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As my missus is not too keen on having it in the house.
The government-run clubs are not too keen on storing member's weapons at the ranges, usually due to limited space.
Blade Length - 19" (482.5mm) Handle Length - N/A Total Length - 21.65" (550mm) Muzzle Ring Diameter - .735" (18.7mm) Issued with: Vetterli Model 1869/71, Model 1871 Stutzer Manufacturers: Unknown Description: The models 18 bayonets were very similar in appearance.
However, the 1871 is said to be slightly longer, with a more industrial (? Description: The Model 1878 Bayonet is a huge blade, and when mounted on a Vetterli, the combination stands 6 feet in height.
Blade Length - 18.9" (480mm) Handle Length - 4.37 " (111mm) Total Length - 23.6" (600mm) Muzzle Ring Diameter - .725" (18mm) Issued with: Vetterli Model 1881 Manufacturers: SIG Neuhausen Description: The Model 1881 differs from the 1878 in only minor ways.
First the crossbar on the Model 1881 is 7mm thick rather than 6mm.
It should be noted the 1878 is fullered one one side only. A musician variants existed where the handle groove was filled in and the muzzle ring lacked the contours to fit around the Vetterli's front sight (see picture).
Another problem is that you are usually a member of a 'verein', not the particular range (which are usually shared by many veriens, especially in big cities) and you would only be able to shoot when the guy (the Schtzenmeister) is there as he wouldn't usually give you access to the safe.
The rules about keeping it at home are really lax though- you just have to keep it behind a locked door basically, so the cellar will suffice.
Hi all, Thinking of getting a K31 and joining a firing range in Basel, but am a bit shy and was wondering if anyone here is already a member of one in Basel. Hi all, Thinking of getting a K31 and joining a firing range in Basel, but am a bit shy and was wondering if anyone here is already a member of one in Basel. Ok as the k31 does not need a WES, you need your criminal record extract (20chf at post office) and an ID but that ID is normally your niederlassungbewilligung/ permanent resident permit.
I have joined 2 soccer teams in Basel and although I speak German I was still very much still an auslander and Im feeling like the gun clubs will be the same. I have joined 2 soccer teams in Basel and although I speak German I was still very much still an auslander and Im feeling like the gun clubs will be the same. There is another route without a permanent residence but you need to show a licence from your home country.