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One of My favorits. Theres no flinching with this baby. With the set trigger, it is a hair trigger and better be on target when you put the trigger finger any where near it. I loved setting the trigger and handing the rifle off to the shooter. I always made sure the muzzle and the shooter was pointed in a safe direction when I handed off the rifle. 8 out of10 would have the gun go off before they had the rifle half way pointed at the intended target :lol:
Can hit 2 1/2 gallon milk jugs with no problem out to 5 hundred meters :p
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Aloha Steve,

That is really awesome! That's a rifle, I only get to see in magazines and maybe, just MAYBE on a dealer's shelf...

I never got to shoot one of them yet... :cry: But it looks like a real "all business" rifle!

Cool rifles you have in your collection! Thanks for posting these pics for us!

Aloha,

Tom O.
 

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Ah, so good to see the SSG. I've got the same P-II version; bought in Berlin before the the collapse. Topped off with a Carl Zeiss aus Jena 3-12X56 VZF I bought in the East (for a song, of course). Stock is a McHale. Yep, my favorite weapon for many, many years. Now, if I can just get it muzzle threaded for a Vortex.
 
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