High Power Military Assault RiflesPosted: June 17, 2017
Some investments went well, picked up some new high power military assault rifles. Okay, a little tongue in cheek there. It’s funny when I hear that sort of thing said about AR-15 rifles.
I feel a little like a girl making posts on tumblr about her food or something.
A Model 1895 Mauser, manufactured in Berlin for use in Chile.
Some of the markings on the receiver. I don’t actually know what the crest means.
A No. 1 Mk. 3 Lee Enfield, marked Lithgow, 1918. It was actually converted to fire a 410 ball cartridge, made up of what seems to be a .303 case and a ball at the end.
Last is the M39 Mosin Nagant, a Finnish model. Marked VKT, Valtion Kivaaritehdas, dated 1941.
All of them together-
I used to think Enfields were the only rifle that was really attractive, but my mind’s been changing on that lately.