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Discussion in 'Military Surplus' started by Personofinterest, Jan 7, 2017.
If this has been posted before, my apologies.
The link has been around a long time - I remember checking it probably ten years ago when I first got into M96's and then the M94. But thanks for posting it for those of us who might be new to the field of Swedish collecting.
It's all good - like I said, some of us may not be aware of the link
That's a great link for those needing info on the swedes. Dutchman knows his stuff!
First Swede for me. Just wanted to spread the info.
I'd like to hear the specifics. Swedes are about the coolest of the milsurps imo. What year and manufacture?
Carl Gustaf 1917
very nice. the swedes can be very accurate. at the military bolt shoots you have 10 minutes for ten shots. the swede likes you to wait the full minute between shots!
what are the marks on the disc at?
There isn't a mark on barrel section Of the disc. Last range trip put 4 out of 5 on steel at 200 yds with some ppu ammo. That is saying something with these 67 year eyes. Lol I'll get better pics when I can get better light.