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Old 09-12-2018, 5:19 AM
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Default A Couple Mausers New to Me

Managed to get a couple pretty rare and good condition Mausers the last couple weeks at what I thought were very fair prices. A long rifle and the shortest Military Mauser carbine I know of.


First a FN-48 Dutch Queen Wilhelmina all matching. Finish is typical for these Dutch Queen Mausers. At least the ones my friends have in Europe look the same. They may have been refinished by the Dutch.













Then a M1910 1931 Mexican Mauser Bolt and Receiver Matching which I believe this is one of the first years they were made in Mexico and they are the only matching parts on them. Maybe someone else can clarify. Bore is excellent.










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Old 09-12-2018, 1:52 PM
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The Mexican small ring Mauser is very cool. Something about small ring Mauser 98s are nice and svelte, just like the WW1 Kar 98s.
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Congrats, two nice additions to your collection. I've herad those Dutch Mausers have painfully stout recoil. You might want to get a shoulder or butt pad before taking it out for a day at the range.
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Congrats, two nice additions to your collection. I've herad those Dutch Mausers have painfully stout recoil. You might want to get a shoulder or butt pad before taking it out for a day at the range.

That is what I am told regarding the recoil. Haven't shot it yet but I will. Also told it tends to spit fire. Thank you.


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Very nice pieces. Love the Dutch, would go great with a Wilhelmina FN1922.
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Would it be customary for a factory/armory refurb to be marked as such?
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Nice pair, Capt
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Would it be customary for a factory/armory refurb to be marked as such?
Depends on the rifle.

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Very nice pieces. Love the Dutch, would go great with a Wilhelmina FN1922.
Thank you. I saw one of those. Now of course it has been added to the never ending list.

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