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Old December 14th, 2016, 12:39 PM   #1
 
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Any Husqvarna rifle owners?

My Dad and I own a few Husky rifles, all different models and all chambered in .30-06. We have two of the controlled round feed varieties (fine rifles too), but my most recent purchase was one of the push feed Smith and Wesson imports... It's the lightweight model B (weight about 7 lbs scoped), and kicks like a mule but is very very accurate. I love fixed 6X Leupold's so that's what I bought for it to keep the weight down since it's my mountain rifle. It is honestly the best rifle I have owned, just a svelte rifle.

This is not my first Husky but it is my first push feed model, but I already have my eye out for one in a new caliber lol. But anyways, anyone else have one of these fine rifles? I was interested to see that Chuck Hawks lists my rifle as the greatest rifle ever produced. Not sure about that but it is a fine rifle nonetheless. I love them.
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I have one Husqvarna military rifle in 6.5x55 it is the long infantry rifle from about ww1.
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I have one Husqvarna military rifle in 6.5x55 it is the long infantry rifle from about ww1.
I have always wanted a 6.5 Swede of some variety, never had the pleasure of owning a Husky in it. Did have a 8MM Mauser Husky sporter. Forgot about that until you brought up the Swede.
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Always heard good things about them, but never bought one. Almost bought one of the underlever Husqvarna 12-ga SxS shotguns, but I'm not sure I could find the shorter metric shotshells.

If you like Husqvarna, then you need an M/40 (Lahti) 9mm pistol.
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