m96 rarity by date

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Woody_be wrote: Mon Jul 10, 2017 8:46 pm And off course mine is a 1917...still a great shooter

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I have a 1915, second most common years, elm stocked, #3 barrel, m96b that will shoot m.o.a. when the guy shootin' is doing his job. Funny you see quite a few rifles from the WWI years that seem to shoot just a tad better than the rest. My m/41B is on a 1918 receiver.
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CG 1901, rank 17, one of 16028.
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Here's mine, a factory refurbished Carl Gustav, anno 1901. Rank 17, one of 16028.
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Wow! I just checked my list in the pile. I actually own a 1924. Just another one of "them old army rifles". :shock:
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How about the Husqvarna M96 Mauser long rifles made, I believe, for the Swedish FSR teams? I understand they were made for only two years, 43 and 44 I think. What is the rarety rating for those?
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Is there a working chart?
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Mine isn't rare but I like it just the same. Haven't taken it to the range in a few months so I need to get off my butt and take her out...soon!
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Original post updated to provide functioning production chart.
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