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No , m/94's have been seen dated as late as 1918 . Since the wood is numbered in the barrel channel , we cannot say for sure the wood matches .
 

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I have also one CG 1917, all matching. The conversion to 94-14 have nothing to do with production year or serial number of the reciever/ rifle/ carbine.
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Pushing up on 2K...that almost fills my gas tank!!
Just go out and buy a new $65,000 EV you silly goose.. Anyone can do it! Why not grab 2.

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I've stopped using the term "crazy" for what's happening with prices today.. But I'm still amazed with what some folks are paying for certain rifles. It makes you wonder if these are newer collectors willing to pay whatever it takes for an instant collection or if it's long term collectors just scratching off an item on the bucket list. Nice rifle but too rich for my blood.
 
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So you’re saying I should have bought one a couple years back when good clean ones were going for $600-800? Yeah I might have missed the boat. Guess my M96 will have to suffice for a Swede in my collection.
 

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I have 5 unmodified m/94 carbines dated 1917 in my survey. Interestingly enough, 4 of the five have unit disks marked A4 or A5.
I suppose the one without a disk in your survey is mine. It's s/n 90,089. It's in better condition than the one posted by the Op. Except it has had the V notch deepened although that modification is hardly noticeable. Wow, I never thought the value would go this high & I'm glad I bought it when I did.
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Serial number is 90089, initials are HK, Model 94 (never had an extension), 1917, no disk, and I think the wood is elm. The stock is a tight straight grained wood with no figuring anywhere. I've attached a picture of the stock.
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Serial number is 90089, initials are HK, Model 94 (never had an extension), 1917, no disk, and I think the wood is elm. The stock is a tight straight grained wood with no figuring anywhere. I've attached a picture of the stock.
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Lets see the opposite side of the stock . That is where the disc should be . Need more photos to see if you have an Elm stock ?
 
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