M48 Krag Jørgensen elgrifle (Moose rifle).
This rifle was first built as an M1912 carbine in 1918, for
military use. Later, there were collected 500 locks from that
model, and built as M48 hunting rifles. The M1912 lock is
slightly stronger than the M1894 action. Since they intended
to use a larger cartridge in this new model, they only used
these kinds of actions. The rear sight is not very often seen
on hunting rifles. The user is able to switch between 100m
and 300m by rolling the wheel. Both the M48 and the M51
was built with 7,92 barrels. After a few years, they found out
that the standard 7,92x57 ammunition was a bit too hot for the Krag Jørgensen action. Norma then produced a lighter ammunition that they called 7,92x57 moderate. This ammunition is about 10% weaker than standard 7,92x57 rounds. This ammunition went obsolete within not so many years.