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Hey guy just gonna share my newest Finn. It's a 1942 M91 with a round reciver and a Belgium barrel.. All numbers on it match ( bolt, reciver, and barrel). It is not counterbored, has a pretty clean barrel actually! Has awesome Finnish on the metal and the stock is perfect IMO.Under the buttplate it has a marking im not sure of.Enjoy guys and any knowledge shared would be appreciated!!
 

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Don't see many round receiver M91s. Finn B barrels were assembled post war, which could be a good reason why the bore condition is so good. That, and if someone shot it, they took care of it and cleaned it well. Nice find, congrats!
 

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Awesome guys I sure appreciate the feedback ill have to take it sort and look for the leige proof. I was so excited web I found it but didn't actually kno how unusually it was. I knew a round reciver was rare but didn't no the combination was fewer than 12!! Does anyone know what the stamp on the stock is?
 

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they are also sometimes hidden below the wood line line the same area as Miller Tyme referenced. Denny
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Welcome to the club :) Great find. Congrats.
 
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