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    Suspect the biggest issue will be finding ammo. Although Tradex lists Prvi 139 grain FMJ. It uses a regular .308" bullet. Don't even think about trying to figure out why it's called 7.5mm. That'll give you brain damage.
    Slug it from the receiver end.
    Brownell's sells RCBS dies at $79.99US. Lee makes 'em too.

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    As they say " a pic is worth a thousand words " .
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    " Fate whispers to the warrior, ‘You cannot withstand the storm.’ The warrior whispers back, ‘I am the storm. " .... " And I looked , and behold a pale horse ; and his name that sat on him was Death, and Hell followed with him."...." Where we go one , we go all "....

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    I don’t.

    That said, there is no excuse for restricting use, carriage, or possession of those rifles or any other firearm.
    Gun Control is about making it unlawful for you to use, carry, or possess a firearm.

    All restrictions/prohibitions on the use, carriage, or possession of firearms must be repealed.

    Middle ground?

    What middle ground?

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    Ok, i'll do my part.

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    And as always, have a nice day!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CLW .45 View Post
    I don’t.

    That said, there is no excuse for restricting use, carriage, or possession of those rifles or any other firearm.
    Replace rifle and firearm in this phrase by Lee-Enfield no4mk1* and i'm in your team!
    And as always, have a nice day!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kegcaissy View Post
    Replace rifle and firearm in this phrase by Lee-Enfield no4mk1* and i'm in your team!
    My Lee-Enfield and your Lee-Enfield sitting by the bayou ...

    Both are covered by “any other firearm.”

    Welcome!
    Gun Control is about making it unlawful for you to use, carry, or possess a firearm.

    All restrictions/prohibitions on the use, carriage, or possession of firearms must be repealed.

    Middle ground?

    What middle ground?

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    I had one of these and it shot really well. I had to buy the ammo in the US (7.5MAS) and import it
    Calvin Martin, Q.C. 1933 - 2014

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    "...Replace rifle and firearm in this phrase..." No!. It's all rifles and all firearms. In the old days of trying to fight the FAC, the skeet and trap guys thought they'd never have to worry about being persecuted. The FA shocked 'em big time. It's all of our toys. Not just particular types or models.

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    I had one, a partizan built one during Nazi occupation, they are a well designed rifle but because the bolt is a rear locker the brass stretches a lot and is not a good round to reload because of this. It is basically on par with a .308 Winchester but comercial ammo is loaded below the .308 Win. level.

    The pressure is rated at around 40,000 CUP or about 295 MPa (42,800 psi). The original military brass is highly prone to head separation when reloaded above 40,000 CUP. The reason is that the military cartridges were made with a specially scored internal annular groove between the head and body to purposely weaken the case and prevent reloading by enemy forces, which had apparently been a problem at one time for the French when they occupied Morocco.
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