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I will keep that in mind that thing must be a metric f ton of fun to shoot
Your about 15 yrs too late those things were basically stupid cheap... because everyone thought they were basically fake dragunovs. Lol
It is - and as mauser action rifles go, the Zastava M70 isn't crazy money. It's not the prettiest ever, but it's mostly the stock they didn't spend time on. Zastava USA doesn't import the 375, but they do import 458 Win Mags. I got the lefty from a shop on gunbroker that imports straight from Zastava occasionally. He's down to one, so he's probably got another batch on the way.
It is fun. I fired one, twice.... a 7 lb remington. I don’t remember the gun going off just watching the front sight come down after it fired.... lmao.I really really want to shoot a 375
My LGS has a Calico M100 sitting in the used rack. Slick old thing with wood stock and forend. I don't know if it's because I'd see them advertised all the time in the 1980's, or that it's what the troopers had in spaceballs. But a part of me nearly buys it every time I'm in there. Must be one of those things that affects all of us that were around in the 80's... $425 seems a bit steep for something I'll never find a spare magazine for.
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I just flashed on something.My LGS has a Calico M100 sitting in the used rack.
I’ve got a Golden Boy .22 on order. Always wanted a lever and they are a good price for .22. If I really love it thinking of getting another in a .44 or 30-30.Henry Big Boy lever-action in .357 (love the idea of using my favorite revolver cartridge in a rifle).
Alas, $900 - $1,000 is just too rich for my blood...