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Re: One a little different from Germany
Reply #15 - Aug 30th, 2017 at 7:27pm
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Learned today that the reason it looks like a Germanized Fraser is that it likely is a Germanized Fraser. There was a smith in Vienna who was importing Henry and Fraser actions, doing his thing and passing them on to the trade. The proof date marks fall between 1893 and 1912 so it is over 100 years old and still capable of less than 1 MOA. (See the Reloading thread)
  
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Reply #16 - Aug 30th, 2017 at 11:31pm
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Just saw your latest post. Cast bullets, rimmed case, and a beautiful rifle. Great combination. 4759 is all that I use in a Finn model 27 Moisin Nagant rifle.They as you probably already know discontinued this powder and when what I have is gone hopefully will be able to find a replacement for it. I've had this rifle for about 25 years or maybe longer and always cast bullets. Thanks for sharing a beautiful rifle. Frank
  
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