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Lets See All the Milsurp Bolt Action Rifles

Discussion in 'Photo Album' started by coolhandluke, May 16, 2011.

  1. Sanjuro82

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    Here's some shots of my Polish M44. Awesome rifle and a hell of a shooter. Wish my camera was better, the stock really is special on this one, wish is wasn't washing out all the detail on the right hand side of the first pic.

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    What type of wood is it (the M94)?
     
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    Walnut. Possibly French.
     
  4. Sanjuro82

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    One more for the night, here's my Ex-Dragroon.

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    Plain BLO it is then. I want to stay authentic.
     
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    These are not my rifles but I found them on another forum. These are two of the prettiest M96s I've seen.

    1898 dated Carl Gustaf M96
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    1915 with rare maple stock
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    Maple stocked M96's are a rare critter, indeed! I also like the elm-stocked examples:

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    Yes, the elm is quite nice too!
     
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    L - R: 1925 CG with Elit diopter; 1911 CG with Faldt diopter; 1913 CG M41B

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    Swede sensory overload!!!!
     

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