By Dean Weingarten
Arizona -(Ammoland.com)- I was seated in the Eykamp farm kitchen in NSW, Australia when Donald Eykamp stormed in and shoved a paper in my face.
“Look at this!” He exclaimed. “That is a Dakota rifle! One of the most expensive production rifles in the world! They cost $5,000 each. Look at the ebony fore end, the wrap around checkering, the grip cap, the classic peep sight, the short fore end, the inside the trigger guard magazine release, the Model 70 end of the receiver! Not one of these rifles have ever been used in a crime!”
I have two of them in South Dakota! I know what they look like!
Dakota Arms is one of the highest priced production rifles on the market.
The picture of the iconic Dakota Arms rifle is in an advertisement purchased by the Australian government for its ongoing firearms amnesty. During July, August, and September, the government will be allowing people to turn in firearms to the Australian government without arresting them for illegal gun possession.
Firearms that are unregistered, but which can be registered, will be allowed to be made legal. So, an …Read the Rest