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    I'd like to see if there is enough interest to run a Mauser reference thread. Rules can be: All rifles and pistols of Mauser manufacture or design welcome, one per member per day! Posted weapons need to be in your current collection. No G88 rifles, Vergueiro, Kropatchek, or other weapons of impure bloodline allowed.


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    360 Amberg IG71 long rifle, 11.15X60R, 1877

    004 Amberg Gewehr 98 long rifle, 7.9x57, 1916

    063 Belgian L’Etat M1889/36 short rifle, 7.65x53, 1895-1914/1936

    156 Brazilian Itajuba 08/34 .30 short rifle, .30-06 (7.62X63), c.1948

    385 Carl Gustafs M1894/14 carbine, 6.5X55, 1918

    036 Carl Gustafs M1896 long rifle, 6.5x55, 1915

    152 Chinese 21st Arsenal Chiang Kai-Shek short rifle, 7.9x57, 1947

    072 Danzig K98a short rifle, 7.9x57, 1918

    387 Danzig K98a Iranian short rifle, 7.92X57, 1918

    296 DGAM (FMAP) Argentine M1909 carbine, 7.65X53, c. 1949

    310 dou (Bystrica) G24(t) short rifle, 7.92X57, 1941

    363 dou (Bystrica) K98k (VZ98N) post war short rifle, 7.92X57, 1945

    383 DWM Gewehr 98 long rifle, 7.92X57, war bond rifle, 1916

    297 DWM Gewehr 98(M) long rifle, 7.9X57, 1935 rear sight, 1909

    443 DWM Gewehr 98(M) long rifle, 7.9X57, 1934 rear sight, Spanish C W, Berlin-Spandau depot, 1918

    176 DWM M1891 Argentine carbine, 7.65x53, 1899

    045 DWM M1891 Peruvian long rifle, 7.65x53, 1901

    312, 460 DWM M1893 ZAR/Chilean long rifle, 7X57, 1899

    239 DWM M1899C Serbian short rifle, 7.92X57, 1900

    019 DWM M1908 Brazilian long rifle, 7x57, c. 1908

    468 DWM Orberndorf M1908 Brazilian short rifle, 7X57, c. 1913

    349 DWM M1908 Moroccan long rifle, 7X57, c. 1910

    319 DWM M1909 Argentine long rifle, 7.65X53, 1910

    141 DWM M1909 Argentine carbine, 7.65x53, 1910

    458 FN M1889/16 Belgian carbine, 7.65X53, c. 1893

    448 FN1893 Spanish M1893 long rifle, 7X57, 1896

    440 FN1893 Uruguayan M1895 long rifle, 7X57, c.1895

    342 FN1922 Brazilian carbine, 7X57, c.1923

    177 FN1924 Mexican carbine, 7x57, c. 1927

    150 FN1930 Chinese short rifle, 7.9X57, c. 1937

    317 FN1930 Colombian short rifle, 7X57, 1940

    067 FN1930 Greek short rifle, 7.9x57, c. 1939

    088 FN1930 Venezuelan short rifle, 7x57, c. 1937

    249 FN1930 Venezuelan carbine, 7x57, c.1936

    229 FN M1935 Peruvian Mauser short rifle, 7.62X63, c.1937/1956

    298 FN1950 Belgian ABL short rifle, 7.62X63, King Baudouin, 1952

    351 FN1950 Belgian ABL short rifle, 7.62X63, King Leopold, 1951

    092 FN1950 Columbian short rifle, .30-06 (7.62x63), c. 1950

    308, 389 FN1950 Colombian carbine, 7.62X63, c.1950

    321 FN1950 Dutch East Indies “IOB” carbine, 7.92X57, c.1950

    250 FN1950 Dutch East Indies “POLITIE” carbine, conv.7.62x51, c.1950

    248 FN1950 Haitian short rifle, 7.62x63, c. 1950

    146 FN1950 Israeli short rifle, 7.62X51 NATO, c. 1954

    228 FN1950 Moroccan Mauser carbine, 7.62X63, c. 1950

    274 FN K98k short rifle, 7.9X57, c.1940

    458 FN M1889/16 Belgian carbine, 7.65X53, c.1893

    493 Industrias de Guerra de Cataluna M1916 short rifle second pattern, 7X57, 1937

