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Re: THE GUN YOU ENJOY SHOOTING MOST [Re: Bryan C. Heimann] #7465827 03/23/19 02:23 AM
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That would be my Swedish Model 41B Sniper Rifle. It is more accurate than I am. The Ajack scope is so easy to put on target. It will be a sad day when I run out of my hoard of original prickskytte ammo for it. It's only a special occasion fair weather day rifle, but it is the rifle I enjoy shooting the most.
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What a cool rifle! Were they issued with the vertical grip like that?


That is cool. Very unique piece of hardware and curious what the optics look like for a time period rifle like that.


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Re: THE GUN YOU ENJOY SHOOTING MOST [Re: Sniper John] #7466237 03/23/19 05:20 PM
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Originally Posted by Sniper John
That would be my Swedish Model 41B Sniper Rifle. It is more accurate than I am. The Ajack scope is so easy to put on target. It will be a sad day when I run out of my hoard of original prickskytte ammo for it. It's only a special occasion fair weather day rifle, but it is the rifle I enjoy shooting the most.
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Do you reload? That rifle looks like the absolute perfect justification to do hand loads...

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Re: THE GUN YOU ENJOY SHOOTING MOST [Re: Bryan C. Heimann] #7466500 03/23/19 10:33 PM
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Originally Posted by regularguy11B
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That would be my Swedish Model 41B Sniper Rifle. It is more accurate than I am. The Ajack scope is so easy to put on target. It will be a sad day when I run out of my hoard of original prickskytte ammo for it. It's only a special occasion fair weather day rifle, but it is the rifle I enjoy shooting the most.
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What a cool rifle! Were they issued with the vertical grip like that?


Govt Technical Order from 1967.
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Re: THE GUN YOU ENJOY SHOOTING MOST [Re: Sniper John] #7466509 03/23/19 10:49 PM
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Originally Posted by Sniper John
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That would be my Swedish Model 41B Sniper Rifle. It is more accurate than I am. The Ajack scope is so easy to put on target. It will be a sad day when I run out of my hoard of original prickskytte ammo for it. It's only a special occasion fair weather day rifle, but it is the rifle I enjoy shooting the most.
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What a cool rifle! Were they issued with the vertical grip like that?


Govt Technical Order from 1967.
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That is by far the coolest milsurp rifle I have seen!


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Re: THE GUN YOU ENJOY SHOOTING MOST [Re: 2Beez] #7466517 03/23/19 11:07 PM
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That would be my Swedish Model 41B Sniper Rifle. It is more accurate than I am. The Ajack scope is so easy to put on target. It will be a sad day when I run out of my hoard of original prickskytte ammo for it. It's only a special occasion fair weather day rifle, but it is the rifle I enjoy shooting the most.
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What a cool rifle! Were they issued with the vertical grip like that?


That is cool. Very unique piece of hardware and curious what the optics look like for a time period rifle like that.


The rifles originated from M96 service rifles that were specially selected for superior accuracy. Mine is dated 1919 with all serial numbers matching including the scope mount. Ajack 4x90 scope is original and dated 1942. Sling and low sight hood are original accessories for the rifle as well. Reticle picture for reference is very old from a crappy camera. In person it is as clear as any scope. Not pictured, I have the original scope can as well. Not only is it my favorite to shoot. It is the pride of my collection. For those that collect military C&Rs this one was hand picked years ago by Dennis Kroh from the Samco imports. I am protective of it so though not often, I do hunt with it.

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Mine would be my suppressed CZ 527 in .22 hornet, that thing will just shoot!

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