The 2-As are like the No1 Mk3s except made in 308 Win.Crobar said:Those M94 Swede's are sweet my brother has one,they are getting pretty hard to find no one seems to want to part with them.I have never had a chance to shoot the Enfield. one in a 308 would be a nice pick up but I've have not came across one yet,did it come in a #4 mark 2 version.I have a 8mm in m48 Yugo and7.62x54r in a 91/31 and m39 Finn and had pretty good luck with the 8mm ammo from yugo and rominia,the 7.62x54r chezk and albaian ammo shoot's pretty good also.only bad batch of surplus ammo i have gotten so far was from equador in 8 mm.looks like the primers went bad.I reload for the 6.5x55 and the k-31.
Went to the gun show in Birch Run last weekend they still have some 24/47 and k98 Mausers for a fair price.
for a military gun. I have the Hex reciever and the rounded type. Have shot the shorties too [44/38s] and your right about the fireball. Much similar to a carbine Rem 30-06 auto/pumps.Crobar said:I think the iron sights on the Mosin Nagants are the easyiest to see myself,that 91 is it a dragoon those are real old,from the days of the Czar.My 91/30 is a Tula with a hex reciever it points great and really likes the silver tip ammo also.the 44 and 38's are fun to shoot if you like the flames but have a bit more kick with those short barrels.
My brother has a beat up 8mm turk he put on some mojo sights and will break clay pidgons all day laying on the 100 yard berm,people will walk down ask him what he's got and what he paid then walk away shaking there heads when he tells them 80 bucks.They cant believe it and they are shooting 800-1000 dollars guns when you add in the optics.
The #4 mark 2 they say has the best trigger of all the Enfields have you found this to be true with yours.