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Dr Narendra Yadav
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BRNO 275(7 X 57)

Postby Dr Narendra Yadav » Wed Jun 13, 2007 6:06 pm

Mehul/Danish

I was in search of good rifle,I have been to Kolkata to meet my inlaws i went to J.Biswas & Co and bought a mint condation BRNO 275(7 x 57).I spoke to Danish about this rifle.

Brought it to Bombay showed it to Mr Jijina of Bombay Gun House he was very pleased to see the the condation of the Rifle and told it is in brand new condtion and it is difficult to get such good condation Rifle.

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Postby shutzen » Wed Jun 13, 2007 7:32 pm

HI! Mr. yadav congrats! if u dont mind how much did u pay for the rifle and what the cost of the ammo?



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Re: BRNO 275(7 X 57)

Postby penpusher » Wed Jun 13, 2007 9:08 pm

Dr Narendra Yadav

Congratulations on your new purchase.I hope you use it more than the previous owner did.No use having a toy if you don't play with it :)

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Postby danish21 » Wed Jun 13, 2007 9:47 pm

Congratulations Dr. Yadav on your new rifle. 7x57 is a very very good calibre. I hope when u'll visit my place u'll bring this rifle with you so that we will do some traget practice with it. ;) I have a good collection of 7x57 cartridges, as these days only 139 grains of S&B cartridges are available in indian market so you can't have a choice. I have some 173 grains Lapua, some silver tip, some pionted hard nose, etc. Once again Congratulations for a great buy.

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Re: BRNO 275(7 X 57)

Postby hamiclar01 » Wed Jun 13, 2007 10:13 pm

congrats man! well done. Pics please :D let's have a look at your beauty!!

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Postby Dr Narendra Yadav » Thu Jun 14, 2007 10:00 am

Thanks a lot Sukpreet,Danish & Anand.

Danish i will surely come as i cannot fire here in Mumbai we can fire there in Allahabad or some were around Allahabad.As i have to go to Deoria i have to go through Allahabad.

Anand as i dont have a digital camera i cannot post the pics at present planning to buy on as soon i get one i will post the pics of my rifle,revolver and knives.

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Re: BRNO 275(7 X 57)

Postby Hunter » Thu Jun 14, 2007 10:19 pm

Hi Dr.Yadav

Congrats on your new buy,I have been searching for years for a .275 brno or mauser but no such luck.Would love to see pictures of this rifle.

regards...



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Re: BRNO 275(7 X 57)

Postby penpusher » Thu Jun 14, 2007 11:14 pm

Hunter\";p=\"21492 wrote:Hi Dr.Yadav

Congrats on your new buy,I have been searching for years for a .275 brno or mauser but no such luck.Would love to see pictures of this rifle.

regards...

Contact Danish.

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Postby Dr Narendra Yadav » Fri Jun 15, 2007 8:31 am

Hunter

J.Biswas was just having one 275 u can contact him he has a beautiful collection of rifles in very good condation 30-06 mannlicher,30-06 Brno,Ruger 30-06 ,30-06 military modle , all in very good condation never opened original condation he had winchester 375 model 70 some 9mm rifle.A12bore greener and Barreta S/S in very good condation but his prices r very high.

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Re: BRNO 275(7 X 57)

Postby Hunter » Fri Jun 15, 2007 8:44 am

Hi Dr.Narendra,

I have never fired a 30-06,but the 7mm yes! The results (edited by the moderator as no date was mentioned.Please exercise caution) with this caliber amazed me to no end.Best of all it has minimal recoil,which really helps in avoiding a flinch. I dont know if I am really interested in the 30-06 but,will look them up nevertheless.
Many thanks and happy shooting.

Regards/Clarence



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Re: BRNO 275(7 X 57)

Postby dancz » Sat Jun 16, 2007 11:04 am

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Re: BRNO 275(7 X 57)

Postby mehulkamdar » Sat Jun 16, 2007 11:37 am

Congratulations Dr Yadav!

Do post pictures of your rifle here. The ZG 47 and 21 and 22 F Brnos are regarded as among the finest production sporters ever made. And, if an expert like Mr Jijina approves, what more do you need?

Congratulations again and we shall wait for pictures whenever you have time!



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Postby Dr Narendra Yadav » Sat Jun 16, 2007 1:50 pm

Mehul thanks and Cong .

Regarding the modle there was engraved Zbrojovka Brno Narodni Podnik is this the modle, i dont know any idea about this.Please let me know.

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Re: BRNO 275(7 X 57)

Postby penpusher » Sat Jun 16, 2007 3:03 pm

'Zbrojovka Brno Narodni Podnik'

Brno Arms National Enterprise


You will find more information here http://www.gunsworld.com/cz/cz_history.htm

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PS-How do you provide the link in the typed material in the post itself.Can't figure this out :oops:



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Re: BRNO 275(7 X 57)

Postby TwoRivers » Sun Mar 02, 2008 4:30 pm

That means Factory Brno National Enterprise, it's not the model designation.




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