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The Zastava M91 (7.62x54r with adjustable gas block) Rifle should be arriving to the states. Contact Century Arms to ask for the offering of the Zastava M91 (7.62x54r with adjustable gas block) soon! http://www.centuryarms.com/contacts
I'm new to the St Louis area and I am trying to figure out where all the gun ranges are and what they support. I've visited quite a few of the indoor ranges and as expected, they don't allow steel core ammunition, does anyone know of any ranges in the area that allow it? I have all sorts of steel core or bi-metal jacketed ammunition, but I haven't seen a place that is willing to let me use it. The three outdoor ranges within 1hr drive were the hopefuls, The Busch and Jay Henges ranges don't like steel and the last hopeful in Arnold, MO (Arnol Rifle and Pistol Club) is invite only. Sure, these spam cans will last for another 40 years no problem, but they are my only realistic means until I get some spare cash for bullets/brass for 5 different calibers. Sidenote, anyone have any favorite .54r or .308 rounds for deer hunting? If all else fails, I have a German K98 that shoots like a dream with Remington Core-Lokt.
Greetings all, I'm looking to get some glass for my Vepr 7.62x54r, and have narrowed it down to 3 of the POSP options. I'd like some advice on pros/cons of the different ones. 3-9x42 from Kalinka, $330: http://kalinkaoptics.com/catalog/product/view/id/343/ 3-9x42V from Eastwave, $339: http://www.eastwavescope.com/index.php? ... 68&lang=en 4-8x42VD from Eastwave, $299: http://www.eastwavescope.com/index.php? ... 69&lang=en Is the zoom versatility between the 2 Eastwave options worth $40? If so, is there any significant difference between the two 3-9x42 options (other than the $9)? Any other options I should consider, or other vendors to look at? I'm specifically looking for the zoom capability and the large exit lens, and I want to stick with the side rail mount.