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My Growing Collection -It's been a busy couple of weeks.

Discussion in 'Military Surplus' started by jbrentd, Nov 23, 2015.

  1. jbrentd

    jbrentd Sharpshooter

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    It's not much compared to many of the collections out there, but it's mine and I just wanted to share.

    My first long gun was a 91/30 I bought a few years back. I've since traded that gun, regretted it and decided I wanted to start collecting a few of the variants out there.

    The M39 was a birthday gift from my wife. The T53 was from SOG last year and too good of a price to pass up. Those are the only ones I had for a while, up until last week. It seems I've been in the right place/right time lately. Picked up the 91/59 on another forum. The 91/30 and M44 came from fellow OSA members . And the WZ-48 is from gun broker.

    It seems my bank account needs me to slow down. And my safe is full. It's not gonna help that I just submitted my application for a C&R license a couple weeks ago. I'm currently in the process of converting an underutilized walk-in closet into a gun cleat for safe over flow, ammo and hunting gear. So, any BTDTs on that topic would be appreciated.

    Not sure what I'll get in the future, but an M38 and more Finnish variants sound good to me.

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    HHHMMMM!!!! Tokarov, Nagant revolver, VZ-24, Walther P-38/P-1, PP, PPK. SMLE, Webley-Scott/Enfield revolver, Colt 1903, FN1910/1922, Arisaka 7.7Jap, Nambu, and the list goes on, and on!!!!!!!!!

    By the way you asked!!
     
  3. jbrentd

    jbrentd Sharpshooter

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    Yes I did. I do have a couple of Nagants and SKSs that are not pictured.

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    Don't forget to add an SVT-40 to the list. it's a must for any Russian collector :wink2:
     
  5. jbrentd

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    Would be awesome, but probably way out of my league. I'm amazed at how much the prices have jumped in just a few years.
     
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    Here are a couple of my latest additions.

    1943 Mosin Nagant PU Sniper. My first purchase with my newly acquired C&R license.

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    1944 Mossberg Model 44US

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    Nice. Love the Mossy.
     
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    Put a 91/38 on your list. You'll be glad you did, assuming you ever find one.
     
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    Thanks

    Would love one, but have never seen one in person.
     
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    Or even a 91/59. Best shooter I've ever had.
     

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