The Motherland's rifles and what else have you. Probably a military/gun blog with some funny stuff.
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This one's probably been asked before, but I'll ask it anyways. Do you have a favorite/a few favorite firearms? Do you own any of them?

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I am far too deep in to have just a few favorite firearms.
I have always really wanted a C.96 Mauser in decent physical condition with a good barrel.
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And i do own several guns that i have great appreciation for, and most of those are my small collection of Mosin Nagant rifles.
I deeply appreciate the history that milsurp  rifles are associated with, and find that i can learn a lot about history and culture through them.

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What is the best gun ever made?
Anonymous

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The Chauchat
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It was used by the French, Americans, and even the Germans.
Far better than any of its competition due to its sheer reliability in the most adverse conditions and extreme accuracy.
Also,The robust magazines featured innovative mag windows that made reloading swift and easy. As well as the tactical wood foregrip that was way ahead of its time.
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Originally in 8mm Lebel, It was converted to other calibers like the German 7.92mm but the best version was the one which utilized the American .30-06.
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They were truly magnificent weapons.
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Just kidding they were absolutely shit.
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