Greetings from behind the Zion Curtain


#1

Utah that is.
Milsurps are what I pine for and love to shoot them.
History behind them I cant get enough of.
I am however not a purist but do like to keep them originally fitted.
Look forward to the journey with you all.


#2

Welcome!

Be sure and post those pictures!


#3

Welcome to the forum Brother.


#4

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#5

Welcome @Grenz45
Great to have you here with us!!


#6

Welcome to the forum Brother!
What is your favorite mil-surp you own?


#7

Welcome


#8

Welcome!


#9

Favorite Milsurp is my Swede 96.
I refer to it as my Uglystick; but it is a work of military art.
Perfect balance, quality unmatched by even modern firearms; and a tack driver.
But as I get older the tack needs to be bigger. LOL
I got 95% of my firearms in the 80’s when they were affordable.
I get a new camera for XMas and will post pics when I can.
War Dept wont let me have it now… Happy Wife, Happy Life.
I collect rather unique firearms as I can and History behind them.
Look forward to hear comments as I post up.
I am not a purist however but do keep them in original clothes so to speak.


#10

Welcome from Texas


#11

Lucky! I’m going to go cry now!


#12

Right, as who worried about buying cheap surplus when it was available??

Not me, and when I did, I sold it just as cheap


#13

Hindsight is 20/20.
I was blind at the time…
I will join you in that crying session…:sob:


#14

Welcome to the Full30 Forum, @Grenz45

A lot of us here have some experience with milsurps. They can be fun!


#15

Welcome from Florida!


#16

Welcome to the forum. I look forward to seeing a few pics.