Carl Gustav Werke is Swedish mfg. not Swiss.
And probably a 6.5x55 Swede. Not 7.5 Swiss. Unless rechambered/rebarreled.
Most of the older Swede surplus rifles that are user operated are Mauser type rifles. Most common encountered these days is the 1896 type.
Most of the Swiss surplus rifles are what are refferred to as "straight pull" due to the movement needed to operate their actions. Most common of the Swiss encountered on todays market is the K-31.
Be aware though there are other models out there from both countries.
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Last edited by BigEd63; 04-10-2012 at 01:04 PM.