Todd, if the Swede is in fact a model 94 or 94/14 carbine, then the fact that it has been drilled for mounts is going to reduce the value a good bit. On the upside though, the screw holes can be filled with small screws such as the ones used on rifles drilled from the factory but not supplied with mounts. This would at least make the holes less noticeable. All of this depends on if it really is a carbine, and not a cut down infantry rifle. On the Argentine, I would look at it as a parts piece as far as value goes, but it may make a good trade piece, or a project for someone who is interested. If the Swede is a carbine and only drilled for mounts, and without being able to look at them myself, then I would think that I wouldn't offer more than $350 for both since the Argentine sounds like a train wreck.