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I picked up a nice Husqvarna m38 last week and I have a question on the sights. It has the older rear sight (graduations start at 100m and not T marked), and the front sight is stamped -0.50. Has this rifle been adjusted for the m/94-41 round? I don't have a camera yet, sorry for no pics. Hope Everyone is enjoying the new sight as much as I am. Denny
 

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M-38 sights

The -0.50 front sight blade was used to zero your rifle to the M-94 ammo . No 2 rifles shoot the same when manufactured , so there are a number of differant front sight blades to make adjustments for the correct zero . Your rear sight has markings for the M-94 trajectory & that will not work for the M-41 ammo . You could possibly change the front blade & adjust it to the 100 meter setting with M-41 ammo , but the rest of the graduations will not be correct .
 

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Swede, Thanks for the clarification. It is what i kind of figured. Denny
 
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