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I have just received my new Ljungmann AG42B. It's a great shooter and I look forward to the comming competitions.

It is made in 1943 and have the serialnumber 6380 B. The initials is S.S.

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Niels
 

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Don't forget to pack a lunch when you go out to pick up the fired cases;)
Every time I see one in a gun store, the action is always open. The trigger snappers never can figure out how to close it.

I hope you have the little rubber bumper on the bolt carrier to keep the fired cases from being damaged. I believe SARCO still has them

An M1 thumb is a little owie compared to getting it caught in a AG42b when the bolt closes.:laugh:
However I set the sight on 1 at a hundred yards and it shot the centre out ot the target!
 

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AG42 Thumb!

I hope you have the little rubber bumper on the bolt carrier to keep the fired cases from being damaged. I believe SARCO still has them.

An M1 thumb is a little owie compared to getting it caught in a AG42b when the bolt closes.:laugh:
+1!!
I have both an AG42B and a Hakim, and the Hakim got me first, so I exercise due caution with the Ljungman.

PS: I can't find the rubber bumpers at SARCO.
 
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