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Swedish M96 with Wooden Bullet Handloads

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8 thoughts on “Swedish M96 with Wooden Bullet Handloads

  1. Why did Eric call it a blank if it’s capable of knocking steel down at that distance? I always assumed blank loads were not supposed to leave the muzzle

  2. Nice! Load some 140 grain solid point, especially bonded core like core lokt bullets and you would have a sweet deer gun too! I’m all about what can drop a whitetail at 200 yards for cheap ! 😁 Very cool way to have utilitarian ammo or plinking ammo to shoot an old gun

  3. My uncle was the commander of an anti tank unit in WWII. Somewhere along the line he picked up a “Mauser carbine”. He said he carried it loaded with wooden bullets, and that he was told those rounds were used by German snipers to shoot towards their own lines without harming their own troops. He was shocked when I researched wooden bullets and told him they were blanks. He had carried that rifle from mid 1944 to the end of the war so loaded. ( The “Mauser carbine”, possibly a G33/40, he donated to the USMA museum.)

  4. This channel is addictive, I used to only watch on the odd weekend then it turned into a quick view during the weekdays. My friends all started to watch… You guys make interesting informative videos. Thank you!

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