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Somebody please search the correct links, because they have changed, but the manuals are still available online !
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luno_AK4
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Posted - 07/06/2004 : 11:45:54 AM
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both are in swedish

cleaning and maintenace
http://www.fmuhc.mil.se/fmpub/pubdok/SoldRKarbin.pdf

shooting
http://www.fmuhc.mil.se/fmpub/pubdok/SkjutRKarbin.pdf

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jim in Oregon
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Posted - 07/06/2004 : 1:33:23 PM
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lunoAK4, Interesting that the Swedish Army has a 2004 publication of the manual for the M94/14 carbine.
I then assume there are at least some M94/14 rifles still in active military service?
Are there any 2004 manuals for the other Swedish rifles?AG42B, M96, M38 Mausers?Jim


luno_AK4
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Posted - 07/06/2004 : 2:04:19 PM
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the FMV have plenty off rifle (M/94 and M/96) still in storage.
The army is still using the karbin M/94 for display so thats way the are still making new manual for it.i think there is a M/96 manual from 2002 but i am not sure
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Edited by - luno_AK4 on 07/06/2004 2:05:08 PM

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Hah! I just knew that there had to be a newer thread - and indeed I found it now, together with pics which I shall try to append at the end. (Carcano)

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kriggevaer
Posted - 09/07/2005 : 9:49:51 PM
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This is so cool!

http://old.gunboards.com/uploaded/kriggevaer/20059721479_Karbin m94-14-cover01.jpg
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Dutchman
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Posted - 09/08/2005 : 12:36:02 AM
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I like the funky old manuals:)

These manuals have been sleepers on the collectable militaria market. Probably because there are few of them in the U.S. I have several from 1922 to 1980.

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kriggevaer
Posted - 09/08/2005 : 1:44:50 PM
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They are scarce! So far, I only have 1969, 1978, 2004 originals. I've got copies of parts of others, but will keep looking for originals. I suspect they are getting harder to find in Sweden also, just because of the march of time and wear and tear.
 
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