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    Finally shot my "new to me" No. 4.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoilerUp View Post
    Those are so interesting! I'm not really into military surplus, butt I'd love to get one of these Swiss beauties.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BoilerUp View Post
    That's gorgeous. I need a K31 to keep my K11 company.
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    Quote Originally Posted by apmcdaniel View Post
    Those are so interesting! I'm not really into military surplus, butt I'd love to get one of these Swiss beauties.
    This is a new-to-me 1939 with almost perfect bluing and excellent condition stock. The trigger on this thing is amazing. It's a match grade trigger. And the strait-pull action is super smooth and a joy to shoot. Picked mine up from Simpson LTD for a reasonable price. The surplus GP-11 isn't readily and cheaply available like it is used to be, unfortunately, but there is some indication that more will be coming into the country maybe next year. I think Kris/Edelweiss pretty much locked up the supply.

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    What's that beauty run?

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    Does a WWI 1911 made in early 1918 count as a milsurp?

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    Quote Originally Posted by UWone77 View Post
    What's that beauty run?
    Decent K31s run from $500-$700 these days although I'm sure you can find a better deal if you look around. Ones with Diopter sights as used for competition shooting after their military service will run over $1,000. Like a lot of old milsurp guns, they used to be hard to give away. I think the secret on the K31 is getting out, as these are very finely produced rifles designed for marksmen.

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    Just like everything..I remember seeing those go for 1-200 bux all day long ...years ago.. I know.. my old man had a few of em..



    Quote Originally Posted by Former11B View Post
    Does a WWI 1911 made in early 1918 count as a milsurp?
    Yes.

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    CZ 52 - 7,62x25 Tokarev




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