- Dec 28, 2009
- Latrobe, PA
Nice. I have a 1948 M44 and I love it! Very simple to use, but straight to the point!
CDFingers":1np22gry said:It is through collecting Finnish MN's that I learned about Finland's fight for independence. Well done, is all I can say. I have a small library of "Winter War" and "Continuation War" (as we call them here; what do you call them?) books. I'm also looking for a "Lotta", but I do not hold out hope, unless I sell my house.
CDFingers":33406zlu said:Golly, it's stepped, but it's stepped in reverse! That's a puzzler. The front site protector is different from the m39's I have, as is the barrel.
I'll research more, but I may not find it. I thought of a 1942 m91rv Cavalry rifle, not carbine, but I've never seen under the stock of one. WAG.
CDFingers":10mockvf said:Due to the shadow, I might have guessed a M28/76, but the front site is not what I expect. So, what is it?
CDFingers":3p5megjt said:Here in the states we believe that the markings just behind the front sight, 7.5 for example, indicate the height of the front sight to prevent the soldier from filing down the front sight. Is this belief a fiction?