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    i am not sure if i want to buy a 100$ steyr mannlicher m95, the gun seems nice and i like the strait pull bolt, its still in the original 8x56 chambering, and is in good condition, the main reason i dont think i would like to buy it is because every where i look i see that u have to load it with an en-bloc clip, and i havnt seen any instructions anywhere of if u can load it one round at a time into the internl magazine, so if anyone here owns one, can u shed some light on this for me? and plus these clips seem to be verry expensive, so should i buy it?

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    You can indeed load the rounds one at a time into the magazine without a clip. The clip just speeds up the process a bit, which won't matter a whole lot if you're just using it as a range gun.

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    8x56mm ammunition is not the easiest ammunition (or reloadable brass) to find.
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