    404 Industrias de Guerra de Cataluna M1916 short rifle second pattern, 7X57, 1938

    256 Iranian M1949 carbine, 7.92X57, all matching, 1950

    046 Kirikkale M1938 long rifle, 7.92X57, 1940

    086 La Coruna M1943 short rifle, 7.9x57, 1946

    309 La Coruna M1944 short rifle, 7.92X57, c.1950

    313 Loewe M1891 Argentine long rifle, 7.65X53, 1894

    375 Loewe M1891 Spanish carbine, 7.65X53.5, 1894

    305 Loewe M1893 Spanish long rifle, 7X57, 1896

    340 Loewe M1893 Spanish Navy long rifle, 7X57, 1894

    446 Loewe M1893 Spanish Loewe Crest long rifle, 7X57, c.1895

    244 Loewe M1894 Brazilian long rifle, 7X57, 1894

    175 Loewe M1895 Chilean short rifle, 7X57, c. 1897

    378 Loewe M1895 Chilean carbine, 7X57, c.1895

    527 Loewe M1895 Chilean Navy long rifle, 7.62X51, c.1896

    240 Mauser Chinese Standard Modell short rifle, 7.92X57, c.1935

    020 Mauser M1893 Turkish long rifle, 7.9x57, c.1895, rebuilt 1935

    207, 215 Mauser Gewehr 98 long rifle, trench mag, 7.9X57, 1917

    232 Mauser M1903 Turkish long rifle, 7.9X57, c.1903, rebuilt 1935

    318 Mauser M1907 Brazilian long rifle, 7X57, Mauser crest, c.1907

    323 Mauser M1908 El Salvadoran long rifle, 7X57, c.1908

    350 Mauser M1909 Peruvian long rifle, 7.65X53, 1910

    444 Mauser M1910 Costa Rican short rifle (ex-long rifle), 7X57, 1911

    238 Mauser M1933 Argentine Police carbine, 7.65X53, c.1933

    306 Mauser M1935 Chilean Carabineros carbine, 7X57, 1937

    131 Mauser M1937A Portugese short rifle, 7.9x57, 1937

    084 Mauser K98k short rifle, 7.9x57, 1939

    234 Mauser K98k Chinese Banner short rifle, 7.9X57, c.1937

    411 Mauser Spanish Civil War Standard Modell short rifle, 7.92X57, 1934

    035 Mexican M1910 long rifle, 7x57, 1934

    489 Mexican M1910 long rifle, 7x57, 1934 (Spanish Civil War used)

    456 Mexican M1936 short rifle, 7X57, 1938

    216 Oviedo M1893 long rifle, 7X57, 1899

    447 Oviedo M1895 carbine, 7X57, 1899

    386 Oviedo M1916 first pattern short rifle, 7X57, 1922

    154 Oviedo M1916 second pattern short rifle, 7x57, 1927-1929

    341 Oviedo M1927 Paraguayan long rifle, 7.92X57, c.1932

    135 Radom Wz29 short rifle, 7.9x57, 1934

    247 Radom WZ29 Spanish Civil War short rifle, 7.9X57, c.1936

    167 Sauer K98k short rifle, 7.9x57, Soviet capture, 1939

    049 Spandau IG71/84 long rifle, 11.15x60R, 1888

    521 Steyr Kar 71 carbine, 11.15X60R, 1876

    047 Steyr M1912 Chilean long rifle, 7x57, c.1913

    251 Steyr M1912 Colombian long rifle, 7x57, c.1913

    348 Steyr M1912 Colombian short rifle, 7X57, c.1913

    454 Steyr M14 Austrian (M1912 Mexican) long rifle, 7X57, 1914

    452, 519 Steyr-Solothurn M12/34 short rifle, 7X57, 1934

    272 Steyr (Radom) G29/40 short rifle, 7.9X57, 1940

    038 Tokyo Arsenal Siamese Type 46 long rifle, 8X52R, c.1903

    359 Tokyo Arsenal Siamese Type 47/66 carbine, 8X52R, c.1904

    095 Yugoslavian Kragujevac M1924 short rifle, 7.9x57, 1933

    117 Yugoslavian Kragujevac M48 short rifle, 7.9X57, 1952

    106 Yugoslavian Kragujevac M48BO (no markings) short rifle, 7.9x57, 1957

