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I think it is really clean has a crown and a fancy C, and CARLGUSTAFS STADS, GEVARSFAKTORI, 1915 across the top of the chamber, SN HK 3368xx and 8xx on the bolt the rings the barrel, the floor plate. I would say the finish is at least 98% very few dings on the stock and as I said the rifle its self looks new inside and out. I went to the range and it is like shooting a 22 up beside my other rifles (I like 45/70's),accuracy is good but haven't had a chance to shake it out much. I don't know if it is any better than the other mausers but it is the most elegant, almost like a trim and fit runner up beside a shot-putter.
 

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Shoots accurate even with a 140gr cast bullet with gas cks, I am going to work up a load to shoot in the military match in August with cast.
 

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Ok, I'm officially confused.

Last night I looked at a rifle with fiddleback maple. But it was a m/96 dated 1917.

We need closer photos of the stock on this. It looks like it might be maple but I'm not sure.

Dutchman
 
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