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  1. Hei jeg har en liten sporsmal... i nasjonalt regelverk for pistol, NAIS, jeg leste: "Fin(8F)Alle våpen, unntatt enkeltskuddspistoler, kamret for 5,6 mm (.22") -8,1mm (.32"). Avtrekksvekt: 1000 g." "Grov(8G)Alle våpen, unntatt enkeltskuddspistoler, kamret for ≥9 mm, unntatt magnumladninger. Avtrekksvekt: 1360 g." fordi magnum er bare nevt som forbudd i beskrivelsen for Grov (8G), og det star bare .22 i stedet for den vanlige .22lr i regelverk fra NSF betyr det at .22 magnum og .30 carbine (faktor 211) er tillatt i Fin(8F)?
  2. about the svt-40, im not sure about that...i have personally seen hundreds of them in german and austrian gun dealer warehouses a few years ago, they aren't as rare as one might think. many of the ones from the batch i saw in germany have been deactivated later because there where no buyers for them and sold for less than 600 euro's including the 200 euro deactivation fee and i know there are still many in stock at the main arms dealers in eastern europe. so customizing or altering one svt-40 wont be that bad. svt-38 is more rare and the avt-38 is a whole different story as they are the really
  3. Hi Ole, thank you for your reply. i didnt think about the lack of primary extraction but now you mention it that does seem like a real problem that would cancel the whole idea. also what you say about the "spooky" part with future law changes. i guess i just have to look into the regular bolt actions more to find something that is both exclusive and functional. (i have so many difficult ideas, like for example a revolver or gsp with a Rink formgriff stock and 16 inch barrel to qualify as a rifle but it's always to complicated . i'll learn at some point i guess. than
  4. i read that most semi automatic (military) rifles are not legal anymore for sportshooting and hunting in norway. but is it legally possible to have a norway gunsmith buy and convert a semi automatic military rifle (like AR-15, garand, svt-40) to manual straight pull action? (conversion by removing all gas operating parts, and using a barrel without a gas port, like they do in england?) I have seen the Troy P.A.R rifle for sale in norway but i dont like pump action so that is no option for me.
  5. sorry, it is not possible to convert Glock 20 to 9mm if it has to be reliable. some people used a lone wolf conversion barrel and a different recoil spring but it has many problems and must be used with +P ammo to get it to cycle and even then will fail many times.
  6. the 1911 22lr copies usually have a zinc alloy slide just like alarmpistols have and they can sometimes break if you accidentally drop it and sometimes after long or rough use. also because of the zinc alloy you cannot use surface finishes like phosphate or blueing, only paint or cerakote. the material is a bit similar to moped carburettors. another problem can be thin barrel, they heat up when you shoot a lot and change the point of impact. if you use it for fun like plinking its no big problem but if you want to use it for competition or for many years its better to get a
  7. if it is marked 17-5 it is probably not stainless steel but hard chromed after it left the factory. this is fairly common with 17-5 models.
  8. are there any shooting competitions in norway where a pistol in .30carbine caliber is allowed, like AMT automag 3?
  9. thank you for the reply, it helps very much. i will be at the forest this summer to have a look how much space there is and make the backstop direct behind the target and as big as possible to catch all bullets and make sure no bullets can escape. thank you for the link, it is very helpfull
  10. i am not sure yet, i read the exam can be in english but dont know if they do english classes anywhere. but i will try to do the course in norwegian after i learn better norwegian.
  11. M67, thank you for your reply. i have a piece of forest on the side of the mountain where i want to shoot at a 25meter target with .22lr rifle. behind the target there is about 40 meters of my forest before the neighbours part of the forest starts. my target is a metal bullet trap 1meter high and 1 meter wide. do i have to make some kind of sand hill behind the target to make sure no bullets go to the neighbours land? does anyone know how high and wide the sand hill should be so i can safely shoot without breaking any laws? it is an old forrest with
  12. hi, i am new in norway, i came from the netherlands. jegerproven is what i hope to do this year or next year and i like rifle shooting and archery. norway i visited since i was a little baby because my father was born here and lived here many years and most of my family lives here. i have many things to learn and maybe 100.000 questions because shooting sport and laws were very different in the netherlands. so far i had mosin karabin 1946, african trade flint musket, high standard supermatic citation, husqvarna rolling block hagle, uberti model 1858, and some other "things"
  13. Hei, Jeg brukte google translate fordi jeg ikke er flink til å skrive norsk ennå: Jeg har en skog i fjellsiden omtrent 70 meter bred og 450 meter lengde rett opp på fjellet. Skråningen starter i bunnen 15moh høyde til 500moh høyde og tomten er flat i bredden. Jeg vil begynne å skyte med heldempet .22lr rifle over en avstand på 25 meter. å skyte i retning toppen av fjellet er bedre, men vanskelig å sette et mål, så jeg vil skyte i bredden for da kan jeg lett sette ned et blinke. Naboenes tomt starter deretter 40 meter bak kulefellen.
  14. ah jeg forstår, den vanlige historien om turden som ble etterlatt når hjorten allerede er borte 😂 Det kjenner jeg igjen fra da jeg bodde i eu-regionen. Takk for forklaringen. 👏
  15. Hvilken politiker brakte 5.7x28 løgnen til Norge? 😱 Han eller hun er veldig feilinformert. Utrolig at gamle "brady campaign" løgner fra amerikanske demokrater har kommet til Norge. 😵
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