BJL wrote: Maybe a gunsmith can work on the bolt?
BJL wrote:Yeah, wet blanket is correct- the light weight and a short barrel (how long is it?)
Vineet wrote:BJL wrote:Yeah, wet blanket is correct- the light weight and a short barrel (how long is it?)
It's barrel is 23 inches long.
I was planning to buy IOF 30 06 rifle firstly because it is available brand new and secondly because its price is low as compared to imported 30 06 rifles.But then one day, by chance I happened to visit a gun house in Muktsar with one of my relative as he wanted to buy some cartridges and there was this 30 06 rifle made in U.S model no. 1917 Eddystone for sale. I bought it for 1.83 lakh.I think it's a good deal at that price. What are your views about it?
Vikram wrote:No disrespect to the IOF product, but I would bet this Eddystone/Remington rifle is a lot better built rifle.
I am willing to be proven wrong.
mundaire wrote:Eddystone .30-06 rifles usually do not command a very high price... I think you could have bargained some more and gotten a better price, however if you are happy with it, that's what really counts!
Sanjay wrote:Whoever has worked on it has done a damn good job.....
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