This is a 1900 M96 FSR rifle. Built in Oberndorf, Germany for Sweden. Stock is the original numbered one with the 85 degree butt plate even. Hand guard is not matching. Was rebarreled apparently just before imported here. The barrel actually measures 6.49mm from muzzle to throat. Has been in a friends collection for decades. It has a rare Hauges Diopter rear sight and an even rarer Hauges front sight tunnel and it came with 7 impossible to find inserts for it. Hauges sights were sent from Norway to Sweden. This is the very first version of both sights. No cast or pot metal used. They were considered by many in Scandinavia to be the best of all the sights. Have not had a chance to even get this one to the range yet, but will be next one to go. As many of these target rifles were hand built, a few parts do not match. When I looked at the pics, I did see it had a stippled trigger guard. So, it had to be a replacement. But, after getting the rifle in a got a wonderful surprise. The entire trigger assembly was actually one built for a CG-63 target rifle. Made by Carl Gustaf Company. It is virtually like new. Trigger face has no wear to the finish. The two stage trigger is as good as any built today. Someone in Sweden put a lot of Kroner into this gun. Very happy with this one. Nothing fancy about this one, just precision built by an approved Swede Gunsmith for target rifles.