All my early ones have unmarked magazines but IŽll check in a couple of days which one is the earliest with markings.
And I second what
I have a 7x33 which is SN 27XX. The magazine is unstamped, but of course since the rifle is presumably older than I am I have no way of knowing if the
Very very nice, I bet someone was grinnin'
Thanks for sharing
MMm, that's interesting I wonder if any where stamped in this way?
I wonder when the mags where first stamped, I always assumed when other calibres
I checked on those two 8x60 'J' bores I used to own.
Both are stamped 8x60, as mentioned, I made the cases out of 30-06 which was no trouble and
Thanks SS for the reply,
I had not picked up on the branch that had been placed in the mouth.
I agree that it is a positive thing and feel
The mag on that rifle is not marked at all. The mag on my other 25-20 is marked 25-20 if I remember correctly? I'll check in a few days.
G'day Robbo, nice line up mate.
It refers to the action size. XS is extra small, for the 222 family of cartridges and S is for small -the 308 family of cartridges.
Nice collection, but I think you sold the pick of them! I love that old bofors .308 win.
A sako .222 and a Kahles
Thanks for that info, ss! You would think that Sako would have marked the barrels differently, but you never know.
If I owned an 8x60 it
May be dumb to ask but I don't know the difference between the Varmint XS and S.
Please someone clear this up for me.
Well I checked out a new place on some private farm land on the weekend close to the hut we built above. One invite seems to lead to another, so am starting
very nice Robbo,I especially love the L461