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Old 09-17-2013, 9:48 PM
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Scandinavia (Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, and dependencies) is known for its cold winters, skis, Ikea, hot women with blonde hair, and very fine firearms! Show us what you got!

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Denmark

M1889 Krag-Jorgensen - 8x58R Danish




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Norway

M1912/16 Krag-Jorgensen - 6.5x55




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Sweden

M1896 Swedish Mauser - 6.5x55




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Finland

SVT-40, Finnish Captured - 7.62x54R




M39 Mosin-Nagant - 7.62x54R


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Old 09-17-2013, 9:51 PM
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It's all about 'MERICAN!! Guns! All kidding aside that SVT is effin gorgeous!!
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All beauties but that SVT40 is exceptional. Love your M39 too, that is next on my list.
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Very nice collection Syntax.
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Swedish Mausers



Finnish M28 and M28/76. I also have a couple of M39's but no pictures.

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I like that Finn target rifle...ever shoot it for groups? I bet that thing can be sub-MOA with the right ammo!
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I like that Finn target rifle...ever shoot it for groups? I bet that thing can be sub-MOA with the right ammo!
I shot it once, in a club competition. I even handloaded special 7.52x53R - yes, 53R, not 54R - ammo for it. That is the ammo the rifle is designed to shoot.



At first it grouped horribly so the other guys helped me figure out the problem: the action screws weren't tight. So I tightened them and it shot much better. I'm sure I can't shoot up to the capability of the rifle.




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If the receiver on your M28-76 had a D166 it was dialed in/designed for the Lapua D166 projectile just like your Lapua bullets on the pic. My M28-76 has the D166.

Here are couple of pics of mine:






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Danish rolling block 1887
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Madsen 30-06 with bayonet.
I have no idea how this shoots and it looks so clean inside who knows.


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I had totally forgotten one of my Scandinavian firearms in my initial post - a Norwegian-captured Kar 98K in .30-06:







Good Scandinavian firearms, all! Seems like they're not just good at making inexpensive, single-use furniture!
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M28/76...left hand...with scope mount...and the receiver's an antique!





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1942 Husqvarna M38



1943 SAKO M39/1902 Izhevsk action, NOS stock, still have the wartime pine tar stock also.



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Syntax, I'm VERY jealous of that Norwegian krag, as my family comes from Finnoy Norway, and would love to have a Norwegian krag!
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Do those Krag's have barrel jackets?
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Only the Danish Krag has a barrel jacket. Seemed to be popular with rifles at the time, such as the Commission Gew 88.
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Swedish Lahti.


Finish Lahti.


And probably the weirdest and most traveled Scandinavian firearm...

It started life as a German WWII K-98... The Swedes bought 5,000 K-98's from Germany at the beginning of WWII. The Swede's converted them to 8x63mm, and used them as light anti armor rifles, then issued them to their heavy machine gun squads, as the Swedish heavy MG of the day was also chambered in the 8x63mm cartridge. After WWII some of the rifles made their war to Israel, where they were converted to 7.62 Nato, and served with the Israeli army. In the 70's a number of Israeli rifles were sold to Guatemala, and were heavily used until they were sold to Century Arms and imported into the US...

The only way to ID these "Ex German Ex Swedish Ex Israeli Ex Guatemalan" rifles is the Swedish "GB" inspector proofs on the left side rail. I looked for years to find one of these.





Lastly a pretty Finn marked Swedish M/96 rifle.




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'35 28/30

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Early Tikka 1891 (1926).
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Center and right are my Finn M27's.

The left one is a M91 Tula, but it is a Finn-capture.
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Some of the 96 and 38 followed by few 94 with revolver and semi auto, the rolling blocks later with the Finnish Mosins
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You want to donate one of those '94 carbines?!?!?!? That's a beautiful collection!
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I hate you.
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Good lord...I envy you with all those m94 carbines! I'll try to snap a photo of mine and post it as well
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Those Swede Mauser carbines are just awesome! Makes me want to get one now.
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Nice collection vive.
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'41 VKT M39 ... post war stock


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Finally, after about a six month hunt, I got the correct stock disk screws, straight from sweden...
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yeah f*** you guys with your pretty guns! just kidding, very nice, I only have 1 m96 swede but i'm ok with that, it's a sweetheart. someday i'll get piad more than I should too...
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technically, this is a Scandinavian Rifle. Danish FKF Garand

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I do remember that I had a M38 Husqvarna. Pristine and made in 1944. I sold it.
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Where can I find a Danish Krag?
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I just have to make do with one Scandinavian rifle, this lousy old (1917) FSR rifle.



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MJ, I take my hat off to you.
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Okay, I could put up pictures of Swedish Mausers, or a Norwegien Krag 1912 short rifle, without the iron collar bracing the bayonet mount. Or all kinds of Finn Mosins (including Model 1924). But I figured I would toss this one out for you guys to ponder. Who knows what is it, where it is from, and what it shoots? It had me stumped for quite a while, even after I bought it. For around $65.

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Mannlicher in 6.5?
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Nope.
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