Originally Posted by JLA
i hear ya. is yours in its original chambering? Most people that underwent sporterization had thiers rebarrelled to .308 or .30-06. The 7.65X53MM round they are chambered for is a very potent caliber and will fill the very close gap between .308 and .30-06 if handloaded carefully.
It is in its original cal. I was suprised the barrel hadnt been cut down or rebarrelled as it seems is the norm for this rifle, but the hardware is all original. Just the stock was cut. It is a very accurate rifle just as it is. The 7.65 Argentine ammo isnt real cheap but its not to bad on price. I have found some nice stocks a Richards Gunstocks. I might get one for a temp use until I can find a original stock.