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Old August 1st, 2020, 12:06 PM #111
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Seen this on another site. Pretty dismal pile of battle rifles to pick through.
Center frame right below the busted stock Im not sure what the black dot(s) are on the lower swivels.
The one on top still has the sight protector in place and I noticed some of the keepers but not all are pushed onto the sling frog or towards the D ring. Maybe just ended up that way when salvaged or carried out.
The poster indicated photo was from New Guinea 1943.

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Old August 1st, 2020, 04:56 PM #112
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Sexy... Gotta go chase mama round the house after seein that
I have had my eye on one of these for a while. [Brownells retro AR10]
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Seen this on another site. Pretty dismal pile of battle rifles to pick through.
Center frame right below the busted stock Im not sure what the black dot(s) are on the lower swivels.
The one on top still has the sight protector in place and I noticed some of the keepers but not all are pushed onto the sling frog or towards the D ring. Maybe just ended up that way when salvaged or carried out.
The poster indicated photo was from New Guinea 1943.

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Old August 1st, 2020, 05:20 PM #114
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SKS would be first pick for value, for heavier hitting Surplus ammo shooting cheaper I’d say an FN49 in 8mm is nice and battle proven.
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Old November 14th, 2020, 10:57 PM #115
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Fn fal think Duffy gets them every now and then
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I count 5 BARs at first count.
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What it says, I'm game for anything auto-loading, chambered in .308 / 7.62. I know there have been some threads on this topic before, but I wanted some fresh opinions on definitive MD compliant battle rifle choices.
Battle Rifle is like Assault Rifle is like Deer Rifle.

No such thing.

Are you planning to go "into battle"? Are you Meal Team Six?


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Battle Rifle is like Assault Rifle is like Deer Rifle.

No such thing.

Are you planning to go "into battle"? Are you Meal Team Six?


Fire arms are tools. Hammers. Buy the correct tool for the job you want to do.
Unlike “assault rifle”, I have always held the belief that a battle rifle was defined. It is a military rifle firing a full powered rifle cartridge.
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Hehe, OP, get a 2020 Garand in ‘06!

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Noreen BN36X3 Carbine ( 30-06 semi auto) AR-10 is the new-age battle ready M1 Garand in the tried and true 30-06 Springfield cartridge. Light and maneuverable for the most extreme tasks. Weighs pounds less than the old M1 Garand.

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