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    Each time i log onto this thread, I learn something new every day!
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    There is more to 7mm than what meets the eye....

    The 7mm Mauser or 7mm Magnum is what we normally come across but in fact the list is a bit longer than that.




    1. 7mm-08 Remington
    2. .276 Pedersen (7×51mm) (Headstamp .276 K 29)
    3. 7x54mm Finnish (48 ATE 7x54) Double Ring Primer
    4. 7x57mm Mauser aka .275 Rigby –Rimless (DWM K Steel Core)
    5. 7x57mm Mauser aka .275 Rigby –Rimless - Round Nose Soft Point- (Kynoch)
    6. 7x57mm Mauser aka .275 Rigby –Rimless - – SBP
    7. .270 Winchester (7x64mm)
    8. 7x65mmR aka 7x65mmR Brenneke (RWS)
    9. 7mm Super Express (7x66mm) Vom Hofe (Short Projectile)
    10. 7mm Super Express (7x66mm) Vom Hofe (Long Projectile)
    11. .270 Weatherby Magnum
    12. 7mm Rem Magnum
    13. .275 H&H Magnum (Rimless)
    14. 7mm Express Remington (.280 Remington) (RP)
    15. 7x64 mm Brenneke -139 Grain Soft Point
    16. .280 Ross aka .280 Nitro aka .280 Rimless Nitro Express Ross aka .280 Rimless (Kynoch .280)
    17. .275 Flanged Magnum Holland Silver Bullet (Rimmed / Flanged Holland 275 Magnum K)
    18. .275 Flanged Magnum Holland Soft Point (Rimmed / Flanged Kynoch 275 Magnum)



    19. 7.5×55mm Swiss (GP 11) (7.5×55mm Schmidt–Rubin) (Norma)
    20. 7.5x54mm French aka 7.5 French aka 7.5x54 MAS (VE 40 D 1)

    PS: (I added 7.5×55mm Swiss and 7.5x54mm French for good measures)


    Quote Originally Posted by Imtiaz Shah View Post
    @ Jibz
    No museum in Pakistan has such extensive ammo collections as yours. You are a resource, Sir !
    30-06 Springfield (POF)
    I did not know that POF (Pak. Ord. Wah) ever made 30-06 Springfield !
    IOF (India) makes this ammo for their civilian market because service ammo is prohibited to civilians and IOF civilian market rifles are chambered for
    30-06 Springfield.
    JazakAllah Khair for your kind words dear. Let me share a pic of the Headstamp of POF made 30-06. Based on the information of the headstamp, this particular round was made in 1963. However, I have few from as late as 1969 as well so I am guessing they were under production till early 70s for the M1 Garand which Pakistan Army was using in 1971 war.
    When I was buying my Garand, an aged arms dealer told me NOT to buy it because we lost East Pakistan because of the flawed performance of the Garand in 1971. Hahahaha. I had a good laugh.




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    Ok.. Now I want a Garand. it seems like the logical choice, now that I have the .303 Enfield.
    "Keep a complete control over your Temper and Anger because I never found anything more beneficial at the end and producing more good results then such a control" Hazrat Ali (A.S) tz.enigmatic@gmail.com

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    KA-BAR Tanto 1245, Opinel No 12, SOG & Joseph Rogers

    Few months back I bought these following knives;

    • KA-BAR Tanto 1245,
    • Opinel No 12 &
    • SOG Seal Pup


    The Joseph Rogers Hunting Knife belonged to my Grand Father.



    KA-BAR Tanto 1245 aka Tanto Long









    Opinel No 12









    SOG Seal Pup















    Joseph Rogers Hunting Knife






    Quote Originally Posted by Enigmatic Desires View Post
    Ok.. Now I want a Garand. it seems like the logical choice, now that I have the .303 Enfield.
    ED, I will encourage you to go for Garand, only if its in the genuine 30-06 and has not been locally converted to 8mm. YES, finding ammo will be a pain in neck but still it can be found.

    Cheers
    “Bottom Line; If We’re Gonna Have Fun, There Better Be A Lot Of Ammo!”


