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1945 eh? I'd like to see that.
 

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Better look at the date again . Only one known with a 1945 date . Normal production was 1941 - 1944 . " In awesome shape " , it could easily sell for $600/$750 at auction . With a RARE date of 1945 , probably $1000 & up . Anyones guess on the price ?
 

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Ah, Kittery Trading Post. I've been there. Cool place (at least it was 20 years ago).
 

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:) The odds were stacked highly against you I'm afraid. Wouldn't be the first time that someone thought they might have seen a rare gun and were recalling it from memory. I've done it. :)
 

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In the condition you described , I would jump on it for $315 , regardless of the date . That is a deal in the USA .
 

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Thanks Dutchman, that was really bothering me but I didn't want to be a "jerk" about it.
:) We can be anal can't we. :)
 

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$315 for a nice Husqvarna m/38 would be a super deal...
Up here in Alaska I have run across more m/94 carbines than m/38 rifles... Not that either are seen every day.
 
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