GUN I love them

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  1. The_otherguy

    The_otherguy New Member

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    I have an old WWII british 7.62mm rifle in perfect shape. I got some armor piercing bullets for it threw a licenced friend and decided to shoot up an old engine block (56 chevy strait 6) I put 70 holes thew it, the best one went strait thew the starter, into the bell house out the other side and enbedded itself into a tree behind the engine. brake into my house if you dare.. you can run but you cant hide, and if you try i'll shoot strait threw what your hiding behind lol
     
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    The_otherguy New Member

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    Its something nigant...
     
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    01_Cruiser An American Classic OT Supporter

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    have fun protecting your house with a bolt action rifle :mamoru:
     
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    Some Enfield's come chambered in .308, which is 7.62x51.
     
  5. kellyclan

    kellyclan She only loves you when she's drunk.

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    What a great thread! :nikko:
     
  6. The_otherguy

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    bolt action isnt bad, it moves very smooth and quickly. It has never stuck or even hesitated when i have used it, Probably because i keep it very well oiled up and kept in a dry warm place.
     

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