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Got 30-06 western field rifle wit Fran montdale4by32 scope on it cant find any info about scope or rifle on line?

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2008-03-12 01:10:13
2008-03-12 01:10:13

More information is necessary. If the rifle has a 4-lug bolt head, it is the same as a Mossberg 810. Research the 810 for info on this rifle. It may be made on FN Mauser 98 actions, in which case it will be like any other Mauser 98 sporter. Otherwise, it will be German made by Heym and is either the same as a Mauser 2000 or Mauser 3000 action. The scope, on the other hand, is almost impossible to describe these days. It will likely have Japanese optics.

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