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Posted: 5/4/2004 7:47:11 PM EDT
All right I need a rifle identification, I do not have pictures of the rifle.  The rifle is owned by a friends father and his old magazine literally fell apart and he needs a replacement.  We believe that it is a Stevens rifle chambered in .22 Hornet.   Through looking through the web it seems that it might be a model 340 or 380, but I am unsure.  Why I am unsure is because the rifle has what can only be described as a flat bolt handle, this is unlike the 340's that I have seen pictures of, the 340's had the round button on the end of the bolt handle.  Can anyone give a ID with this limited information, or just information on the models 340 and 380?
Link Posted: 5/4/2004 9:51:44 PM EDT
I can't help too much.  But I have heard the flat bolt handles referred to as "European" bolt handles.

I doubt that will get you far but it's all I got...
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