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Originally posted by boltactionsforever

I am hoping that a survey of the serial numbers on these may show some information to help evaluate these rare guns.....

Any other marking may be helpful also....

Stock markings??

Please list your serial numbers so I can try to compile some information on these guns...

boltactionsforever


barrel markings as follows;
D
#38804 serial number
3600
[SA]
=S=

Chamber marked;
PR
imperial Eagle stamp

Barrel/chamber brass shimmed...trigger pack shimmed

Marathon import...

Not scrubbed non numbered mag floor plate

Stock unmarked with brass nose support inserts

M39 "style" of cleaning rod...

AWO425

Barrel marked 10011, and 3600 presure proove, all other stamps are put on while the gun was proov fired here in Germany. Hex reciever(1898setry), eagle is there. Old serial 54943 on the left side of the reciever.
Bolt is blued and cma from a soviet rifle numbered 5275 on the rib.
Trigger is of M39 type, tuned by the finns nicely. Mag assemblxy also soviet, some stamped follower parts.
Stock is th reinforced type, handguard is much older, has =S= Stamp on it.
Clening rot is a blued M28 type.
The action is shimmed, NO aluminium bushing under the front band.
The rifle is as precise as can be, 1" 10 shot groups with Lapua Match(185grn bullet) are possible. the limiter is right behind the but plate.

Alsky


45023 is the only markings on the barrel and is stamped on the left side of the chamber. 45023 on the bolt body and 5023 on the bolt handle. No number on the mag and 56 on the butt plate. No markings on the exposed area of the receiver above the wood ( I don't recall having the wood off of this rifle. The wood is an older M91 cut-down with a faint SYI stamp in the finger groove. The wood had been refinished at one time to a reddish color. there are three cross bolts reinforcements installed at the following locations. One behind the tang, through the wrist, one below the mid-way point of the rear sight and one at the normal location just behind the nose-cap. CIA import with 99% blue and an excellent bore, not fired by me.

sako92s

nro 100076,left side of the barrel shank.Sako gearwheel logo and later added SA mark on top of the barrel shank.Number 2896 and SAKO gearwheel logo on right side of the rear sight base.Two piece stock,walnut and birch.Magazine is jam -free type,but not HV-marked.Aluminium shim under the front band still present.Trigger is 28-30 type.Rear sight tangent early type with 150 and 200m grooves.Front sight is standard 28-30 type.This rifle is most probably made in March/April 1934.

clay394

Aquired early 28/30 28Oct06, Kenner, La. $200.00
100% blue, turning plum, early cleaning rod, no barrel date, modified M91 stock with wooden dowel replacing crossbolt on forend, no aluminium spacer on nosecap, no HV magazine, but magazine has a cutout.
Front & rear sights are of the M39 type.
Serial # 33262 SAKO SK.Y.

352/32 beneath barrel
S 85400
Rear sight base serial #154
SA stamped
262 on bolt, magazine follower not matching.
Must have been refurbed, or never used.
 

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Originally posted by boltactionsforever

I am hoping that a survey of the serial numbers on these may show some information to help evaluate these rare guns.....

Any other marking may be helpful also....

Stock markings??

Please list your serial numbers so I can try to compile some information on these guns...

boltactionsforever

barrel markings as follows;
D
#38804 serial number
3600
[SA]
=S=

Chamber marked;
PR
imperial Eagle stamp

Barrel/chamber brass shimmed...trigger pack shimmed

Marathon import...

Not scrubbed non numbered mag floor plate

Stock unmarked with brass nose support inserts

M39 "style" of cleaning rod...
 
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