Vostock Custom MU12 1962 Olympic Bolt Action Target Rifle with Accessories
Globe front sight and receiver sight. Double set triggers and thumbhole pistol grip stock with checkered forearm, accessory rail, and cheekpiece. I am told that this rifle is 1 of 25 produced. With an accessory case with the following items: manual, serrated hook buttplate, serrated buttplate, 4 buttplate spacers, oiler, shooting rest, extra globe sight inserts, leather sling, and tools.
BBL: 29 inch round
Condition: Excellent. The rifle retains 98% original blue finish showing minor thinning on the trigger guard and some light spotting at the breech. The stock is also excellent with a few minor handling marks. The checkering is crisp.
This is a superb rifle for the small bore enthusiast at a great price.
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225 100 Ft
This range of Russian target rifles has provided economic shooting for several generations of small-bore shots the world over. Popular in the UK after the war, it joined the ranks of Eastern Bloc firearms in offering strong, long lasting, sporting rifles of excellent basic quality. They might be nicknamed "the unbreakables".
Vostock was just one of the subsidised companies of the Republics that typified the norm of "Iron Curtain" countries to encourage sporting excellence, and, whilst this also publicised their products, were understandably prepared to advertise their successes. It was no mean feat for their rifles and pistols to take 3 out of 5 Olympic small-bore shooting records at one meeting (1960) and the determination of the U.S.S.R. hierarchy to prove themselves the best in the world in all things, was accomplished with discipline typical of the times. That not only their rifles succeeded , but that all shooters were from the U.S.S.R. was significant