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Last year I bought several sported Swiss rifles--two 1911's and a K31. Granted, they do not look like much, but they are great shooters. These will never be re-mill'd, so I had no qualms about drilling and mounting a scope base on one of the 1911's.




I put a Bushnell 10x40 scope on it and zeroed it at 50 yards with 3 rounds of gp11





Then shot 5 rounds of GP11 at 100 yards. This was my first and best group but all of them were pretty good.



I shot 5 rounds of Hornady target ammo at 100 yards and got this:



I would like some kind of strap on cheek pad to assist in getting a consistent cheek weld. Anyone have any suggestions?
 

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Those rifles are real shooters and manufactured by real craftsmen. I can't stop myself cringing at hacking such a great rifle though. Mine's will be staying as intended.



 

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very nice looking 1911, scots.

Understand, I love Swiss rifles and have a number of them in original condition. I would never do this to an original condition military rifle. I bought these (for not much more than the magazine costs on Gun Broker) in the condition that they are, because I've always wanted to know what a scoped 96/11 could do.

I also got this other sported 1911:




And this sported K31




All of them are incredibly accurate. The sported 1911 did this with iron sights at 100 yards


A tad over 1"
 

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This rifle is very powerfull. I just knocked uout my eye when shoot from it. Now I can`t go for hunting for a long time (5-6 monthes) for rehabilitation. Don`t you know anything about esport? It`s the only thing i can now spend my days watching various tournaments. look over here how cool was the esl one birmingham
 
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