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    het, im kind of jumping ahead and not read all post but sportsman guige has some mauser barrels for sale.i hope i help some just out of time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by perry View Post
    het, im kind of jumping ahead and not read all post but sportsman guige has some mauser barrels for sale.i hope i help some just out of time.
    They have a good deal on unissued M48 8x57 barrels, in the white, about $60-65 for anyone looking to replace a worn out barrel. I suspect they are fully chambered, but not certain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MUSIBIKE View Post
    A 7.62X39 MAUSER sounds quite cool!!!
    I just ordered a 7.62x39 chamber insert for one of my 1891 Argie 7.65x53 rifles. The round looks to fit the bolt head and extractor well, and is closer fit than the other small ring Mausers. It is one of those inserts you install with loctite and can remove with a broken shell extractor.

    The round feeds well from the single stack mag, its just a little too long. If it works out to shoot well, I will buy or make something to modify the follower and mag area. Suggestions are welcome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7.62x39 View Post
    If there turns out that there is enough interest in one, I will add a bolt gun forum. What do you guys think?
    I'm in.

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    This is the fixture I used to mount the scope rail.
    There are hardened drill bushings that fit into the holes you see on the top of the fixture.
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    I used these to drill the stock for sling swivels.
    They drill the pilot hole and face the stock square at the same time
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    I fashioned a bolt handle out of a 5/16" X 4" bolt.
    Pics of it roughed out and ready to weld.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 7.62x39 View Post
    This is the fixture I used to mount the scope rail.
    There are hardened drill bushings that fit into the holes you see on the top of the fixture.
    This is the best fixture. I got the scissor action fixture for scope mounts and sights, which cam be used with barrel in, but not as quick or foolprof. I could use all the "foolproof" stuff I can get, LOL...

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    Firing pin assembly, ready to go into the bolt.

    Left) Original Mauser firing pin, spring, bolt shroud with the military 3 position safety and cocking piece.

    Right) Assembled unit with titanium FP, extra power spring and sporter style bolt shroud with no safety mechanism (which I moved to the trigger)

    The FP/spring change makes a huge difference in the lock time on a mauser. The factory FP on these things is freakin heavy. Lock time is cut by over a third by going to the light weight pin and heavier spring.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wpflgun View Post
    This is the best fixture. I got the scissor action fixture for scope mounts and sights, which cam be used with barrel in, but not as quick or foolprof. I could use all the "foolproof" stuff I can get, LOL...
    That fixture works with the barrel on, no problem, but the receiver has to be out of the stock.
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