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Written on: 10/05/2009 by Muleskinner (1 review written)
The Yugo Mauser M48 is a fine addition to any marksmen's collection. Although there are several types of ammo available I find the "198gr SWAT" round to work best for me. At 100yds with iron sights I shot 2 1/2" groupings, at 250yds,(limits of my eye sight) I shot 4 3/4" groups. Being former military may have helped my marksmanship, but I believe anyone who knows their way around a rifle could do the same. I've heard others speak of the bolt being "sticky" but that does not seem to be the case… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/01/2009 by jdmainjr (1 review written)
The Yugoslavian M-48 Mauser rifle shot well with some heavy surplus. 1.5 inches at 100 were more than satisfactory for me with the iron sights. More than I can ask for from most new weapons. All types of ammo that was shot, ran well, and ejected quite well. Excellent. This rifle was well made. It was cleaned out, and oiled. All of this was done rather easily. All numbers matched. Wood was in excellent shape and was blond in color. Strong bright rifling with several blueing wears on… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/10/2008
Shot high at 100 yards. Installed a high front sight and filed it down till it was on at 100 yards with bottom hold… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/03/2008 by billcavazos (1 review written)
The M48 is a very good rifle. Wood finish is a little rough. Great improvement to sand with 200 grit then 150. Finish with 0000 steel wool. Apply a high quality tongue oil finish. Let dry go over with steel wool and repeat till desired finish… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/10/2005 by Vaxian (1 review written)
These Yugoslavian M-48 Mauser guns are showing up everywhere on the surplus market in varrying states of condition. I paid $199.95 for one in like new condition.
Mine shoots decent groups at 100 yards but always shoots high.
At 100 yards if I aim 3-4 Inches under center I can hit the center consistently.
I have found ammo to be in the $3.00 per 20 rounds range and very plentiful.
Most of these guns were stored for many years and are in Primo condition. I have also found used and abused… Read Full Review
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