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Old April 13th, 2018, 05:31 PM #1
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9mm Husgvarna WWII

http://www.gunsinternational.com/gun...n_id=100962676


Can anyone tell me the pro's & con's of this gun in decent condition if someone is asking 600.00 for one .

This is just a link and not the actual sale item .
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Old April 13th, 2018, 06:41 PM #2
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The Finnish examples are well regarded. The Swedish were said to have used somewhat inferior steel.

They are great freezing-weather pistols, as you might expect. I haven't priced them lately, but I think $600 is a good price, IIRC.
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Can anyone tell me the pro's & con's of this gun in decent condition if someone is asking 600.00 for one .

This is just a link and not the actual sale item .
As long as the frame isn't cracked from shooting hot sub gun ammo, I'd be interested at $600. Serial numbers with a D-prefix were issued to the Danish police (a desirable feature, especially if police marked), so you might ask about that.
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Thanks to the both of you .
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they tend to have cracked frames do to an added slide accelerator which compensates for the colder climate. its not necessarily from sub gun ammo/
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The accelerator pushes the slide BACK not forward.
The slide tends to crack at the cutout for the accelerator...
so you could argue that it's the accelerator's fault but it's really due to the hotter ammo stressing that point.
See middle of this page for animation (it's the best site for overall info on the M/40 I've found, as well as M1907 etc).
http://www.gotavapen.se/gota/m40/pist40_1.htm

Note the accelerator was removed from many slides...(3rd slide variation).
Pic shows where to look for cracks in the slide.
http://www.gotavapen.se/gota/m40/pist40_2.htm

Page showing field strip:
http://www.gotavapen.se/gota/fieldstripp/stripp_p40.htm
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funny I just built two of these on new frames... PITA but they are super clever handguns.
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The accelerator pushes the slide BACK not forward.
The slide tends to crack at the cutout for the accelerator...
so you could argue that it's the accelerator's fault but it's really due to the hotter ammo stressing that point.
See middle of this page for animation (it's the best site for overall info on the M/40 I've found, as well as M1907 etc).
http://www.gotavapen.se/gota/m40/pist40_1.htm

Note the accelerator was removed from many slides...(3rd slide variation).
Pic shows where to look for cracks in the slide.
http://www.gotavapen.se/gota/m40/pist40_2.htm

Page showing field strip:
http://www.gotavapen.se/gota/fieldstripp/stripp_p40.htm
http://www.gotavapen.se/gota/m40/pist40_2.htm
if i'm not mistaken the pics of cracks are of a 2nd slide variation with the accelerator.
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