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    I thought that was the way it's supposed to go
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
    I thought that was the way it's supposed to go
    Absolutely! What brand of ammo you guys shooting? Im gonna go buy some stock

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    Whatever cheap crap I can find
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    7.62x54R mosin surplus ammo should work at 4 bucks for 20 rounds

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    No wonder why it takes you so many shots, try Hornady. Its accurate, deadly, dependable. Says so on the box! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcusvdk View Post
    7.62x54R mosin surplus ammo should work at 4 bucks for 20 rounds
    Do you have one of those?

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    I rarely miss a dog on the first shot even with crap ammo. I do really want to try the hornady
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    Quote Originally Posted by Musket Man View Post
    Do you have one of those?
    Yes I do they are pretty cool guns mine is a 1943 so it was made during the height of world war 2. Got a pretty good deal on it Classic Firearms out of North Carolina is running a grade B version for $99 dollars. only issues with them is that the stocks have some dings and scratches on them.

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    55 gr Hornady v-max behind the shoulder just flattered this yote! never even kicked! It was awesome!! I used to shoot remington varmets but they are a hornady v-max that rem loads and cost $2 or 3 more a box so switched to Hornady. I practice with 55gr hornady soft points because they are cheaper and the ballistics are identical.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcusvdk View Post
    Yes I do they are pretty cool guns mine is a 1943 so it was made during the height of world war 2. Got a pretty good deal on it Classic Firearms out of North Carolina is running a grade B version for $99 dollars. only issues with them is that the stocks have some dings and scratches on them.
    Got a pic?

 

 

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