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Old September 30, 2005, 03:16 PM   #8
Wildalaska
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though they may be useful in indicating the amount of relative wear.
Thas assuming you know the date the disk was put on and how much it was shot thereafter...and of course whether the stock is matching...and of course whether the disk is original to the gun if the stock is matching.

I consiiser myslef to be pretty knowledgeable on swedes...when I look at one for purchase, I ignore the disk as looking cool but giving no info...

Had a Gun Show basement dealer try to explain to me that a unmarked disk was the best You can imagine my response.

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