1894 norwegian krag in .22 cal

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siderail
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1894 norwegian krag in .22 cal

Post by siderail » Mon Jul 04, 2016 1:05 pm

Am bidding on a rifle full length,no bayonet lug and has a globe front sight and a receiver rear sight missing the slide. All parts have a different three digit number with a period prefix. What am I looking at?   Thank You

reincarnated
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Re: 1894 norwegian krag in .22 cal

Post by reincarnated » Mon Jul 04, 2016 2:37 pm

I know they existed, but that is all. Any markings visible on barrel?  How does the extractor work? Can you tell? 

With any .22 of that period, the ammunition was apt to be corrosive.  Pay attention to the description of the bore.

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swedelover
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Re: 1894 norwegian krag in .22 cal

Post by swedelover » Mon Sep 14, 2020 12:45 am

just curious was there ever a 1912 in .22caliber?
i have a m1912 with a full military stock in very good condition the reason i ask is that i can not get a bore gage to fit
i have a full set of bore gages for my swedes
any comments would be welcome
swedelover

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Re: 1894 norwegian krag in .22 cal

Post by Bjarne » Tue Sep 15, 2020 7:15 pm

Hi
In the late nintenfiftis som 3000 M94 vere converted to .22lr from used rifles and parts. The barels were driled exsentric so that the cartirge lined upp betwin the extractor and firing pin.
Bjarne

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