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    Sir Jibbz. I wont touch an 8mm convert with a 10 yard pole. These things don't even engage the grooves. Might as well get a semi auto shotgun. Unfortunately, only converts are available in Karachi while 30 06 ammo is around 500 a pop.
    "Keep a complete control over your Temper and Anger because I never found anything more beneficial at the end and producing more good results then such a control" Hazrat Ali (A.S) tz.enigmatic@gmail.com

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    With these insane prices, I think it's better to go in hibernation and save that hard earned dough.
    Wait for the good times if there are any.
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    The Elusive 8mm ....




    1. 8mm Nambu
    2. 8x27 Gasser (SFM *)
    3. 8x27R Lebel 1936 Société métallurgique franco-belge à Issy les Moulineaux (SF 36 I 3)
    4. 7.92x33 Kurz 1944 (7.9 Kurz) 7.9mmK, (8×33 Polte)
    5. 8x50R Mannlicher aka 8x50mmR M93 (7.90R) (8m/m Kynoch -Soft Point)
    6. 8x50mmR Lebel (8x51R Lebel/Balle D) Rimmed (ART D)
    7. 8x51mm (Short Mauser) Rimless (DWM M/88 H)
    8. 8x57mm (7.92x57mm) -196 grain PPU (Soft Nose)
    9. 8x57mm (7.92x57mm) – (PS- Povázské Strojárne, Czechoslovakia) (48 PS * 12)
    10. 8x57mm (7.92x57mm) (8mm Mauser)
    11. 8x57R Rimmed (No Headstamp Cross on Bullet Point)
    12. 8x58R Sauer aka 8x58.5 R Sauer & Sohn (PS SSC 8x58)
    13. 8×60mm S (Rimless) (PS 8x60s)
    14. 8x68mm S –RWS (180.5 grain Cone Point KS bullet)
    15. 8x68mm S –RWS (200 grain EVO bullet)


    PS: I have acquired a cartridge of 8x54 Krag Jörgensen as well but forgot to include that in the picture. Will share it some other time, InshAllah.

    Regards
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jibz View Post
    Few months back I bought these following knives;

    • KA-BAR Tanto 1245,
    • Opinel No 12 &
    • SOG Seal Pup


    The Joseph Rogers Hunting Knife belonged to my Grand Father.



    KA-BAR Tanto 1245 aka Tanto Long









    Opinel No 12









    SOG Seal Pup















    Joseph Rogers Hunting Knife








    ED, I will encourage you to go for Garand, only if its in the genuine 30-06 and has not been locally converted to 8mm. YES, finding ammo will be a pain in neck but still it can be found.

    Cheers
    This kA Bar look's cool Bro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jibz View Post



    1. 8mm Nambu
    2. 8x27 Gasser (SFM *)
    3. 8x27R Lebel 1936 Société métallurgique franco-belge à Issy les Moulineaux (SF 36 I 3)
    4. 7.92x33 Kurz 1944 (7.9 Kurz) 7.9mmK, (8×33 Polte)
    5. 8x50R Mannlicher aka 8x50mmR M93 (7.90R) (8m/m Kynoch -Soft Point)
    6. 8x50mmR Lebel (8x51R Lebel/Balle D) Rimmed (ART D)
    7. 8x51mm (Short Mauser) Rimless (DWM M/88 H)
    8. 8x57mm (7.92x57mm) -196 grain PPU (Soft Nose)
    9. 8x57mm (7.92x57mm) – (PS- Povázské Strojárne, Czechoslovakia) (48 PS * 12)
    10. 8x57mm (7.92x57mm) (8mm Mauser)
    11. 8x57R Rimmed (No Headstamp Cross on Bullet Point)
    12. 8x58R Sauer aka 8x58.5 R Sauer & Sohn (PS SSC 8x58)
    13. 8×60mm S (Rimless) (PS 8x60s)
    14. 8x68mm S –RWS (180.5 grain Cone Point KS bullet)
    15. 8x68mm S –RWS (200 grain EVO bullet)


    PS: I have acquired a cartridge of 8x54 Krag Jörgensen as well but forgot to include that in the picture. Will share it some other time, InshAllah.

    Regards
    MashaAllah.very informative.

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    Very nice .....
    Quote Originally Posted by Jibz View Post
    Few months back I bought these following knives;

    • KA-BAR Tanto 1245,
    • Opinel No 12 &
    • SOG Seal Pup


    The Joseph Rogers Hunting Knife belonged to my Grand Father.



