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Old 06-03-2019, 06:44 PM
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I am fine, you seem a little tense. There were 1,244,000+ Yugo mausers made. most still circulating and most never used. They began manufacturing them in 1950. So, other than looking like a historic rifle explain to me how it is historical?
Well, some were sold to Iraq for one.
And others were made in obscure factories and the factory codes are very rarely seen.
Some Yugo rifles were built off of German 98ís and those are starting to gain a following.

And I suppose that since Yugoslavia doesnít even exist any longer may be a little historical...


Again, your gun, but I will never understand that in this day and age people are still hacking up military guns when there are far superior and less costly commercial rifles available at any gunshop or on most ever local online trader.
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I'm having fun with this. Please keep it going. I'm waiting for your next wave where you get personal and start with the threats.
I read a few of your posts the other night. Came across as pretty intelligent. Also came across as a world class ass. Sorry, bro. Just calling it as I see it.
You need to work on that.

The correct thing to do would have been to simply admit that you, the great mentiat that you try to appear to be, simply didn't understand a very simple paragraph and let it go. You didn't have to play the ******* card. We could have had a good chat.

Threats? That's rich.

Live long and prosper, sir!

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I read a few of your posts the other night. Came across as pretty intelligent. Also came across as a world class ass. Sorry, bro. Just calling it as I see it.
You need to work on that.

The correct thing to do would have been to simply admit that you, the great mentiat that you try to appear to be, simply didn't understand a very simple paragraph and let it go. You didn't have to play the ******* card. We could have had a good chat.

Threats? That's rich.

Live long and prosper, sir!

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I can’t say I’ve read any other of your posts past the ones in this thread.

Don’t be sorry. Your opinion is what it is.

I appreciate being included in the world class category. I do try.

Sadly I can only only put you in the common category.

Next beer is on me.

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I picked up a Yugo and converted it for hunting. I know, sacrilege, but this had no collectible value.
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Neither did Singer 1911's when they sold them for $12.
in 1967, a '57 Chevy was just "a wore out 10 year old car"

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I only have one Mauser. A family hand-me-down Brazilian 7mm that is now a scout rifle. After having not been fired in 30 or 40 years it will now get a second life, but there's no free lunch. I feel like Trump surrounded by the media with all the hate I've been getting for destroying a piece of history...
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