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  1. Mil-Surp/C&R/Black Powder
    Though not exactly rare, I've been collecting Swedes for a while and just finally came across one with an elms stock a couple of weeks back. Due to the scarcity of walnut during WW1, they switched to elm for 1915 and 1916. The elm is definitely seductive! Being all matching with a range plate...
  2. Mil-Surp/C&R/Black Powder
    I’m not very well versed on milsurps so I need some help. I picked this up at a flea market type shop. It may be Swedish ( Im guessing). Info appreciated. Thanks
  3. Gunsmithing
    I had enough time in my shop during my Thanksgiving Weekend.... (NOT turkey day.... THANKSGIVING!!) to work on my Rolling Block. This is a Swedish made Remington Rolling Block dated 1869 on the side plate. The Bannerman company screwed it up when they "sporterized" it and bored it out to 24 ga...
  4. Mil-Surp/C&R/Black Powder
    Not sure where to put this post to be honest. Whether here, or in the Good Deals Thread or in For Sale (even though it's not mine). I've just found a beautiful M96 Swedish Mauser manufactured by Carl Gustafs with a date of 1911 stamped on the barrel. Shiny bore with strong rifling, a nice stick...
  5. Reloading/Ammunition
    I’ve recently picked up a really nice M-96 Carl Gustafs manufactured in 1913. While I have loaded for many older military cartridges, I’ve never loaded for this rifle/cartridge combination. What I am looking for is any advice from experienced shooters who can perhaps pass along a little...
  6. Firearms Gallery
    Its beat, a little battered and bruised but all i really care about right now is it being a shooter. It could be restored, and probably will be one day, but i do not have the funds right now. Sarco has good stocks and everything else that is missing. It is drilled and tapped for a peep sight but...
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