I was in a gun store that had a huge selection of WWII era fire-arms. Some of which were wall-hangers, but it looked like most of them were shootable. The action on the mausers was amazing, and they just felt really good. It was just a bolt, but I couldn't believe how smooth a 60 or 70 year old gun could be. Besides the obvious moral problems with owning and shooting what was quite probably a Nazi gun, what would be the cons of having an old Mauzer for target practice and maybe some deer? (If it's large enough caliber to be legal) Ammunition might be hard to find I guess. Any ideas? It was just such a pretty gun.