My MAS 1936-51

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Jonas_Salk
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My MAS 1936-51

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The is probably my favorite bolt-action rifle that I own, to be honest. It's a beautiful rifle, the recoil isn't as stout as some others in the same category, and she's in amazing condition overall. I've had it for about 7-8 years, maybe more. French rifles are lovely. :D

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8-)
Proud alumni of Transylvanian Polygnostic University. "Know enough to be afraid."

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I am fond of mine also. A great shooter.

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Nice MAS in great shape. Is it a post war rebuild? What was her date of birth?

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That is a nice one

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