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Old 07-04-2009, 02:46 AM
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My new 7-2 ko carbine



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I'll get some better photo's later.
But there is something about receiving one of these guns...
It came with a lil box with cleaning equipment and tools, a long cleaning rod a some scope rings. And lot's of mags.
I've put a couple of rounds through it and it's a definite shooter.
Barrel has been threaded for a suppressor.
I'll take some photo's of the full kit soon.







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Old 07-04-2009, 04:12 AM
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Your Russian Rifle

The stuff we can't buy in the U.S. - I bet you're not living in America.
Great looking rifle. I'd buy one just like it if I could.

Could you take a close-up photo of the receiver nomenclature and related information.
In particular the specific model number.

Has your rifle been customized?

By the way, the store you bought your rifle from, does it have a website?
How much did you pay for your rifle?

And, more pictures ... please... if you would - aom22.
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Old 07-04-2009, 06:29 AM
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Yes sorry I'm new to the site so I haven't gotten round to filling in my personal details etc.
I live in New Zealand.
These photo's were taken as the rifle just came out of its box a day ago.
No mods besides the threading of the barrel for suppressor.
As I said I'll take some more detailed photos in the next day or two.
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Old 07-04-2009, 03:09 PM
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Weird - silencer no problem - semi auto a no-no!! what are the requirements for a moderator purchase there? here its almost like buying a full auto-photos-fingerprints- leo/ judge sign off- $200 tax stamp -delays- more trouble than I want.
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Old 07-04-2009, 05:16 PM
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NZ is OK with suppressors which you can use with a standard 'A' firearms license. On firearms packages the gun shops will often include a basic suppressor as well as a scope, especially with rimfires.

You can also use suppressors on centrefires e.g. .223 up to .50 calibre. They have some local companies who specialise in making them.

Suppressors help to protect your hearing, and while you still get the slap from hi-vel shots the boom is tamed. They're very handy for hunting as the suppressor can confuse the direction of the shot, or you might get another one away before they wise up. Some use suppressors on the gun range for target, it's up to the individual and whatever club rules might apply.

Semi-autos - both rimfire and centrefire - are fine on the same standard license in NZ (I think in Australia there are semi-auto restrictions but someone else can confirm).

NZ has some restrictions on things like pistols which can only be used on a gun range and not for hunting (to use a pistol requires further approvals for an extra endorsement) as well as restrictions on some long gun types (e.g. full auto etc).

NZ police have a list of approved firearms, but if you're just into general game and target, most things will qualify. The most common centrefire style here is bolt action, and I think the same might apply with rimfires (though semis like 10-22s are also very popular).

Also, NZ doesn't register the firearm(s) or accessories - they register the firearms user who must meet safety, security and other criteria before they can get a gun license.
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Old 07-06-2009, 04:20 AM
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New Zealand Gunstores ... Export Firearms

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NZ police have a list of approved firearms, but if you're just into general game and target, most things will qualify....
Are New Zealand gunstores allowed to export firearms to the U.S.?
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I'd buy one just like it if I could....
Could anyone provide a weblink to a list of New Zealand gunstores.
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By the way, the store you bought your rifle from, does it have a website?
How much did you pay for your rifle?
Or, could anyone provide the website for a gunstore that carries the Izhmash BI-7 KO ver. 05 and is willing to export?

If not the complete rifle ... then, just the stock would be would be fine.
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That a neat Biathlon Basic, one of the many versions.
Give use a range report & we love pictures...LOL
Looks like it has the trigger with all the easy adjustments.

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A very sharp gun, badbui!

Like aom22, I'm wishing it was sold in the USA

Enjoy that beauty -- and give us more pics and a range report, please? If I can't own or shoot a gun like that, at least I can enjoy hearing about it!

Happy and safe shooting!
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Old 07-06-2009, 05:52 PM
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Are New Zealand gunstores allowed to export firearms to the U.S.?

Could anyone provide a weblink to a list of New Zealand gunstores.
Not sure, depends really on US Customs.

Here's a few: www.reloaders.co.nz, www.guncity.co.nz, and google will bring up others. For suppressors, try: www.gunworks.co.nz, www.highcountrysport.co.nz, among others.

p.s. the BB 7-2 KO is not that common here, but the reviews say it's a great shooter. am hoping to get one myself at some point.
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New Zealand Source of BI 7-2 KO ver 05

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... Here's a few: www.reloaders.co.nz, www.guncity.co.nz, and google will bring up others...

p.s. the BB 7-2 KO is not that common here, but the reviews say it's a great shooter.
am hoping to get one myself at some point.
Well, I've done a google search ... seems only about three nz gunstores have websites - none list the BI 7-2 KO ver 05.

By the way, I have it by a good source. a few more BI 7-2 KO ver. 05 are available in New Zealand.
I'm sure they will be long gone before I would get a chance
to make arrangements to purchase one for myself.

I really envy you guys in New Zealand.
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Old 07-06-2009, 06:21 PM
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Sorry been busy this week so haven't updated pics etc.

Although...I had some suppressors made to mimick the sv-99.
These one's won't actually fit cause they are standard 1/2unf and the gunsmith had to thread 5/8unf to preserve the crowning. So yeah I'm getting a new one made up.

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Pseudo SV-99 Suppressor

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... Although...I had some suppressors made to mimick the sv-99....
What? A pseudo SV-99 suppressor?
Dude you are making me want to scream with envy.

Aarrrrgh ... life is so unfair!!!
Please post more photos.
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Larsen/Izhmash Recruit Rifle or BI 7-2 KO ver. 05

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Like aom22, I'm wishing it was sold in the USA....
This is the closest relative to the BI 7-2 KO ver 05
that can be purchased in the USA.

I happen to own one.

Izhmash Recruit Rifle

IZHMASH 7-3 Cadet rifle

IZHMASH 7-3 Cadet rifle

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Russian Rimfire Forum STICKY Index

badbui,
I just included your thread in the Russian Rimfire Forum STICKY Index.

Sticky: BI-7-2 KO
My New 7-2 KO Carbine
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