Sore shoulder and tender wrists...

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    Cornmastah
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    Sore shoulder and tender wrists...

    Post by Cornmastah on Wed May 04, 2016 9:34 am

    Yesterday I went shooting with some buddies.  We had a shooting trip planned when all of us could take off work--planned it for a while.  We shot lots and lots and lots.  I think I went through about 200 rounds of 45-70 between my sharps, my 1895 cowboy, Handi Rifle, and the BFR.  To top it off, we did a bunch of shotgun shooting and then finished with mil surp shooting.  IT WAS FUN!!!  I hadn't shot my Swiss K1911 in a long time, as well as my Swedish mauser in 6.5x55.  Tons of fun, but now I have a sore shoulder, tender wrists, and a whole lot of sunburn...

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    Re: Sore shoulder and tender wrists...

    Post by Charlie Foxtrot on Wed May 04, 2016 11:22 pm


    Now... that was just mean.

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    Considering getting a Swiss K31. Anything I should know?
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    Re: Sore shoulder and tender wrists...

    Post by Cornmastah on Thu May 05, 2016 1:16 am

    Most of the K31's are in really good condition--I'd say if you can find one, buy it. They are getting to be a bit more scarce. I'm thinking of picking up a second one. If you are buying one at a shop, pull the bolt and check the bore. Most likely the butt of the stock will be a bit worn from snow and leaning the gun on it but be sure to check the crown and bore. All the rest should be great.

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