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  1. Mil-Surp / C&R
    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
    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
    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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