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South American/Central American/Mexican bolt action Mausers

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Moonclip:
Anyone have or like these guns?  I have been looking for a Mexican Mauser, preferably one from 1910-1920 revolution era.  They tend to be hard to find and beat or sporterized though.  I missed one at $300ish recently >:

I had a 1908 Brazilian rifle in 7x57 but it had some issues so it went bye bye, I like that cartridge a lot. 

I currently have a Brazilian Mauser 08/34 in .30-06, it kicks like a mofo!  Steel buttplate and short barrel. 

Gunaria:

--- Quote from: Moonclip on November 05, 2008, 08:53:20 AM ---Anyone have or like these guns?  I have been looking for a Mexican Mauser, preferably one from 1910-1920 revolution era.  They tend to be hard to find and beat or sporterized though.  I missed one at $300ish recently >:

I had a 1908 Brazilian rifle in 7x57 but it had some issues so it went bye bye, I like that cartridge a lot. 

I currently have a Brazilian Mauser 08/34 in .30-06, it kicks like a mofo!  Steel buttplate and short barrel. 

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Put a limbsaver on it!

Moonclip:
I use slip on recoil pads when I am feeling wimpy. 

AR15barrels:

--- Quote from: Gunaria on November 06, 2008, 09:42:28 PM ---Put a limbsaver on it!

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I'm putting limbsavers on my 700's right now.
They sure don't grind as easy as other pads.
I think I need to freeze it before grinding.

saigon1965:
Saw a beautiful Argentine Mauser at the show today - Saw too many that I wanted -

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