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Old 11-18-2013, 9:01 AM
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Any of you guys have one from the Second Anglo-Boer War era, say 1899-1902?

Great looking rifles so far, thanks guys!

I just picked up a Chilean 1893. It was sent to the Boer republics at that time, but the British prevented the import, so the Chileans bought up the rifles.
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My Yugo M48A that I suspect is actually an M48B because it looks to have a stamped, not milled trigger guard. If it were a true M48A, I have been told it would have the milled trigger guard. Basically in new, barely-unfired condition.











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Nice one, Grendl!
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The Mausers used by the Boers would have been the same type as this M1895 Chilean Mauser.


Wow, that's a work of art.
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The Mausers used by the Boers would have been the same type as this M1895 Chilean Mauser.






I have an 1895 Chilean Mauser and it looks really sad compared to yours.

Beautiful rifle! Thanks for posting the pics and showing me what a great example of that model rifle looks like.
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My bolty workhorses, nowhere near as immaculate as the above example. BUT ITS MINE!!!

THIS IS MY RIFLE, THERE ARE MANY LIKE IT, BUT THIS ONE BELONGS TO MEH!

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