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Went to one of my standard shops today after a range trip. They had a strange group of rifles from a single collection. All of them were intact in terms of parts, but were heavily polyurethaned with lots of personal "engravings". Collection included an 1891, 24/47, Turk Mauser, and a 1907 Carl Gustav Swede. Bolt and receiver match as well as buttplate and maybe some other parts; floor plate does not. The blue is nice, but some of the small parts have the owner's initials scratched into them. The stock is heavily poly'd and has lots of carved writing. It's possible that it could be salvaged with some sawdust/shellac combo. Bore needs cleaning but had strong rifling. Rifle has threaded muzzle with blank fire adapter attached.

Price was $149.95, didn't seem flexible on price. I just don't need another project. If you want an intact Swede that would make a good shooter and possibly a good restoration, email me and I'll pass along contact info.
 
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