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That is a typical FSR rifle ( civilian target shooter ) . The threaded barrel is a military version installed after 1955 to use a blank firing device . The torch bent bolt was done by the civilian or his gunsmith . Only the M41 & M41b snipers had torch bent bolts & yours does not have the mounting holes on the left side for the scope base . The 2 holes are for one of 5 diopters that have a diagonal hole pattern . However , there are 3 different locations for the holes . So , not all are interchangeable . You would need the one to fit your hole pattern . The SM sikte is a civilian version of a micrometer target sight . You would not need that if using a diopter sight .

Here is a chart for the hole patterns of the 5 diopters with a diagonal hole pattern . See photo below :

If your bolt has the #230 on the ball , it is matching .

For $250 , I say you got a great deal !!!!!!!!!!! Congratulations .
 

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D & T = drilled & tapped for the diopter sights . Here is an example of the most common diopter used on Swedish target rifles , the Söderin .
 

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Price varies , depending on the model & condition . A Söderin rear diopter is about $125 . Front sights vary $50/$100 range . EBAY is a good place to look . A few dealers out of Sweden have them . Good guys to deal with .
 
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