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Woods cases Frf1 possible for frf2


Today i receipt 2 suitcase wooden for FR-F1


EMPTY suitcase transport rifle FR-F1 Wooden case French Army Gendarmerie GIGN
Object located: Located: Satory military base, France
Storage and transport case for FR-F1 rifle (Repeating Rifle model F1). Wooden crate with handle and protective foam.
External dimensions: 1.25mX0.30m, high 10cm
Internal dimensions: 1.20mX0.25m, high 8.5cm
Weight = 5kg.
For storage, protection, transport, decoration, collection, etc...
Object from the 70s/80s from the Gendarmerie
Used equipment with traces of use and of course sold EMPTY

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the wooden suitcase that you bought was manufactured between 1970 and 1985 for the gign, and early arrived from 1985 the GIGN began to receive blue or green fiberglass suitcases, the gign donated the wooden suitcases to the mobile gendarmerie, so that they use to put MAS 49/56 or MSE with APX 806 scope, for this reason it is marked above 13/1, the escadron gendarmerie mobile 13/1, is bases at the camp military Satory, and on the foam you see the top of the 49/56 rifle with APX 806 scope.
 

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According to the retired Gendarme friends of Satory, these wooden suitcases were for the GIGN between 1975 and 1982, and from 1983 when the GIGN received blue and green fiberglass suitcases which were by GIAT with FRF1 in barrel 3 stripes in 7.62 N, at this time the suitcases are donated to the Gendarmerie
 

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I visited Scrome's workshops this afternoon, the reception by busines manager is very nice, production has started, the tubes for the inside of the glasses are being manufactured, the manager will keep us updated as we go along of the progress of the work.

We tested the first aluminum scope bases, these bases are sloped 0.5 exactly the same as Scrome had delivered the army with the J8 scopes at the time

these are not copies they are real scope bases that go with the J8 scope on the FRF2 that Scrome had delivered to the army at the time
 

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I visited Scrome's workshops this afternoon, the reception by busines manager is very nice, production has started, the tubes for the inside of the glasses are being manufactured, the manager will keep us updated as we go along of the progress of the work.

We tested the first aluminum scope bases, these bases are sloped 0.5 exactly the same as Scrome had delivered the army with the J8 scopes at the time

these are not copies they are real scope bases that go with the J8 scope on the FRF2 that Scrome had delivered to the army at the time
Thank you for the update
 

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I visited Scrome's workshops this afternoon, the reception by busines manager is very nice, production has started, the tubes for the inside of the glasses are being manufactured, the manager will keep us updated as we go along of the progress of the work.

We tested the first aluminum scope bases, these bases are sloped 0.5 exactly the same as Scrome had delivered the army with the J8 scopes at the time

these are not copies they are real scope bases that go with the J8 scope on the FRF2 that Scrome had delivered to the army at the time

Awesome update! Thank you !
 

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the mounts that Scrome now manufactures are the same as he had for the army at the time when he delivered J8s to the military, the mounts are made of aviation aluminum, at a slope of 20 MOA it allows shooting with the scrome J8 at 800 - 1000 meters max with the cardrige 147 grains, speed 835m/s - 845 m/s
and with the bullet 167 or 168 grains can shoot up to 600 meters - 800 meters, speed 810 m/s 820 m/s


the origin mounts that we see in steel with zero slope, these origin mounts are designed to mount APX 806-04 glasses, and with two eccentric rings that play around you can have a slope of 20 MOA.


the mounts zero slope origins, if you put the Scrome J8 it allows you to shoot only up to 600 meters to 700 meters with the cardrige 308 bullet 147 grains
 
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