The bad bore would be a deal killer for me as I shoot all of my Rifles.If you reload you can try some larger dia. cast bullets in it.Mike
what you said are what make me thinking hard about it, i know the thing has been hell and back, and should be in the hand of someone collects, i am torn that is for sure.Considering they are not made anymore, the original bore was .308-.3095, I've seen sewer pipes that group well, I'd get it.
sadly, i do not reloadThe bad bore would be a deal killer for me as I shoot all of my Rifles.If you reload you can try some larger dia. cast bullets in it.Mike
John: not at all, you have PM from me, have a nice weekendIf your not interested tell the seller I am. Have been looking for a 1930 to fill the void in my collection. Would rather have one in better condition but I probably won't be shooting most of mine anyway. Originality for me would maybe off set the condition of the barrel for me. Hope this is not considered distasteful to offer this? Not a big deal either way, just thought I would mention it. Cheers, John.
i am with you on that, i think i will give it a pass, let someone else have a go at it.Buy rifles you would be happy to fire - That way one would never have regrets - I probably not fired half of my small collection....with little to no regrets, but I do appreciate a rifle with a decent bore.