My first 1891 Argentine Mauser
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  1. #1
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    Default My first 1891 Argentine Mauser

    Hello,

    Recently purchased this nice rifle. I do not know much about them, but it appears to be a quality rifle. The stock appears to have been changed, and it is missing a part for the rear site. Any additional information from the experts about this rifle is appreciated. Thank you.

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    It's been sporterized. Stock shortened, handguard removed and bolt bent. If the bore is good you have a quality shooter.

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    The bore, stock and metal are all in good shape, especially for a firearm this old. How much do you think this is worth in this configuration?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whiterun View Post
    The bore, stock and metal are all in good shape, especially for a firearm this old. How much do you think this is worth in this configuration?
    $150-$200 would be my guess.


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    Whiterun, since you are looking for a value of this rifle in it's sporterized condition, I have moved your thread here, the Commercial and Military Sporting Arms Forum rather than leaving it in the Military Mauser Forum. It is a nicely done job.

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