Full Dresser C&R

Discussion in 'Curio & Relics Forum' started by zfk55, May 19, 2009.

  1. zfk55

    zfk55 New Member

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    This is a standard k31 with "whistles and bells", but nothing that changes the rifle in any way. All of it is screw-on or clamp-on.

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    For most its a sacriledge to alter a Swiss C&R, so this is the way to have the fun stuff with no alteration to the rifle.
    I have enough of them to not worry about it.

    Latigo
  2. jacksonco

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    I can't tell if it is a V6 or a V8.
    Nice looking costume on that lady, but as almost always, they look better undressed.

    Really now you have a nice lookin set up. I assume it shoots as well as it looks.

    :) Jeff
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    You can't see the other side in this picture but if you could you'd see a scope mount. This rifle is one of our load data gathering rifles used for developing proven loads for the k31. It shoots a lot better than it looks. :D There are three of these load data rifles here in the weapons room.

    Latigo
  4. Dakota Red 1

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    You are thumping on the right watermelon with those rifles. They are worth the effort.
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    Tis is one my Dad gave me just a while back. An Officer's issue mint k32.

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    And this is a closeup. I really love these rifles.

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    Latigo
  6. Dakota Red 1

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    I've never seen one without the stock chewed up by Swiss alligators.

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