    158 Yugoslavian Kragujevac M48BO Syrian short rifle, 7.92X57, 1957

    037 ZB VZ98/22 Turkish long rifle, 7.92X57, 1923

    001 ZB VZ98/29 Persian long rifle, 7.9x57, 1930

    233 ZB M1908/34 Brazilian carbine, 7X57, 1937

    144 ZB VZ12/33 El Salvador carbine, 7X57, 1937

    401 ZB VZ23a Czechoslovak short rifle, 7.92X57, 1924

    466 ZB VZ24 Bolivian short rifle, 7.65X53, c. 1928

    172 ZB VZ24 Chinese short rifle, 7.92X57, 1937

    231 ZB VZ24 Colombian short rifle, 7X57, c.1935

    236 ZB VZ24 Czechoslovak Lion Crest short rifle, 7.92X57, 1938

    259 ZB VZ24 El Salvador 1937 crest short rifle, 7.92X57, 1937

    230, 442 ZB VZ24 Guatemalan short rifle, 7X57, 1937

    270 ZB VZ24 Iranian short rifle, 7.92X57, 1939

    171 ZB VZ24 Iraqi short rifle, 7.92x57, 1925

    353 ZB VZ24 Japanese short rifle, 7.92X57, 1937

    441 ZB VZ24 Nicaraguan short rifle, 7.92X57, 1937

    174, 352 ZB VZ24 Romanian King Carol short rifle, 7.92X57, 1940

    255 ZB VZ24 Romanian King Michael short rifle, 7.92x57, 1940

    258 ZB VZ24 Spanish Civil War short rifle, 7.92X57, 1935

    235 ZB VZ24 Yugoslavian short rifle, 7.92X57, 1928

    173 ZB VZ24 (JC) Brazilian short rifle, 7X57, 1930

    384 ZB VZ30 Iranian carbine, 7.92X57, c.1930

    395 ZB VZ32 Peruvian short rifle, 7.65X53, c.1932


    060 Chinese Shansei .45 Broomhandle pistol, .45 ACP, 1929

    057, 320 Mauser M1914 pistol, 7.65X17SR, c.1915

    054 Mauser C96 Late Postwar Bolo pistol, 7.63x25, c. 1926

    055 Mauser Early M1930 pistol, 7.63x25, 1932

    056 Mauser HSc pistol, 7.65x17SR, police marked, 1944

    058 Mauser Parabellum P08 pistol, 9x19, 1940

    059 Mauser Walther P38 pistol, 9x19, 1943


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    To start: ZB made VZ98/29 Iranian long rifle, 7.92X57, made in 1930. All matching with correct sling, bayonet, scabbard, and replica Japanese frog (it now has a replica Iranian frog). Note the Springfield style stacking swivel on the front band and the swivel on the trigger guard (I guess the Iranians didn't like having an empty hole on the trigger guard). Imported by SARCO. Looks like new.
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    That crest on the receiver resembles a Persian Mauser I saw a while back.

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    Spanish 1893 rifle, Swedish 1894 carbine, Chilean 1895 short rifle, US 2005 yardstick.
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    WWI German Gewehr 98 long rifle, 7.92X57, 1916 Amberg. Bolt mismatch, no import marks, with replica sling, correct bayonet, scabbard, and WWII German frog with postwar Yugo strap added. Bayonet is S98n/a, one of several types that would be correct but the first design for the G98 rifle. Bayonet marked to 130th Pioneer Battalion, rifle not unit marked. The B on the stock stands for "buche" which means the stock is made of beech instead of walnut.
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    Here's my 1935 Brazilian. All matching, complete with sling, cleaning rod, bayonet and scabbard. Cleaning rod, bayonet and scabbard all numbered to rifle. Also includes a factory test fire target, numbered to the gun and dated.

