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Old 12-18-2009, 10:04 PM   #11
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you can get a rough idea of caliber by measuring the bore at the muzzle.6.5 m
.(264) is about 1/4 in. 7 mm(.280) is about 9/32.30 cal is about 5/16.this is rough measure.it does not tell what the case is.

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Doing some searching the attic I found a box of 7mm's
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A true 98 is out as there was no wood behind the rear sight. It is not a Swede as the bolt is missing the cocking tab. The bolt shroud is a 98 style. I would say a Yugo M48BO. They were shipped w/ no marks other than the serial number.
Here are pics of Yugo M24/47's, notice the wood and cocking shroud.

This is an M48a, again the wood and action are the same.

The 24/47 and M48's are intermediate Mauser actions, a '98 design.
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