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Old 06-01-2006, 2:12 PM
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Default Finnish Civil Guards rifle-model Of 1924

This M24 is the standard barrel m/24

Civil Guard logo on the barrel and no step in the barrel contour.

The barrel is made to the original m/91 specifications. This rifle
is relatively uncommon.


The Swiss made barrels are marked “Schweize Industrie-Gesellschaft Neuhausen”.
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Old 06-01-2006, 2:17 PM
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Here are the rest of the pics,





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Ken,
Where did you find all these nice and hard-to-find Mosins? And how much did they cost you? - Inquiring minds want to know.
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Well? I have a group of guys that hit all the gun shows, we normally have a table or six. I check all the trader boards and auctions.

It takes all your free time and is allot of fun work.

Some I got real good deals on and others I paid a premium for but wanted it so bad I didn't care, but now that the prices have tripled it doesn't matter.

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Well? I have a group of guys that hit all the gun shows, we normally have a table or six. I check all the trader boards and auctions.

It takes all your free time and is allot of fun work.

Some I got real good deals on and others I paid a premium for but wanted it so bad I didn't care, but now that the prices have tripled it doesn't matter.

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This is what I am trying to do as well. Do you have your C&R or a Certificate of Eligibility (COE) Application and Live Scan Request?
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Just a C&R, most of these I didn't need one.
Gun shows is cash and carry.

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Cool Sweet rifle you got there

I stumbled on one in 2001. It also had the lock ring bayonet with the SA mark.

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Nice, have any better pics? Do you know what these are worth now? What did you give 129.00?

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Cool 1913 receiver and $79 at the Big 5




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So by 1913 receiver date you mean a 1913 tang date, is that
a 1943 Tikka M91? Have any more?

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This is what I am trying to do as well. Do you have your C&R or a Certificate of Eligibility (COE) Application and Live Scan Request?
Some Finns are sooo old you don't need a C&R pre-1898
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Some Finns are sooo old you don't need a C&R pre-1898
As is the case with this one, an antique! And actually it is 1898 or older to ba an antique at which point you only need a D. L. to buy on line.


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Ken you jerk. Don't make me bust out pics of my KLP marked M24
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Like you really have one, you going to download a pic from gunbroker?

Watch how this want to be Finn collector scrambles!

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Cool Just a few M-39's we had to thin the herd in 2000




We went British after shooting an action match at Bisley.

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Nice 39's, are those barrel plugs or are they for renacting? Are those VKT's?


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Cool What's a muzzle plug?

Could you mean the dust caps? I got a bag of them in the mid 90's from a Finn. web site. Most countries had them. Keeps the bugs out. The British used a little tea-bag thing with tie straps. Classic is the M1 condum and simplest is the K-98/G43.

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Like you really have one, you going to download a pic from gunbroker?

Watch how this want to be Finn collector scrambles!

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Bahahahaha. Your goading for proof shown here (when I've posted it before on gunboards multiple times), does not overcome the depth of my laziness.
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I thought that was just an example picture.
Can you borrow that pic again?

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