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Speaking of training weather....Okay, so this question has nothing to do with weather (g).Tam, I crawled a gun shop or two yesterday, and came across a Czech VZ24 in decent condition. 1937, crest intact, BRNO action, correct swivals, wood: war torn but intact, sight hood in place, bore maybe 70% and darkish but rifling usable.Only $150, which seems kinda low. It was on consignment, and I suspect they set the price lower than it could have been to move it quickly. Thoughts? Snap it up as an investment Mauser? Run away? Waver back and forth till someone else buys it?Regards,Carteach0
I think a decent Mauser for under two bills is darn near a no-brainer these days. :)
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