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    Dan your Brazil 1935 is Awesome! May be even better than the Iranian 29's just in the fact I think it is the Last SA contract by Mauser before WW2 started.I had a short rifle but was not even close to being as nice as yours-plus you have the target and the hard to find 1935 bayonet!No offense on the 29 Iranian,but the Mauser banner wins out with me every time.
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    Beton,
    Thanks for the compliment! I like this one a lot, it's pretty much my favorite. I don't know if it's ever been fired after the test fire, there's still cosmoline in the action. The workmanship on it is just superb. The only problem I have is that the target paper has become very brittle and is starting to break apart, and I don't know how to fix that. I've got a few others I'll be posting over the next days.
    Take care,
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    Quote Originally Posted by geladen View Post
    WWI German Gewehr 98 long rifle, 7.92X57, 1916 Amberg. Bolt mismatch, no import marks, with replica sling, original bayonet, scabbard, and WWII German frog with postwar Yugo strap added. Bayonet is S98n/a, one of several types that would be correct but the first design for the G98 rifle. Bayonet marked to 130th Pioneer Battalion, rifle not unit marked. The B on the stock stands for "buche" which means the stock is made of beech instead of walnut.

    Geladen--On your 1916 Amberg, who made the replica sling? If you do mind giving free advertising...otherwise please PM me, as I am looking for some. I am not particularly happy with the one I bought from a well known antique replica outfit, though it was not expensive. Thanks

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    Dan, I've had the problem of a brittle target with my Argentine Mauser 1909 test target, the simple solution is to frame the target, it will not cost you much

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    Good idea, thanks. Would it hurt to spray just a bit of water onto it first, so the paper will relax and uncurl? After it dries flat, I'll put it in the frame.

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    My Favorite M48 shooter alongside my favorite Surplus..
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    Default VZ33 and K98

    Here are my two Mausers. One is a VZ33 carbine, and the other is a K98. The K98 is a byf43 and is a mismatch, but I've had good luck deer hunting with it. As you can see, the VZ33 is missing the rear sight. The only thing that I need to restore it is the rear sight base, and once I find it, I'll have it restored.

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    Hi Geladen,
    That's also a good idea to laminate it. One way I was thinking of doing it is to take apart a picture frame and lay the target face down on the glass. Spray it with a little bit of distilled water so it lays flat, then use a toothpick and white glue to fix the tears. After it dries, put the backer board on it, then put the whole thing back into the picture frame. Also, what type of frog does it take? The ones like the regular K-98s, or one like the Argentine style? I imagine brown would be the correct color, yes?
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    Quote Originally Posted by geladen View Post
    Nothing prevents the more common Mausers from being beautiful, too. My M48BO looks like it was made last week.
    I have a soft spot for the Yugoslavian rifles but truly havnt seen a poor looking Mauser yet..If forced to choose, SA contracts and the Persian would be my picK for most beautifuly made..but then theres the Swedes and the ....; )

    We are very lucky the amount of pristine Yugo rifles that found their way to us here in the states...there condition and price I'm sure fostered my love for them..as with Turk bayonets the interesting variations have also added to the affair!

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    Here's my Romanian "capture." It's a '39 DUV with a straight bolt. The barrel's seen heavy use and has been counter-bored, but it can still hit the target pretty well at 100 yds. with 50s yugo ammunition.

    I'll have to show my new 24/47 later when I get here cleaned up. I'm very happy with her, these guns are pristine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by geladen View Post
    Very interesting. I'm not sure I understand. Do you mean this is a K98k that got mixed in with the VZ24 rifles imported from Romania? Somewhere it picked up a straight bolt, maybe from a VZ24?
    Yup, that's what must have happened. Of course the Germans had some straight bolts in their k98s too, because beggars can't be choosers in war.

