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    Nice looking lever action there mawzer308 I'll bite what is it and what length? Good looking pad on the end there too

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    Norwegian Kammerlader (Breech loading Musket).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sideshow View Post
    Nice looking lever action there mawzer308 I'll bite what is it and what length? Good looking pad on the end there too
    I reckon 450 Marlin,and short.
    Sako Rifles,Browning shotguns,Black Labs.There is nothing else

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    Can I ask what scope you are running on it.

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    @Sideshow Marlin 1895G 45-70, 18.5inch barrel. Certainly does the job pushing 350gr projectiles at 1950fps.
    @erniec Its a Weaver 2.5x20

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    Quote Originally Posted by norsk View Post
    Norwegian Kammerlader (Breech loading Musket).
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    norsk I take it that the charge goes into the breechblock whilst vertical. Then lowered and the primer goes onto the nipple forward of the trigger guard. The hammer then strikes up! Never seen one of these before. Nice way of keeping your primers dry. What is the reloading time like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sideshow View Post
    norsk I take it that the charge goes into the breechblock whilst vertical. Then lowered and the primer goes onto the nipple forward of the trigger guard. The hammer then strikes up! Never seen one of these before. Nice way of keeping your primers dry. What is the reloading time like?
    Your onto it!

    Once the Kammer (chamber) is charged,the cap goes on the Nipple.You push the block down and crank the handle forward where by it cams into the end of the barrel.

    Reloading time is at least twice as fast as a Muzzle loader.
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    A great thread revised I see. Thanks to everyone for taking the time to show off some lovely firearms.
    Heres my meager addition to it

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    Some awesome firearms on here, thanks for sharing everyone. I can only dream of getting a few more at the moment. Here's my entry. The very first rifle I owned and still have it.(only had it for 4 years) it's a BSA CF2 in .308win. I love it started reloading for it and getting good results. I just need to negotiate more time away from the family. Haha bloody hard with two small boys 3-1/2 and 14 months old. Got a 4 night trip coming up start of march though that the BSA will be joining me onName:  IMG_2213.jpg
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    Hey i41do2 that's pretty awesome looking wood you have there on your cf2 would you mind giving us a pick of the other side! Do you know if it has been restocked at some stage? Most of these came with a rollover check peace. Also had white spaces between all the plastic caps and recoil pads. If it's not been restocked then it might be one of the deluxe cf2 models! Although I think all had a hogs back our step at the back off of the check peace. Do you know it's age?

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    Gday sideshow, not sure of the age but when I first joined the forum someone told me about a bsa site you could look up based on the serial number. It might have been you. But I have a 3R version and think it was 82-85. I've taken a few more shots for you here, hopefully you can tell me more about it. My friend imported it from the UK, that's about all I know of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by i41do2 View Post
    Gday sideshow, not sure of the age but when I first joined the forum someone told me about a bsa site you could look up based on the serial number. It might have been you. But I have a 3R version and think it was 82-85. I've taken a few more shots for you here, hopefully you can tell me more about it. My friend imported it from the UK, that's about all I know of it.
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    Looks like it might be a restocked job that you have there i41do2. BSA - John Knibbs International Ltd Here's the web site for what's my bsa? If it's a 3R then made between 73 to 86, yours looks nice and tidy!
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    Sweetas, cheers mate, yep it was you that told me about this website. Thanks for that

    Yeah she's a very nice rifle. action is a little clunky compared with the weatherby, one day i'll get it tuned when mortgage and kid expenses allow. haha

 

 

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