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    Default Husqvarna Identification

    Picked this Husky in 270 up. I think it's a 1900 series, but it also has the side bolt release.

    Any ideas?

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    HVA. It's been restocked.
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    That stock looks like an old BSA Monarch. Nice find.

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    Cool. Thanks for the help. I'm planning on having it rebored into 338-06

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    simplifyed list of Husqvarna rifle models

    Model 46
    Swedish m/94 action
    Approximately 25000 made
    Calibre 9,3x57 9,3x62 6,5x55

    Model 146, 246
    FN made M98 action (old type)
    Approximately 12000 made
    Calibre 9,3x57 9,3x62

    Model 646, 648, 649
    FN made M98 action (old and new type), and Swedish m/38 action
    Approximately 64000 made
    Calibre 6,5x55 8x57JS 9,3x62
    220Swift 270Win 30-06

    Model 1000, 1100, 2104F
    FN made M98 action (new type)
    Calibre 220Swift 270Win 30-06

    Model 1640, 1740, 2100, 1600
    Husqvarna 1640 action
    Calibre 270Win 6,5x55 30-06 8x57JS 9,3x62

    Model 6000, 3000, 7000
    Husqvarna 1640 action
    Calibre 7mmRemM 308Win 270Win 30-06 243Win 9,3x62

    Model 1651
    Husqvarna 1640 action
    Calibre 358NM

    Model 1970
    Husqvarna 1900 action
    Calibre 22-250 243Win 6,5x55 270Win 7mmRemM 300WinM
    308Win 30-06 9,3x62 222Rem
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    One of my 30-06's is a Husqvarna 1600 lightweight. They are not a true M-98 style action as they have more than a few little odd features that set them apart. They are a super smooth action.

    Mine has a German made double set trigger. Which is a big pain in the butt.
    The stock wood on my light-weight is very light, and it had a crack inside the action area when I bought it. From other owners I have talked with , this is common. But I glass bedded the action and all is well.
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    I heard that was a common problem. Hopefully having a different stock and the light recoiling 270 will prevent the cracking

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