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    Default Military Surplus Guns in York

    Does anyone know of a shop that has Mosins and SKS in or around York? I know they will have them at gun shows but that will be after Christmas. Thanks

    Forgot to also ask what is the best place to do a transfer if I buy on-line. Thanks again.
    Last edited by Bobthetomato; November 26th, 2010 at 01:00 PM.

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    Default Re: Military Surplus Guns in York

    Don't know if Carlisle is too far, but there is a place that has always had Mosins there (Haven't been there in a while)... It's called Cole's bicycle shop, oddly enough... The rifles are downstairs.

    Isn't there a fun, err, GUN show at the farm show before Christmas??? I thought there was.

    There is a nice, little known "shop" (actually a guy's garage, but he's an FFL) up in Perry county I'd guide you to, who has a bunch of Mausers, Mosins, etc. Good luck!

    Best place I've done transfers for online stuff was Mechanicsburg Ordnance. Small shop, small fees.

    I like to support the "mom and pop" shops... No Bass Pro or Dick's for this guy.
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    Default Re: Military Surplus Guns in York

    I was in Layman's gun shop in East Prospect a few weeks ago and he had a handful of Mosins in the used rack. I don't remember the price but I doubt that it is under $100. he tends to be on the expensive side. You may also want to try Dunham's in Hanover. They used to have mosins as well.

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    Default Re: Military Surplus Guns in York

    Quote Originally Posted by bohound View Post
    I like to support the "mom and pop" shops... No Bass Pro or Dick's for this guy.
    +1! and try the classified section on here, ppl are ALWAYS selling them or post a want ad

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    Default Re: Military Surplus Guns in York

    Ha, I'm also in Dover and I have 4 Mosins with no more room in my safe. Let me know what you might be interested in. It will be face to face so save money on transfers. I have to say that I want to keep my M38.

    I have a gorgeous M44, a 91/30 with a round receiver and a 91/30 with a hex receiver.

    I only have one SKS and I want to keep it.

    Here are my Mosins. When I got them I cleaned all the cosmoline out of them, took all the bolts apart and scrubbed them out with kerosene. They have all been fired as well.
    Last edited by Pector55; November 30th, 2010 at 07:59 PM.
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