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Can Swiss 7.5x55 be safely fired in a K-31 Karabiner?


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2012-01-15 13:07:06
2012-01-15 13:07:06

7.5 x 55 is the ONLY ammunition to be used in the K-31.

The Swiss designation for it is 7,5mm Gewehrpatrone 11 (7,5mm GP11)

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