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Damjan last won the day on October 12 2010

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  1. Ask the IFP in Oakland NJ of they can help you: https://ifp-testing.com/
  2. Mayor: (condescendingly) How did you establish intent? Harry: Well, when I see a naked man chasing a woman down an ally with a butcher's knife and a hard on, I figure he isn't out collecting for the Red Cross.
  3. Try talking to Griffin and Howe, they do services like importing in NJ Possibly Brownells.com as well. http://griffinhowe.com/import-export/
  4. 4 Crows in New Hope,PA Closed for the winter season though.........Keep it in mind when things warm up come springtime... http://www.thefourcrows.com/
  5. Donated what i can and i ll probably donate more soon. Also. I `m willing to contribute a Spam Can of Russian 7.62x54R 440rds ammo to the raffle prizes.
  6. It was great to see everyone since i ve been out of the forum for a few years as i m now in PA most of the time. Looking forward to the next meetup. Many thanks to RTSP and Troy for putting this together and hosting. @Nick....As always you are our Super mod and NJGF Ambassador!!!! @CNJFO .....Thank you for the food and support. @Purple Patrick.....The camo pants were really PURPLE ha ha......Good Luck in your post Henry Rifle life! @Ray Ray........See you at Clinton....Yes...Nagant Revolvers are a useless piece of shit as you know first hand now...but the SW 57 41 Mag is cool....Its my favorite gun. @ABV-AMG.....Sweet Wilson Combat......Shooting it was like listening to the Vienna Philharmonic play on the Blue Danube on New Year`s Eve. To whoever brought the pie...Freehold,NJ shop on the box.......THANK YOU......Pie is a cult food at NJGF since the founding.
  7. I heaven`t been reading NJGF for a while and only sporadically. I really had a good time at the Sbux meetup previous years and will join in at the next one. Hope you all had a good time there....
  8. Ha, I was editing my post when you quoted me. I believe the information form the book more than anyone. I ve read about him in many Yugo forums. With this said.....time to clean out the M48 and shoot that puppy again.
  9. I heavent read Branko`s book but i believe the information.He is the supreme authority on all Yugo Mausers unlike Mitchell ha ha......
  10. According to what i recall form reading some Yugo forums long time ago the production was moved to Germany along with Machines and some workers. So you are correct on this. Zastava was never in the town of Uzice but in Kragujevac. The ammo factory is in Uzice (PPU).
  11. Here is a bit of information on Mitchell as i am somewhat familiar of where he s been getting them for years. Many of Mitchells mausers come from Ex-Yugoslavia successor states where they were sitting in surplus National Guard armories since the early 50s. Yes, The Nazis did take over the production in the 1941-1944 time periods but these guns were made after Tito`s conflict with Stalin in the 1948-1953 tim period. I ve seen pictures of him purchasing them from the Macedonian Army depots in the early 90s when i lived over there. They have no collector value as he embellishes the story behind them and he s been known to re stamp old guns and surplus guns that were used (most were in storage but some issued during the 90s Yugo Wars). So although he claims this you dont have a guarantee that you ll get a 100% never fired gun as Mitchells refinishes some of them and nowadays most i believe. As they became obsolete with the SKS being introduced in the 50s because it was a semi and became the standard Yugo Army Rifle until 1972 (AKs started being issued) they still remained in storage and ultimately were sold to Mitchell and surplus dealers for sales in Canada,US and such. They also were used in classrooms for demonstration and learning the gun and disassembly (we had preparatory classes for 2 years to prepare you for mandatory service) as well as going to the range and shooting them when you "Graduate". I was in the last generation of recruits that went through this process training on an M48 and had an SKS issued to me in Basic Training for 3 months. What you do get is a new shooter grade gun....which you can use and shoot and hunt maybe (a Slovenian acquaintance of mine hunts with it in Alaska). I have one that i bought from a forum member a few years ago and its an M48.
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