Modified Krag Jørgensen Skarpskyttergevær.
Norway was one of the poorest countries in Europe during the years after WW2. The rifle called Krag Jørgensen M30 was never a greate success, and I expect that a rather high price was the reason for that. It was a lot cheaper to rebuild an old military rifle
with a new heavy barrel, a new stock and a diopter sight, than
buy it as a new rifle, like the M30. This after-market made
gunsmiths all over the country to come up with their own design
of buttstocks. The rifle you see below has a Gransæter stock.
This particularly stock is made out of Norwegian flamy birch,
really good looking.
The fact that this rifle first was built as an M1912 carbine is not
possible to see now.