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Here's 'anudder, just for fun:

What would you say is more rare?
A.) '39 dated M38 in a real hardwood M38 stock, or:
B.) Triple dated MO marked 91/30 with a round receiver (Obviously, with a first date after 1928)?

The winner is...?


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Whoopsie, brain fart. M38 edited for that part.

Trumps them even with the round receiver?
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I'd say a 1939 M38, even in a second pattern M38 stock, trumps a round receiver triple date MO M91/30. I double checked the MO page at my site and unless I miscounted there are 7 rifles like that listed there. I may very well have more in my e-mail that I haven't added since I haven't updated that page in about 6 months. There are also several triple date M38s which are round receivers. I've seen very few 1939 M38s for sale and only own a couple, one of which is in an M44 stock.
 

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I say 39 dated M38 in a real hardwood M38 stock because there doesn't seem to be that many around.
 

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I'd say a 1939 M38, even in a second pattern M38 stock, trumps a round receiver triple date MO M91/30. I double checked the MO page at my site and unless I miscounted there are 7 rifles like that listed there. I may very well have more in my e-mail that I haven't added since I haven't updated that page in about 6 months. There are also several triple date M38s which are round receivers. I've seen very few 1939 M38s for sale and only own a couple, one of which is in an M44 stock.
Thanks for checking up on 'em Ted. Now to find one...

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