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Old March 20th, 2018, 03:55 PM #1
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Another Finnish Used Remington M91 with Stock Disc

I've been on a logistically themed Finnish stock disc kick lately. Here is another Finnish M91 that is something of a mixmaster compared to the last one I posted. In addition to the stock disc and Finnish Army markings, it has an interesting serial on the left side of the barrel that is very similar to Civil Guard M24 serials.

The stock disc is roughly translated as follows:

HAutoK = Helsingin autokomppania = Helsinki Truck Company
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Wow, that looks great!
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There are Finn Remingtons and there are Finn Remingtons. Def. a notch above the norm! I've got a pile of Finn MNs and nothing with an intact stock disc. Green w. envy!
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Thanks to all for the comments.

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There are Finn Remingtons and there are Finn Remingtons. Def. a notch above the norm! I've got a pile of Finn MNs and nothing with an intact stock disc. Green w. envy!
From my experience, less than 1% of Finnish M91's (including acquired Russian M91's) and less than 5% of Finnish M27's have stock discs intact. The highest percentage of intact stock discs are on M27rv's (around 20% or more), but those are certainly cost prohibitive to acquire.
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