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    Yugoslavian Model 24 short rifle. 7.92X57 made in 1937. All-matching, with original sling, unissued, still has the original amber schallec!













    Polish Wz29 short rifle. 7.92x57 made in 1935. All-matching, all-original polish numbers and stock markings (no german marks or numbers).











    Belgian MLE35 7.65X53 made by Fabrique Nationale in 1940. Crown over receiver crest. All-matching with original black paint finish.



    Sorry, I can't find the other pictures I took of the Belgian so that is all I can give you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Betonfahrer View Post
    Dan your Brazil 1935 is Awesome! May be even better than the Iranian 29's just in the fact I think it is the Last SA contract by Mauser before WW2 started.I had a short rifle but was not even close to being as nice as yours-plus you have the target and the hard to find 1935 bayonet!No offense on the 29 Iranian,but the Mauser banner wins out with me every time.
    +1 that model 1935 is absolutely fabulous!
    Looking for a BYF luger rear toggle pin number 84.

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    Since nobody else is adhering to the one Mauser per member per day rule, we'll just throw that rule out the window. Here's my second for today:

    Brazilian DWM M1908 long rifle, 7X57, made c.1908. All matching, no import marks, with generic sling, correct bayonet, scabbard, replica frog, and correct muzzle cover.
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    And a third. Vast quantity!

    Turkish M1893 Mauser long rifle, made c.1895 in 7.65X54, rebuilt in 1935 and barrel changed to 7.92X57. Mixed numbers with correct sling, bayonet, scabbard, and Yugo frog. This was the only Mauser to be made with a magazine cutoff. The cutoff has been deactivated on this rifle, as on all Turk rebuilds. Note the stock is original German Mauser without pistol grip and with German style (1893/95 style) retaining spring on lower band. The bolt disassembly disc was added by the Turks. The bayonet is an M1890, shortened by the Turks c.1935. Imported by Century.
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    Well since we did away with the one rifle per day rule here are a few of my mausers:

    1893 Turk rebuilt in 1933


    1890 Turk Reworked in Belgium


    1903 Turk Rebuilt in 1937


    Scrubbed Polish W98


    1891 Argentine Engineers Carbine made in 1899

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    Quote Originally Posted by geladen View Post
    Kampfy,

    You have some really fine rifles. Your Yugo M24 and WZ29 are nicer than mine and I don't have a Belgian M36. I am beginning to feel like a poor relation.

    Never mind, I'll make up for quality with vast quantity!! Hey, it worked for the Russians against the Germans. :D

    I notice your M36 bayonet has a muzzle ring. Mine on my bayonet for my M1889/36 has been removed and wouldn't fit if it was there. I guess the bayonet lug is farther back on the M1889/36.
    Sorry, I just noticed the one a day rule.
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    Kampfy, your Yugo M24 has swivels on both the side and the bottom. That makes it an M24 Type 2 carbine rather than a short rifle. Same size, different fittings. A Type 1 carbine was like the Type 2 except it had a curved bolt.

    Nice guns, by the way!

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    Guess I'll join in the fun. 1909 FMAP carbine made in 1951. Matching numbers.
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    My M1930 Chinese contract Mauser. Its all numbers matching and tight.





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    Default mausers.......

    I have a few....
    Swede Carbines..the top is a matching 1895 Obie


    1943 Swede FSR


    a couple of Chilean 1895s


    Spandau GEW, Transition, and Israeli


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    Geladen,
    What have you done???? Great thread! I've already seen a couple that I'd never seen before. Thanks for the advice on the frog. I think a new/reproduction in brown would work just fine for my Brazilian. I'll be posting a couple more shortly.
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    Spanish Army Model 1893 infantry long rifles with the Ludwig Loewe and Company ("LLCo") trademark crest.

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    Original matching 7.65mm Turkish Model 1893's with back sights for round nose and spitzer munitions.
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    Here's my 1909 DWM Argentine. It's matching numbers, with a bayonet, scabbard and frog. The bayonet and scabbard match each other, and the Argentine crest is intact on the bayonet. Not shown is a green sling I found for it.

