C & R Pics Thread

The art of collecting C&R firearms including: Mausers, Mosins, Enfields and others. Got questons on C&R Licenses? Ask here.
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Post by mattinsfl » Sun Oct 12, 2008 11:31 pm

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Post by Dutchman » Mon Oct 20, 2008 7:33 pm

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I spent some time last night perusing your collection.

Very nice!

But I didn't see any Swedish Mausers. This is a great injustice to humanity. I suppose you have a good reason for this?

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Post by Dalton Wayne » Mon Jan 24, 2011 8:46 am

Very nice
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Post by A1GUNMAN » Tue Feb 01, 2011 10:00 am

That is beautiful collection, and the site is a dream! =D>

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Post by Miamioffshore » Sat Jan 26, 2013 12:19 am

wow impressive!
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Post by Rebel » Sun Mar 19, 2017 7:24 pm

This is my Stevens 44 1/2 with 3 barrels by Bob Snapp.
219 Zipper, 30-30, and 38-55.
Unertl 6x small game scope in a Huey oak and leather case with ebony handled turn screw, cleaning rod, forearm tool, and case colored oil bottle.
All the barrels are the same profile and extractor size. The other forearm is a benchrest type.

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Post by BadGnus » Sun Mar 19, 2017 7:25 pm

Now that is beyond nice.
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Post by Rebel » Sun Mar 19, 2017 7:38 pm

This is a rare Stevens Sureshot #23, manufactured circa 1894 to the late 1890s.
The 20" round barrel swings sideways to right to load with barrel release button on left frame.
The system is very similar to that on many of the early derringer single shot pistols including that of the Stevens Gem.
Fixed sights on barrel marked with the one line Stevens A. & T. address behind the rear sight.
Correct without a forearm. They are very rare.

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Post by tony k » Sun May 20, 2018 2:12 pm

Savage 99R in .300 Savage, serial number dates it to 1940. A relative bought it new back then before the war, and took it hunting three times (I still have the one empty box and partial second box of ammo). By the mid-1950's he was losing his sight, so he had it drilled and tapped for a scope, and mounted one of the then-new steel-tube Weaver K3 scopes in knock-off rings. That is the original rust-blue-and-case-hardened finish in 98% condition, 78 years later. Probably will be showing up in the BST Forum sometime soon....
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Post by Dave M » Sun May 20, 2018 10:17 pm

My dad was born in 1938, we have one of these, was his first deer rifle, then became my first deer rifle, then moved to my son's first deer rifle, his son is now 3 years old and it will become his first deer rifle as well.

They are heavy , bug they can shoot.

Like you stated yours looks like it is in pristine condition.

They don't make rifles like that anymore.

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Post by dammitgriff » Wed May 23, 2018 11:11 pm

tony k wrote:Savage 99R in .300 Savage, serial number dates it to 1940. A relative bought it new back then before the war, and took it hunting three times (I still have the one empty box and partial second box of ammo). By the mid-1950's he was losing his sight, so he had it drilled and tapped for a scope, and mounted one of the then-new steel-tube Weaver K3 scopes in knock-off rings. That is the original rust-blue-and-case-hardened finish in 98% condition, 78 years later. Probably will be showing up in the BST Forum sometime soon....
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