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Egyptian FN-49 8x57mm

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In this video we take another old Egyptian workhorse to the range for some fun. The FN-49 is a great autoloading battle rifle used by several countries in many different calibers including 8mm Mauser, 30-06, 7.65x53mm, 7mm Mauser, and 7.62x51mm NATO. These rifles have a rich history and are extremely collectable. Hopefully you enjoy this look at an interesting military surplus rifle, many more to come.

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7 thoughts on “Egyptian FN-49 8x57mm

  1. saw one of these at a gunshow yesterday in .308 (i believe ) huge mag in it…. i tell you what its a BEAST of a gun in person ..sadly they were selling it for $2,000 way outta my price range

  2. I don’t understand why the FN-49 is so overlooked. I own a beautiful Argentine Navy contract rifle in 7.62x51mm NATO which I picked up for well below what this rifle should be worth. An FN Herstal manufactured semi-automatic battle rifle in 7.62 NATO easily goes for 4 figures or better. Think FN-FAL or SCAR Heavy. My rifle is comparable to an M1A in features and performance yet I picked it up for around half of what an M1A usually goes for. This has got to be one of the most under-appreciated rifles on the surplus market. Plus it’s a C&R gun.

    I suppose I shouldn’t complain, though. It’s because it’s under everybody’s radar that I was able to snag it at the price I did.

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