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    Swedish Mauser -Right forum?

    Hello first question post and thanks for any information. I read all replies and always try to respond
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    I was wondering if a converted M96/38 1900 Obendorf with a 23.5”barrel will fit into a regular M 96 stock. Would the difference just be length? It looks to be just an altered M96. Are all bbls stepped? Are the steps the same length? Is there a way to tell if a bbl is cut or replaced.? Cheers much appreciated. (Repost from wrong forum )

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    See #10 on.It will save a lot of work. the 96 is a longer stock.

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