Swedish Mauser rifle dated 1908 with a 30" barrel. The serials are matching. The bore is excellent with strong rifling. Overall condition is very good with some handling wear on the stock.
Foreign Military Rifles
Serial number A43. 7mm Mauser caliber with a 30” barrel. This gun is like ne condition with all of the original blue and bright case colors on the frame. The wood is excellent. The action works perfectly. The bore has strong rifling. This is a later gun circa 1910 or so. This as undoubtedly for a South American contract, but there is no telling sign which country this could...
Scarce Jinsen Arsenal produced Type 38 with matching bolt. A very small limited quantity was made at this arsenal prior to the type 99 being released. The mum has been ground off but the Jinsen Arsenal mark is on the receiver. Bore is excellent. Very good overall condition. A hard to find Jinsen Arsenal type 38 rifle.
Italian military Carcano 91TS carbine. Made by Terni and dated 1928. Bore is very good. Overall good condition.
Italian military Carcano 91TS carbine. Made by Brescia and dated 1917. Bore is excellent. Overall good condition.
Brazilian military Mauser made by DWM pre-WWI. Bolt has been re-numbered to match. Bore is very good with strong rifling. Wood has nicks and dings. Good overall condition.
Excellent Chilean military Mauser. Serial numbers are matching, except for the cleaning rod. Stock has a sharp 1902 dated cartouche. Bore is excellent.
Japanese pre-WWI production rifle. Bolt is non-matching. Bore has strong rifling and is dark in the grooves. Mum is ground. Good overall condition.
Seldom seen Luftwaffe contract Steyr G29(o). Top of chamber is marked "660" over 1939. Serial numbers are matching. Stock has a repair by pistol grip and good cartouches. Bore is very good with strong rifling. Very good overall condition. A scarce and desirable variation.
Japanese WWII military rifle. Serial numbers are non-matching. Bore is excellent. Mum has been ground and is slightly visible. Very good overall condition. Comes with a reproduction sling and an original bayonet.
Schmidt-Rubin straight pull carbine made in 1941. Bolt is matching, magazine is non-matching and is not a cheap modern replacement. Bore is excellent. Stock has nicks and dings. Good overall condition.
Schmidt Ruben straight pull rifle manufactured in 1916. Serial numbers are matching except for the magazine. Bore is excellent. Very good overall condition.
Swedish military Mauser made in 1901 by Carl Gustafs. Serial numbers are matching. Bore is excellent. Very good plus overall condition.
Yugoslavian military Mauser manufactured post WWII. Bolt is non-matching. Bore has strong rifling with light frosting. Very good overall condition.
Manufactured in 1906 by Carl Gustafs. Serial numbers are matching. Bore is excellent. Very good overall condition.
South Africa issued. Receiver has a broad arrow in a U and is dated 1949. Bolt is matching. Bore has strong rifling. Stock has some nicks and dings. Very good overall condition.
Chilean military Mauser made by DWM. Serial numbers are non-matching. Bore is excellent. Stock has a faint cartouche on left side. Fair overall condition.
Scarce late war production dated 1945. Top of receiver is marked "BNZ 45". Bore is excellent. Bolt is non-matching and all other parts are un-numbered. Which on the late war guns is normal. Stock is near excellent with some very minor nicks or dings. Floor plate is marked "BYF" with eagle 135. Near excellent overall condition. A desirable K98.
Scarce WWII British sniper rifle. Arsenal refurbished post war. Many of these were overhauled in the 1950's. Butt socket is marked "M47C 1943" over "FTR TR". ( FTR stands for factory thorough repair). Receiver is marked "No. 4 MK I T". Serial numbers on bolt, stock, butt socket and magazine are matching. No. 32 scope is clear, not foggy. Bore is excellent. Very good overall condition. A...
This third variation Japanese Type 44 carbine was manufactured by the kokura Arsenal (Tokoyo). It has an excellent bore and the chrysanmum and type markings are present on the top of the receiver. The serial numbe is on the barrel and the Kokura mark is on the left side of the receiver. It retains approx. 85% dull blue. The stock is good with usage dents and dings, some carving (and possibly...