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    Seven production varieties of the Belgian Model 1889 infantry long rifle.

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    FN Venezuelan, matching, with muzzle cap and cleaning rod. Likely never fired, still has cosmo on and in the action. I especially like the wood on this one. I still need to find a bayonet and sling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by geladen View Post
    Where do you find these untouched pristine Mausers? Must be in the over $500 section of Gunbroker where I never go. :D
    Some of them came from auctions, but I've got a gunsmith buddy of mine who's pretty good at finding them as well. Me, I couldn't find something if it was staring me in the face.

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    Default Siamese type 45

    My siamese type 45 still in 8x50 rimmed siamese. Used a brazilian 1908 cleaning rod as a replacement for the missing origional.
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    Mexican M1910 long rifle made in 1934 in Mexico, 7X57. Mismatched bolt, M98 type action, M95 type rear sight. Swedish sling, Chilean M1895 bayonet and scabbard, Yugo frog. Best I can do on the bayonet - Mexican rifles are hard to come by and Mexican bayonets even harder. Imported by Century.

    Now has Mexican bayonet and better sling.
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    Swedish M1896 long rifle, made in 1915 by Carl Gusfafs in Sweden, 6.5X55. All matching, bore code 1 on stock disc. Correct sling, bayonet, scabbard, and frog. They don't come any nicer than Swedish Mausers. Imported by Century. Like new.
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    Turkish VZ22 long rifle, made in 1923 by CZ, 7.92X57. Mismatched bolt, Czech marked E23, Turk numbers on rear sight. Generic sling, correct VZ23 bayonet and scabbard, both marked E23, generic frog. Also known as Mauser 98/22, same as Gewehr 98 except for rear sight, handguard, and later ones having no sling hook on the front band. Imported by Century.
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    Siamese M1903 Type 46 long rifle, made c.1903 in 8X50R by Japan and rechambered to 8X52R c.1923. Mixed numbers, no import marks with generic sling, correct bayonet, scabbard and replica Siamese frog. Appears to be arsenal reblued (too perfect).

    This has a bolt cover which slides forward and Japanese features like upper & lower receiver grip tangs and two piece stock. You can tell the caliber has been changed if the rear sight sides are cut down, cutting the numbers in half. I have ammo for all my guns, but only 20 rds for this one.
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    FN30 Greek Contract 7.92X57 made in 1940. All-matching original, all stock markings including the St. George and the dragon on the upper wrist present. Correct export model bayonet included.







    Looking for a BYF luger rear toggle pin number 84.

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    MLE1889/36 Belgian conversion of the model 1889 to MLE35 specs, 7.65X53 made in who knows when, converted sometime after 1936. All-matching "original". This one even came with the cleaning rod.





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    Default Mexican FN1924

    Missmatched bolt, not the greatest condition but not many Mexican mausers are.
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    Um, here's a Turk. Doesn't match or anythin'.


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    Quote Originally Posted by geladen View Post
    I think your stock cartouche indicates it was converted in 1936 rather than sometime after. Mine has the same cartouche and I didn't even have to use my wood carving set.

    As noted before, my bayonet has the muzzle ring removed, unlike bayonets for M1936 rifles. Either I have a long barrel or a short stock, because my M1889/36 bayonet lug is set back more than on a M1936. I'll get around to posting photos of it after I get done with the long rifles. They go back in the safe first.

    Well, just one photo now (and yes, that is a Swedish frog):
    I'm pretty sure the date on the stock cartouche on Belgian mausers indicated the start of production of a model not nessarily when it was produced.
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    Here's a Turk GEW98, and a Kar 98az
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    Peruvian M1891 long rifle made in 1901 by DMW, 7.65X54. All matching, no import marks, arsenal reblue, replacement stock, Lange rear sight. Peruvian crest on top of receiver and Modelo Argentino on siderail. Almost correct Argentine M1891 bayonet, scabbard, and frog. Generic sling. Marked S.J.G. on top of barrel for SIG Swiss barrel.
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