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resistor X
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05 May 2010 - 12:32 PM
Stank :

What were you thinking when this was taken? Just curious.......
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phr34kc0der
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04 May 2010 - 05:41 AM
Awww, you look so happy :biggrin:
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FLW_FTW
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03 May 2010 - 11:40 PM
Twin Peaks is a beautiful view, isn't it?
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The Gibson
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02 May 2010 - 09:21 AM
Haven't seen one of these in a long time. They're becoming extinct.
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DJ T.H.I.
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01 May 2010 - 01:47 PM
its hard out here for a drug dealer.... or a pimp
Is it out yet....?

resistor X
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30 April 2010 - 12:48 AM
Very funny.
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resistor X
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30 April 2010 - 12:41 AM
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dinscurge
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15 April 2010 - 04:01 PM
yeah lol. i hope i get to waste some ammo as well, was suprised when i looked down the bore the riffling had a real tight curve and it looked perfect accept a little dirt the guy missed. o well its probably worth the $150 i got it for.
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ticom
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11 April 2010 - 11:35 PM
Judging from the pictures, it looks like the gunsmith that worked on it did a very nice job, and if you decide to get into collecting historic/antique arms you are off to a good start with that piece. I hope you get an opportunity soon for some range time with it. Mausers are generally pleasant to shoot.
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10nix
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11 April 2010 - 07:06 PM
That is decidedly a mauser. It should have the caliber stamped on the barrel. under the front sight base there would be the markings that would indicate the country of origin, and there should be some sort of import markings somewhere. The stock indicates to me that you have a Persian or Turkish Mauser in 8mm mauser.
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dinscurge
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11 April 2010 - 01:51 AM
well its stamped gew 98 on the reciever + danzig 1916 which would mean was originally a G98. the scope mounts are ordinary weaver rails now, but the bolt is fairly identical to the sniper rifle bolt, as the safety is modified so it doesnt flip all the way over so it wont hit the scope/get in the way of sight and the double bend but obviously could be a civ. remake. the stock is mostly different where the bolt rests and directly behind it as on a regular g98 the stock goes down to the pistol grip faster like the angle is sharper. thx for book reference ill check it out some times.
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ticom
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10 April 2010 - 09:56 PM
Being that Germany did extensively rework and reissue the early Mausers (and the Gewher 98 is one of the earlier Mauser designs) for the second go at Europe, it's possible the receiver started life as Gewher 98. The swept-back bolt however definitely looks civilian, as does the Mannlicher style stock and scope mounts.

If you start getting into this sort of thing, pick up a copy of Mauser Military Rifles of the World, by Ball. It's one of those essential references, and has a lot of Mauser history in it.
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dinscurge
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10 April 2010 - 12:00 AM
hah nopes but kind of close :p. its a 1916 gewher 98 from danzig. but i believe it was a sniper rifle for ww1 as it has the bent bolt handle instead of the straight one, or the 90 degree bend from the 98k. but i dont think it was captured in ww1 though most likely ww2, as it has the regraduated sight from when they got the sbore, which would mean to say that some one paid money to have it rebored/new sight in the 30s, or maybe it was used in wwII, as there wouldnt really be a point to convert an old G98 to modern sbore/put in new sight after wwII as you could just get a 98k, and it has alot of extra factory markings which would say it was worked on atleast once as it has factory markings on either side of the receiver and on the barrel. its still 8x57, which would mean to lean towards it having the sbore as the extra markings and its not 8x56 with the slightly different shaped cartridge, swed, or 7x57, or the 7.62. which of course leads me to believe it was still in german possession in the 30s, as if it was u.s. captured in ww1 it probably wouldnt have been redone with original german parts as with any other countries, and if it was captured and redone it probably would be their cartridge. mostly speculation though. not much of an expert.
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ticom
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09 April 2010 - 02:58 PM
It is a Mauser, and it has been "sporterized", which was common with World War I and II war trophies. Most likely World War II. Without looking at the markings on the top of the receiver, or further examining the rifle, I'd say it would most likely be a WW2 German Mauser that came home with a veteran, who had it converted into a hunting rifle.
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GLobe-I-84IO
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09 April 2010 - 09:22 AM
i see its had a rifle scope in the past, under the first scope mount behind the rear sight there should be some markings of some kind.
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GLobe-I-84IO
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09 April 2010 - 08:57 AM
its a mauser bolt action of some kind i know that. pm me with more pics and ill post them on a firearms forum im a member of.

the top part of the action body behind the rear sight should have markings and stamps, also have a good look over the whole gun and take pics of any markings you find, you may find that that rifle has been in the hands of many armys at diffrent times.

what caliber does she take?
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Phail_Saph
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05 April 2010 - 12:38 AM
Is Scrippie the tranny on the far right?
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Phail_Saph
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05 April 2010 - 12:36 AM
First time you ever touched a girls ass? lolz
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Phail_Saph
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05 April 2010 - 12:35 AM

Did he remember the marriage?

Looks like they relived the plot to Hangover...lolz....
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Seal
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04 April 2010 - 05:30 AM
Did he remember the marriage?
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Phail_Saph
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03 April 2010 - 04:06 PM
That's a wonderful nipple...looks delicious...jealous.
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Phail_Saph
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03 April 2010 - 04:02 PM
Is that a real bride or a Russian bride? Dude looks stoned...lolz
Lysander, Burrows, Type-Oh, Fobic, Overfien and Vulgar Star trek Bar

overfien
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03 April 2010 - 12:39 PM
Fish bowls filled with rum (not run hehe)
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Enmaku
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21 March 2010 - 02:09 PM
When I was about 7 my dad got me a copy of GW-BASIC for our old crappy computer and I swear the book it came with had the exact same cover art. This is awesome and it totally just made my day :)
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tweeks
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03 February 2010 - 12:14 AM
These are some old solaris and sunsparc manuals from my ancient collection. I was unpacking and had these with my books and thought i would post them. The copyright on them is 1988. I used to have two sunsparc 386i workstations that ran solaris. The hardware dies on me about 11 years ago, the manuals were in such good condition that i held onto them.

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