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In this video, Tim from Military Arms Channel joins us at the range for some Swiss rifle fun with a very nice K11 carbine. Stay tuned, much more on the way.

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7 thoughts on “Swiss K11 With Military Arms Channel

  1. I sold my swiss 96/11 and k31 now I’m thinking of getting a K11 after seeing this Damn it…

  2. Very nice rifle, but not a private series. A true private series would have the “P” well-stamped in the same font and directly preceding the serial number. What you have is a “privatized” K11, where a soldier decided to keep his service rifle after serving his time in the Swiss military. So, they stamped a “P” near the serial number and allowed him to take it home with him. Nice example in any case.

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