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Re: The Great Firearms-Thread
« Reply #15 on: 23-08-2012, 22:08:26 »
I wouldn't fit it with a scope.  That'll detract from the value of a historical rifle....
these are diffrent mountings mudra. i saw them at the gunstore. The moving part of the rear sight gets removed and the mounting goes in place. it is a specially designed mounting that doesnt require any drilling nor "destroying" the historical value of the rifle

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Re: The Great Firearms-Thread
« Reply #16 on: 23-08-2012, 22:08:55 »
Mkay, I hope so.

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« Reply #17 on: 23-08-2012, 22:08:41 »
Mkay, I hope so.
They are new and only avaible to a handfull of guns tough.

but i feel exactly like you on that level

one does not mount a scope on a surplus bolt action rifle. not even a common one like amosin nagant or schmidt rubin

only these rear sight scope mountings gets my approval. i saw them at the gunstore, really nifty inventions that keeps everything intact
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Re: The Great Firearms-Thread
« Reply #19 on: 23-08-2012, 22:08:08 »
grrr. guinness

you are taking one that requires drilling

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« Reply #20 on: 23-08-2012, 22:08:39 »
grrr. guinness

you are taking one that requires drilling

http://www.theboxotruth.com/docs/edu37.htm

here you go that's what im looking for. "The mount has an ingenious single-point clamp-on mounting system, that does not mark the rifle in any way."

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« Reply #21 on: 24-08-2012, 04:08:10 »
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Re: The Great Firearms-Thread
« Reply #22 on: 26-08-2012, 22:08:05 »
Sadly, this weekend two children have died due accidental weapon discharges.

Apparently an 8 year old and a 5 year old were playing with a .22LR rifle when it went off, hitting the younger kid through his head. The police are looking into how the weapon got into the hands of these kids, and how securely it was storaged.

In another case, twelve hours later,  an 11 year old kid was apparently checking fishnets with his (grand?)father and they took a shotgun and a .22LR rifle with them in case they came across some ducks (duck, bear and dove hunting is on in finland right now, and from September 1st till end of February rabbit season). Apparently yhe kid had fired off a few shots, then put the rifle on the bow of the boat. Then when he was leaving or entering the boat he bumped it and it went off, hitting him into his torso, he was died in a hospital.

Thoughts on these incidents? I think that it shows how important it is to teach safe firearm usage and why weapons should be kept out of reach and secured behind a lock and a key.
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Re: The Great Firearms-Thread
« Reply #23 on: 26-08-2012, 22:08:24 »
I keep all my guns UNloaded in a safe and the ammo at another place.

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Re: The Great Firearms-Thread
« Reply #24 on: 26-08-2012, 22:08:09 »
grrr. guinness

you are taking one that requires drilling

http://www.theboxotruth.com/docs/edu37.htm

here you go that's what im looking for. "The mount has an ingenious single-point clamp-on mounting system, that does not mark the rifle in any way."
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Firearm safety is so dam important. But so many still die because of the lack of safety
First of all, i would keep anyone under 18 years off firearms......
Second. Consider every weapon you see as "Armed"
third. Always check the rifle if it is armed
Fourth. Are you not using it? remove the bullets, and put it on safety


Storing the rifle? UNLOADED and keep ammo seperated. If it is a bolt action rifle, open the bolt to show everyone that it is unloaded.

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« Reply #25 on: 26-08-2012, 23:08:18 »
First of all, i would keep anyone under 18 years off firearms......
Nope, If you own guns, keeping them off your children is the worst thing you can do. Because sooner or later they will get to them (safes, locks and walls are no obstacle to a child). I'm not saying give guns to them, but teaching them basic gun safety etc.? sure.

About the accident, typical parental stupidity, this time with guns, nothing special.
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Re: The Great Firearms-Thread
« Reply #26 on: 27-08-2012, 01:08:58 »
First of all, i would keep anyone under 18 years off firearms......
Nope, If you own guns, keeping them off your children is the worst thing you can do. Because sooner or later they will get to them (safes, locks and walls are no obstacle to a child). I'm not saying give guns to them, but teaching them basic gun safety etc.? sure.

About the accident, typical parental stupidity, this time with guns, nothing special.

I plan on training my kids when they are old enough (10 or so) at a gun range.  It is better to show them and train them how to be safe, then to have the mysterious locked box full of guns, just waiting to be broken into and played with.  Far better to remove any allure.

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Re: The Great Firearms-Thread
« Reply #27 on: 27-08-2012, 21:08:37 »


my DREAM RIFLE! saw it at the gunstore today. 1944. Very early serial number. NO refurbishment postwar! You can see that this rifle was used in ww2 but it is still in a great shootable condition!


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Re: The Great Firearms-Thread
« Reply #28 on: 27-08-2012, 22:08:33 »
Aah, did you find anything else there that was nice for me? I should visit that shop again.

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« Reply #29 on: 27-08-2012, 22:08:48 »
Aah, did you find anything else there that was nice for me? I should visit that shop again.
Not really got a chance to take a proper look. but i'll do so this week

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