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Old 03-31-2018, 02:00 PM
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Hi all, I need the forum's help to identify the manufacturer of an old rifle. There are no other markings on the rifle other than a serial number. The manufscturer is probably (east?) European, ~ww1 time frame. Thanks!
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Old 03-31-2018, 02:11 PM
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Got any other pix, like maybe the action , stock, barrel, etc? Pretty hard to identify a rifle by the buttplate.
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Old 03-31-2018, 02:13 PM
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That there is an old Husqvarna logo.
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Impressive!

But what rifle is on my work bench now?
Would be more impressive if the Model 1887 Husqvarna revolver in my gun closet didn't have the same mark on it.

I imagine one of your rifles is on your bench right now. What do I win?
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This buttplate looks exactly like one that was on a rifle i had.
It was a Husqvarna single shot. .22lr. Bolt Action. The Gun was, beside the caliber and a crown on the action, only marked with the word "Sakrat" near the safety. This means " Safe "in Swedish lanquage, were the gun was made.
Many Germans refer therefor to this gun as a Sakrat Rifle.
Deepside the good quality of this guns they are, at last here in Germany,
of very low value. You can buy them around 50 to 100 Euros over here.
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Old 04-01-2018, 07:50 AM
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Would like to see the rest of the rifle.
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Would like to see the rest of the rifle.
I would too!
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As would I!
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Yeah, yeah, today is April 1. Ha and ha.
If by some wild chance it is not a prank, ever stop to consider it may not be the original buttplate for the rifle. The screws certainly don't look very original. I think you're just jerking our chains.
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Old 04-01-2018, 01:34 PM
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Is a rifle attached to that butt plate?
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I think you're just jerking our chains.
My thoughts exactly.
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I have a circa 1929 Husqvarna M46 rifle in 9.3x57 and although mine is in perfect condition it's a match, also matches the buttplates on a couple of Husky shotguns.
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That there is an old Husqvarna logo.
Thanks for the quick response! It's indeed a Husqvarna - after looking at images on the web it appears that the gun is a model 622.
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Thanks for the quick response! It's indeed a Husqvarna - after looking at images on the web it appears that the gun is a model 622.
Happy to help.
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Impressive!

But what rifle is on my work bench now?
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This buttplate looks exactly like one that was on a rifle i had.
It was a Husqvarna single shot. .22lr. Bolt Action. The Gun was, beside the caliber and a crown on the action, only marked with the word "Sakrat" near the safety. This means " Safe "in Swedish lanquage, were the gun was made.
Many Germans refer therefor to this gun as a Sakrat Rifle.
Deepside the good quality of this guns they are, at last here in Germany,
of very low value. You can buy them around 50 to 100 Euros over here.
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Excellent Guess!

And you win the Grand Prize! :b thumb:
I was going to guess a CZ, but you've already given the prize away.
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