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    Hello Tuco been wanting to ask the top man a question for awhile ,I have a 1917 Remington m91 that clearly has Austrian wood ,and german sling swivels ,serriffed A on stock and a couple other stock markings ,all matching numbere including buttplate with no line outs at all ,really stellar gun ,but cannot find any good info on Austrian on the webpage you have ,are you wanting any new pics that you do not have ? the swivels alone are worth having for another rare variation ,all the best to you ,love the webpage !!

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    Were you in the Largo Society some years back?
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    How do I post pics on the WTS page I`ve tried everything & they won`t upload?
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    Hi Tuco, I searched and failed. What is the max size for photo's to post? And is it per photo or per post?
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    pleeze get ahold of me ASAP
    [email protected]
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    Hi Tuco, If you get a second please, can you lookin on what happened to my donation sent 4-16-11? I know you are very busy as well as all the personel, you would have to be with the numbers that we sport now. Thanks, Hijack.
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    I am a frequent reader, but seldom poster here. I remember the earliest days, when there was no Interested collectors simply gathered at the employee Mauser factory website to discuss Mauser rifles. They're posts were as close to a Forum as it got. As the internet expanded in the 1990's, Mosin Nagant. net and innumerable other Forums came into existance. I only write this because I want you to know I've been here, in some way, all along. Now, there is some guy "3A PKKA", in your Mosin Nagant section, who has hijacked a thread about a movie, and has turned it into his own anti- U.S., non-reality attempt to re-write history ala a political diatribe. Mr. Snodgrass, I call on you to please ban this piece of S*%# from the Forum???? Sir, I implore you to PM me about this issue, as it goes as deep as family in this matter.
    John Robb AKA 339th
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    Yesterday I posted 2 items, separately, for sale on the WTS forum. Initially they posted, now they have disappeared.
    They can be seen if you search "smokem", where they are listed together.
    I would like to have these items reposted on WTS forum asap so they can be seen by al menbers.
  9. Hi Tuco,
    Hope you are well., I have some extra Machine Gun original manuals from my "paper collection" , some very old I am thinking about selling. Would that go under "NFA Trader" or "The Trader WTS and WTT"?
    Let me know please,
    Johnny G
    [email protected] or let me know here please.
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    OK Tuco:

    For a long time I have been on the search for a tool that is used with the
    Finn made two-speed boosters to tighten and loosen it in the endcap of the
    jacket and to help to trun the flash-hider when changeing firing speeds.
    What did the Finns use with their boosters?

    I have a live, C+R Finnish manufactured Maxim marked on the topcover
    M09/32, 1935. It is constructed slightly, but significantly, differently than the M32/33.

    The interesting bit about the M09/32 is that the other writer's and
    historians on the internet who write aobut the history of the Finnish use
    of Maxims, and the Finnish made Maxims, do not know or acknowledge the
    Do you have any info on the M09/32 models? Any leads on the booster
    tool for the Finn made Maxims?

    Bob Naess
    Black River Militaria CII
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Founding member & . Co-author of Finland At War & the USA officer of TUCO Arms. Collector of Russian and Finnish arms 1891-1945, militaria of the same time period, Estonian military items, World Military Camo, artillery, motars, and anti tank items.
Finnish & Estonian military history. Collecting firearms, helmets, tunics, and like items. Camo
Firearms Blogger, Web Design, TUCO Arms Corp (small arms, mortars, artillery, armor, surplus gear)


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