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    Hey Buddy, is that an E/4 in your pocket?
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    I love the earlier rifles like this, everything marked.

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    Great rifle Matt!! Super sharp

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    Very nice rifle, I'm surprised you didn't sell it already knowing how you are with scoped rifles. You must really like it to retain it in your permanent collection, good for you!
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    Beautiful rifle, congrats!

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    Super BLM and not easy to find this nice either.
    "Don't use your musket if you can kill 'em with your hatchet"

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    Nice! Just drill and tap and add a scope

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caesar1 View Post
    Nice! Just drill and tap and add a scope
    What are you crazy? Drill and tap?

    Aww, hell no....just grab some Unistrut, big hose clamps and a scope...then you don't have to ruin the rifle....

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrfarb View Post
    Very nice rifle, I'm surprised you didn't sell it already knowing how you are with scoped rifles. You must really like it to retain it in your permanent collection, good for you!
    Who said anything about retaining it? This baby is going on gunbroker for max profit. Mint crispy baby.

    And Ryan, you were broke because of all the other stuff you stole from me.
    Last edited by mdarnell19; 03-10-2019 at 07:43 PM.

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    My first K98k was an S/237 1938. I really like the BLM rifles and one day would like to get one as nice as this!

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