Oh no! Have you been taking lessons from Rebel and Grumpy?Originally posted by Nicholas
The open end is where the round hard thingy comes out!
Thanks Glen this is the kind of scoop I knew someone on here would have. I have a line on one of their bolt guns (new in box) complete with a hogue stock and chambered in .308 for $985. Does this sound like a good deal? Here is the link. I have actually been looking at a Remington 700 Varmiter in 308. This is a little cheaper, but is it as good of a rifle? oh ya, here is the link http://www.gunsamerica.com/guns/976740444.htmOriginally posted by glennasher1
What do you want to know? They've made rifles for years and years, making Mausers for the Belgian Army, and various South American countries, then for the Germans, when they took over Belgium, then for dangnear everyone else, and they made sporter rifles for anyone with the money, Sako, Browning, Sears Roebuck, name 'em, they made 'em for 'em. The current rifle being sold (boltgun) is built on the last of the Winchester 70 actions (FN owns the plant, and were the ones who shut them down). FN makes the M240 machinegun for the Army, along with the SAW, and some M16s, too. Not to mention Browning's rifles and shotguns, which are the ones collectors want so much......
I think I know where you are going Nicholas. And by all means bring it.Originally posted by Nicholas
I would recommend you ask me to bring something that can drop anything in North America on Mondays little outing! It is going to be a busy day!