Your carbine has the bayonet lug , so it would be called a M-94/14 . The bayonet lug was adopted in 1914 and many of the carbines produced before that were updated . The true M-94 is hard to find .
Looks like a French walnut stock with some fiddleback in it . At least it was not chopped and drilled & tapped for a scope . The mismatched buttplate would probably indicate the wood does not match either . Looks like an Interarms , made in Sweden disc ????? Not a bad find from a pawn shop .
Now you need a M-38 & M-41b sniper !!!!!
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