory search, all of these rifles were made for either sporting use or for target competitions, the Swiss apparently never used a .22 trainer. Despite that, these rifles are commonly called "trainers" in various places around the net ...
  8. Ann Margaret, "The Train Robbers", 1973. WAG on the gun, I agree with Colt SAA ...
  9. Southwestern Shooters Supply was one of Interarms main retail distributors during the late 50's through the 60's and the GCA. Sam Cummings started providing a lot of his WWII surplus to them during the 50's, and continued to use them as his primary west coast distributor for many years. IIRC, Interarms eventually bought their operation out, effectively converting Southwestern into one of its own retail outlets ...
  10. But it damn sure beats the alternative ...

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