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Stuff all gone. As in, nothing here to see, buy, or anything else.
 
Posts: 13740 | Location: USA | Registered: 02 August 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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That’s one of the very finest and rare (and very rare to find unscrubbed) milsurp 98 actions ever made. Hard to believe you are selling that one so cheap!


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"Every record has been destroyed or falsified, every book rewritten, every picture has been repainted, every statue and street building has been renamed, every date has been altered. And the process is continuing day by day and minute by minute. History has stopped. Nothing exists except an endless present in which the Party is always right."
 
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True; the Polish Radom is better than any other makes of the 98, including commercial Oberndorf.
I can't seem to sell any actions any more; had guys back out after they said they wanted them. New guys think that building a rifle is a good idea until they add up the real cost and see that they can just go to Wal mart and buy a plastic 770 for $350.
I can't seem to sell actions for $150; I will throw them in the trash now. Only about a dozen left anyway. I won't give them away.
 
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I agree with you Tom, more of my younger friends and guys at the club gravitate towards the more inexpensive Ruger and Savages. They shoot good, but don’t hold a candle to the steel Mauser action rifles... in my opinion.

I’d love to have you build a 6mm Remington on one of your actions; I just need to wait til you finish my Siamese Mauser.


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Posts: 524 | Location: Middle Georgia | Registered: 06 February 2011Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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If you want a 98 action for later let me know by text.
 
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The saddest portion of this for me is; The value of this history is leaving us. We are ceasing to be able to care it seems.


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Posts: 2048 | Location: Where God breathes life into the Amber Waves of Grain and owns the cattle on a thousand hills. | Registered: 20 August 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Its a shame, the finest actions in the world are Mausers, and they are becoming a thing of the past.
I have little use for plastic stocks and stainless steel guns, short of Alaska I suppose, but thats just me and the sad 21st century, its a changing world and Rambo rules the woods..


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Posts: 37848 | Location: Twin Falls, Idaho | Registered: 04 June 2000Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I can't seem to sell actions for $150; I will throw them in the trash now. Only about a dozen left anyway. I won't give them away.


Tom, I tried to explain in your other thread why they won't sell.

You have modified actions, with a mixture of parts. When I asked for pictures, you sent me blurry pictures with little to no information.

When I pressed for more information you told me they were piles of parts and you assembled them when someone wanted an action.

I asked you for details and pricing for all 30 actions, but all you replied was that they were all the same.

I have no idea the condition of the parts, if all the parts are good, what parts are missing, the origin of the parts, if they have been modified, drilled, tapped, altered, or changed, if they are military, commercial, pitted, rusted, ground on, lapped, tweaked, welded on, or any myriad of other things I have gotten from "gunsmiths".

If you have sold 18 actions in the last 5 months then your selling them, so it sounds like you just need to keep plugging away. OR, you could take a few pictures and provide a clear description with all the relevant information that customers want.

I have no issues selling actions, priced according to market, with good photo's and descriptions.


Nathaniel Myers
Myers Arms LLC
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I buy Mauser actions, parts, micrometers, tools, calipers, etc. Specifically looking for pre-WWII Mauser tools.
 
Posts: 1182 | Location: Ohio | Registered: 06 June 2010Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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You are right; these are all in a pile of parts so of course they are not matching, and while none are rusted, and all are in good condition, some were surface ground and some not, they aren't mine and I don't want to put any more time into selling them. And they are selling; my comments about them not selling mean that only a few short years ago, they would not have lasted one day.
I'm just trying to help a friend. Doesn't matter if they sell or not.
 
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Its a shame, the finest actions in the world are Mausers, and they are becoming a thing of the past.
I have little use for plastic stocks and stainless steel guns, short of Alaska I suppose, but thats just me and the sad 21st century, its a changing world and Rambo rules the woods..

Hell I think even Rambo retired.


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You are right; these are all in a pile of parts so of course they are not matching, and while none are rusted, and all are in good condition, some were surface ground and some not, they aren't mine and I don't want to put any more time into selling them. And they are selling; my comments about them not selling mean that only a few short years ago, they would not have lasted one day.
I'm just trying to help a friend. Doesn't matter if they sell or not.


Have him send me a list of the parts and a price.


Nathaniel Myers
Myers Arms LLC
nathaniel@myersarms.com
www.myersarms.com

I buy Mauser actions, parts, micrometers, tools, calipers, etc. Specifically looking for pre-WWII Mauser tools.
 
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He doesn't know a Mauser from a Mossburg 22.
 
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before you throw it away I will give you something for it
 
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Tom. PM sent.
 
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Kolo; no, you guys aren't getting it; everything is halted and there will be no more actions sold. They will be stripped and the receivers destroyed. I don't have time for it, and my trying to help a friend turned into a disaster. You wouldn't believe the number of guys who said they wanted something, changed their mind. NO not because of pictures.
Off the market, means, off the market, as in; it's over for Mauser actions..
 
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