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    Quote Originally Posted by Iggy View Post
    When I was 14 years old, 62 years ago, I went elk hunting with my Dad and a couple of brothers. One evening in camp, a couple of guys from CA, who were camped nearby came over to visit. One of them spotted one of the brother's 30-40 Krag Carbine and asked if he could look at it. Upon inspection, he asked if it was for sale. The response was NO. The guy pulled out his check book and said, "put a number in there!" The owner said it isn't for sale.

    I looked for years and years for a decent krag carbine and either the price was more than I could afford or they were too humped up to even think about restoring. This is just so darn nice, not mention rare, that I would never consider selling it.

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    That ol boy put a lot of game in the freezer with the one he had.
    The more I'm around people, the more I like sheep, and I hate sheep.

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    The Krag is on my list of got to get rifles. I have wanted one ever since 1977, but just never get around to seriously seeking on. I do remember that is had the smoothest bolt action of any rifle I have ever handled, even up to today. And it shot straight and true out to around 400 yds.
    I borrowed an 1898 from a friend the 1st year I went deer hunting back in 1977. I lost the rear sights somewhere out in the boonies, and there was way to much snow to go back looking for it. I got back home gave my friend the rifle back and told him the rear sight fell off and I would replace it no matter what it cost.
    Well that was a very expensive rear sight. It cost me nearly $200, and it took nearly 6 months to find the correct sight.
    Lesson learned, never borrow a gun you can't afford to replace.
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