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Old 03-10-2018, 03:38 PM
XDNine XDNine is offline
 
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I have an M38, M44, and 91/30 Hex Receiver Dragoon. I don't shoot them a lot but they have always been very accurate and fun to shoot.
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Old 03-10-2018, 09:58 PM
Polaris Polaris is offline
 
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Shouldn’t be an issue then. I’m gonna start with some Winchester white box to rough sight in and put some rounds thru. After that I’ll start reloading for it.
It is a fun cartridge to load for. Pretty much any medium powder will work, I like IMR 4064. PRVI/PPU is also excellent ammo/brass.
For casual plinking, look to the various .310 123 FMJs and the Hornady 123 Vmax/Zmax designed for 7.62x39. They hold pretty well to 300m, they're easy on the shoulder, and the Vmax is particularly impressive on old pumpkins and vermin at 54R velocities.

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Old 03-10-2018, 11:34 PM
A7Dave A7Dave is offline
 
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Hi A7 Dave,

I googled -Pat Burns Finn rifles? - the website is down! many 0ld links that mention her.
If you contact Dennis at Empire arms by E- mail he will locate one for you in short order. The price might be a little high but we get what we pay for & it will work & shoot well!

Good Luck.
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Thanks, I may do just that. Then I need to find a replacement for the pristine Enfield No.4 Mk 1 that I bought for $125 in 1992 and then sold for the same amount 15 years ago. ;-)
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Old 03-11-2018, 11:26 AM
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[QUOTE=Thanks, I may do just that.
Then I need to find a replacement for the pristine Enfield No.4 Mk 1 that I bought for $125 in 1992 and then sold for the same amount 15 years ago. ;-)[/QUOTE]

Hi A7Dave,

So I'm not the only one that has "Sellers regret"

broom
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