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Re: Schultz&Larsen Stutzen [Re: lancaster]
      #314513 - 27/03/18 05:22 AM

the very hard to find collector cartridge 6,5x58RD






made from resized Norma 8x58RD brass, dont belive there was ever a case with the correct headstamp

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Re: Schultz&Larsen Stutzen [Re: lancaster]
      #315918 - 02/05/18 12:37 AM

last week there was ending an auction with 164 cartridges





the fine Norma berdan primed brass loaded in Otterup for target rifles. the auction stagnate for 3 weeks for 3 euro and I got some hope but in the end everyone watching this was very surprised

http://egun.de/market/item.php?id=6929961

it ended for 351 euro
thats a lot of money for 50 years old full metall jackets! instead of making brass the people need ammo firms present new childish brainchilds every year nobody want anymore/only cartridge collectors knowing in 10 years like this crap
https://rws-munition.de/fileadmin/rws/bi...A5_12seiten.pdf

thanks god I got my brass from finland today that was a lot more bang for the buck



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Re: Schultz&Larsen Stutzen [Re: lancaster]
      #316338 - 13/05/18 03:39 PM

had now the Model 38 SN 382 in my hands




with the 50 cm barrel surprising short stutzen no doubt made after the Mannlicher Schönauer M 1903 pattern
the rifle itself is much heavier because of the very strong build receiver








some of the pre war rifles, maybe all, have the stockmaker monogram behind the pistold grip








lot of Pecar/Berlin scopes around there





the bolt and receiver is different from the later M 42 that there is a hole in the bolt and a pin in the receiver behind the trigger as a additional safety. trigger will only work when the pin fit into the hole in the bolt.







to speak clearly there is NOTHING wrong with ch4d die sets, just a side note the cases sized with this die set dont fit completly into the chamber of this rifle. its the very first time that I ever heard about problems with ch4d and the problem is not realy clarified. the bolt can not completly closed, maybe 0,5mm to little. probably a chamber with minimum measurments?

dont want to talk bad about ch4d this is the exception of the rule



the stock without cap is pleasant especially in bad weather but allways delicate


stutzen M 38 SN 373 in 8x58RD




bolt was modified with a new bolt sleeve




not my cup of tea because I trust in the wing safety but other want it more modern








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