Steyr M95 anyone?
I'm looking at getting myself a steyr M95 but I have some questions.
I know the ammo is hard to find as are the en bloc clips but they aren't impossible and lee makes 8x56R reloading dies so I could probably have about as much fun tinkering with loads as I can shooting.
the current rifle price leaves a little concern however. they are currently neck and neck with mosin nagants for price and having bought 2 mosins I'm well aware that you get what you pay for with crude tool marks and not great accuracy. are the steyrs in the same boat or are there other reasons why they are so cheap?
lastly, is there any major difference between the stutzen and budapest made M95s or do they both carry the same value?
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