I'm not sure where either of you are getting your info. The bolt looks to be 100% correct for the '95 action. It is the same in the respects questioned as the Swede '96. Which is a slightly modified '95. As far as ammo, if it is 7.62x51, shoot 7.62x51. That rifle looks to have the correct stamps for 7x57. The 7.62x51 Cetme round only existed for a couple of years, although production continued till 1970 or so, it was a training round after the Cetme A was discontinued. I'd just clean the metal and shoot it. Give the stock a few coats of BLO. Do the same every year. Sometimes people over analyze these rifles. The "shoulder" is part of the receiver, not the bolt. Many South american Mausers had a raised peice of the receiver behind where the bolt handle rested that was called the shoulder. It acted like the third lug on a '98.
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Last edited by jpattersonnh; 04-24-2013 at 10:34 PM.