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Hey has anyone seen anything like this? I have had this in my collection for years and have never found out anything about it.

This is not a bubba and came from Finland in this configuration. It is extreemly accurate and has had severe bolt and trigger work done where it could be considered "hair".

Any input welcome.
 

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It is not an official conversion. It could have been a sniper rifle "miscellanous" model, which were made during the WWII with various scopes and mounts.

The bolt head and connector rod looks a bit weird.

So, I don´t have a slightest idea what it is. It could be one of the misc. snipers, but I am not sure.
 

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It is not an official conversion. It could have been a sniper rifle "miscellanous" model, which were made during the WWII with various scopes and mounts.

The bolt head and connector rod looks a bit weird.

So, I don´t have a slightest idea what it is. It could be one of the misc. snipers, but I am not sure.

Lemmy,

Thanks for the reply. I enclosed a pic of the trigger lock work for your review. You can see that a "pin" was added to the trigger that thus the need for the channel in the bolt. This creates a super hair trigger. Any idea of a scope mount that may work based on the pictured configuration?
 

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I'll bet it was for a warner swasey. Just looks like it would fit.
 

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That is a Interesting M39 and the stock on yours Tuco is stunning and that mount how was it attached? I would like to see a full size picture of it the gun.
 

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Its for a side rail PEM set up.
 
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