another bs story with no FACTS.
THEY ARE BUILT INTO 30/06'S in europe and CERTIFIED safe. as in proof rounds.
they do use 58700 vs 60000 psi, with a 25% safety margin, that aint much.
Your correct my dad and I have restocked altered bolts cut and crowned drilled and taped a many 96 Swedes and loaded them too max loads my go too load use too be 47 grs of h 4350 cci 250 mag primer with a 125 gr Nosler part no pressure problem my Po ackley loading manual says they blow up about the same as a 98 Mauser at 100 thousand psi the main difference is no 3rd safety lug at the rear and being a small receiver ring the heat treating is easy too see in the receiver ring and locking lug area when reblued because it has a reddish tent the 93 Spanish mausers are a different story Kimber put there name on a lot of 96 mausers now saying all that some are in better shape than others and always ode caution with any military barreled action didn’t mean too derail the post but hope I clarified the 96 SwedeThe Carl Gustav built 96’s are as strong as a 98 in every way, the preference for downloading the ammo is for 94/5 Mauser rifles still in use.
I loaded my Carl Gustav 96 with the same ammo my Ruger M77 MK II was using without a hic-cup. These were European CIP loads, not the US loads.