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I promised pics so here they are :yay!: :yay!: :yay!: :yay!: :yay!: :yay!: :yay!: :yay!: :yay!: :yay!:











She's a little rough but all numbers match!!! :D
The bore is pretty good all things considered. It has the Soviet crest on it as well, a little worn but you can see it.
 

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I don't see anything... then again I'm not 100% sure what to look for. Besides the Armory fix in picture 4 I don't know. :thinking:
 

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Sweet I'm not sure how to take down this bad boy but Primal said he'd show me when I got it. He won't be back til tomorrow though. It's probably not rocket science but I don't want to mess something up... :cantlook:
 

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It's an ex-sniper... minus the action :sniffles: it has the same numbers on top but underneath inside the stock the action has another number.
 

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Every number matches. They all say "4288". But when I disassembled it to see if there were signs that the old mounting bolt holes were plugged in the action (which there weren't any, there were no holes to begin with) I found a number that reads "2169" under the action and don't know what it's for, so that is why I said that. I'm new to this C&R stuff sorry if I sound like an idiot....


 

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Cool I wasn't too worried about the minor details, Zerodaze asked if it was an ex-sniper I just wanted to to give the best answer I could. 8)
 
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