    KA-BAR Tanto 1245 aka Tanto Long









    Opinel No 12









    SOG Seal Pup















    Joseph Rogers Hunting Knife








    ED, I will encourage you to go for Garand, only if its in the genuine 30-06 and has not been locally converted to 8mm. YES, finding ammo will be a pain in neck but still it can be found.

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abu Al Hawl View Post
    Jibz Bro, if we'll go into the detail of Aahadeets it will make the matter more complicated my request to you is PLEASE don't kill the birds just on the basis of their suspicious activity or for your pleasure. Thanks.

    For rest of the Meddlesome : If you fall into an argument with ignorant people, they will drag you to their level!
    Its been long bro, how're you doing?

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    Few knives I purchased recently.
    From Left to Right:
    1. Ontario 1400 ASEK (Aircrew Survival Egress Knife) - 4.95" Black 1095 Carbon Steel Blade
    https://cutleryshoppe.com/ontario-14...atible-sheath/

    2. Ontario Rat Series TAK-1
    https://agrussell.com/knife/Ontario-...AK-1--ONT-8602

    3. MUELA BOOT KNIFE FURY 90099
    https://www.worthpoint.com/worthoped...0099-151485273






















    Quote Originally Posted by 9mm View Post
    Its been long bro, how're you doing?
    Thanks for asking, Roor.
    By the grace of Allah, I am very well, Dear. Praying for your well being. Stay Blessed.
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    MashaAllah bro.nice addition to your collection.

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    Remington 870 MCS

    Bought this very rare (from the perspective of our country) Remington 870 MCS few months back.
    MCS stands for Modular Combat Shotgun.

    https://www.remingtondefense.com/sho...mcs/24973.html



    Currently the barrel on it is 18 inches with an overall Parkerized Finish.
    The Chamber is 3" (76mm).



    It weighs around 7.5 lbs.





    The picatinny rail on it can be mounted with all types of 1913 style red dot or holographic sights.






    When I got it, it had a 3 shells mag capacity and so I made a mag extension for it and now its 6+1.





    MCS has the propriety system of installing and removing the stock which is done through a small captured push pin. If its pushed-in from the right, it protrudes out to the left and the stock is removed from the receiver.





    Later I found a pistol grip of a Turkish Sarsilmaz Shotgun which needed a little bit of filing and could be easily replaced with the stock.



    “Bottom Line; If We’re Gonna Have Fun, There Better Be A Lot Of Ammo!”


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jibz View Post
    Bought this very rare (from the perspective of our country) Remington 870 MCS few months back.
    MCS stands for Modular Combat Shotgun.

    https://www.remingtondefense.com/sho...mcs/24973.html



    Currently the barrel on it is 18 inches with an overall Parkerized Finish.
    The Chamber is 3" (76mm).



    It weighs around 7.5 lbs.





    The picatinny rail on it can be mounted with all types of 1913 style red dot or holographic sights.






    When I got it, it had a 3 shells mag capacity and so I made a mag extension for it and now its 6+1.





    MCS has the propriety system of installing and removing the stock which is done through a small captured push pin. If its pushed-in from the right, it protrudes out to the left and the stock is removed from the receiver.





    Later I found a pistol grip of a Turkish Sarsilmaz Shotgun which needed a little bit of filing and could be easily replaced with the stock.



    Have had the pleasure of shooting this beauty. It is very smooth, length of pull and action are great. One can easily fire quick successive shots
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jibz View Post
    Bought this very rare (from the perspective of our country) Remington 870 MCS few months back.
    MCS stands for Modular Combat Shotgun.

    https://www.remingtondefense.com/sho...mcs/24973.html



    Currently the barrel on it is 18 inches with an overall Parkerized Finish.
    The Chamber is 3" (76mm).



    It weighs around 7.5 lbs.





    The picatinny rail on it can be mounted with all types of 1913 style red dot or holographic sights.






    When I got it, it had a 3 shells mag capacity and so I made a mag extension for it and now its 6+1.





    MCS has the propriety system of installing and removing the stock which is done through a small captured push pin. If its pushed-in from the right, it protrudes out to the left and the stock is removed from the receiver.





    Later I found a pistol grip of a Turkish Sarsilmaz Shotgun which needed a little bit of filing and could be easily replaced with the stock.



    it looks cool with the magazine extension.

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