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One78Shovel 12-28-2011 1:31 PM

6.5x55 Sweedish Mauser Oberndorf 1899
 
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DennisCA 12-28-2011 1:41 PM

All I can say is...WOW!

What beautiful gun!

Paulie Lugnuts 12-28-2011 2:09 PM

NICE!

Garp 12-28-2011 2:47 PM

Waffenbuilt +1

C&Rtrader 12-28-2011 2:52 PM

nice pick up! that thing is awesome

mj1 12-29-2011 8:38 AM

How can you not like them, good catch.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v1...k/2d7246d1.jpg

mls343 12-29-2011 9:29 AM

Wow, MJ - very nice!

big103 12-29-2011 3:24 PM

Nice Swed I need to get me one.

Mojaveman 12-29-2011 7:02 PM

Absolutely beautiful.

They shoot as good as they look.

One78Shovel 12-29-2011 7:22 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mojaveman (Post 7750545)
Absolutely beautiful.

They shoot as good as they look.

Straight-

Mine is a tack driver. Don't shoot it as much as I used to but when I do it's woody time.

-178S

mj1 12-30-2011 8:55 AM

That is one fine looking rifle. I have a friend in the UK that shoots 900 meter contests and 1100 meter international with his and wins most of the time using the 139g Senecar and RL22. He let me shoot it at Bisley and I couldn't wait to get home and buy one.

..MJ..

mosinnagantm9130 12-30-2011 10:47 PM

:D:D:D

jigenax 02-11-2012 4:18 PM

Nice! I used to have one from the same year but had to sell it. Still regretting doing that but now I have 2. Made in 1909 and 1911... and still looking for more.

Gunsrruss 02-11-2012 4:27 PM

Reloaders
 
I have a good load for the swede. 44.5gr of 4350 IMR on a 140 Nosler. OAL should be in the 3.130 range. It will shoot real good at 1,000 yards. I use a scope, but if you flip the sight up and bring it down to the bottom that was a 1,000 yards on my rifle using PMC ammo

SVT-40 02-28-2012 11:27 PM

Nice birch stock on that rifle!!. The Swede's used Birch, Elm ,Maple and a few different types of Walnut to make stocks. They can be real gems!!

Here's a few pics of a Maple stocked M/96

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http://i177.photobucket.com/albums/w...h/IMG_5882.jpg

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Mark 1 03-01-2012 10:48 AM

Nice Swede, does it shoot as well as it looks?

SmokingSam 03-01-2012 11:08 AM

Love them Swedes!!! I have a 1912 and a 1917...They shoot fantastic and now that I can reload (BTW, thx for the reloading data above) I will be shooting them a lot more...

SVT-40 03-02-2012 9:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mark 1 (Post 8137501)
Nice Swede, does it shoot as well as it looks?

They all do. I've never had a Swedish Mauser which was inaccurate.


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