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Old 05-18-2011, 5:10 AM
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Just sold one, a Belgian for 100.00

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Well, except for the top one, here you are.
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Here's an old Turkish long rifle.



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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!
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Here's another.

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Russian capture k98 with a broken parade bayonet and ammo in a Russian forest. OK, the Russian forest part I made up...



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






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1909 Argentine
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Another RC 243 1940.
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The Mausers used by the Boers would have been the same type as this M1895 Chilean Mauser.





Beautiful! Thanks for posting that one.
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K98 Portuguese contract



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K98k Mauser, earyl 1944 byf (Oberdorf), all matching / all original finish, white glue laminated stock (not sanded)





Two VZ24 Romanian Snipers. Each with a different style mount for the scope.


One with the mount on....but, no scope yet.
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Wow...

My wife has a refinished/reblued Chilean with a sharp, bright bore. I thought hers was nice but it pales in comparison to this one.
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German-Yugo 98-48 that I no longer have... I know the lighting is off but I like the pic
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Custom FN sporter by Jerry Fisher.



Israeli K98


Chilean 1895 Mauser.


Two Brazilian 1908's.
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Argentine 1909 sniper.


Brazilian 1935 Mauser.


Czech Vz-24

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71/84 Mauser.

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Wow! You guys have some beautiful Mausers!

Here's my humble GEW Turk in 8X57JS.

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That 71/84 looks a lot like a Mosin.
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Swedish Mauser m/41B Sniper



Swedish Mauser M96 FSR Oby, CG & Husky



Swedish Mauser M91/14B, M96 & M38



Swedish Mauser M96

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Beautiful rifles JMS! Are you buying them in that condition or restoring?
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Just the result of years in collecting, keeping the best of what I accumulate. In short got them on those conditions.
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That 71/84 looks a lot like a Mosin.
Where do you think the Russians got the design from?

Same story with the Sturmgewehr and the Kalashnikov.

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Argentine 1909 sniper.


Brazilian 1935 Mauser.


Czech Vz-24

As an owner of a check VZ-24 (the best) I wonder at your markings. A couple of things stand out to me, one is the lack of a date stamp the other is the lack of a crest. Can I assume then that your VZ-24 is post war? Or am I mistaken.
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1935 Peruvian 30:06

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Just the result of years in collecting, keeping the best of what I accumulate. In short got them on those conditions.
What do you know about FG-42s? heheh man those are gorgeous. Do you take first borns?

Nice looking mausers. Where is a good place to find a nice German 98k these days? I hear they are dried up or mostly turned into m48 and other refurbs.
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Here is my .45-70 built on a Siamese Mauser receiver. Douglas air barrel.



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As an owner of a check VZ-24 (the best) I wonder at your markings. A couple of things stand out to me, one is the lack of a date stamp the other is the lack of a crest. Can I assume then that your VZ-24 is post war? Or am I mistaken.
That one is a 3-line straight around 1929 or 30. The rampant lion crest started 1933 to 39. From what I have read and seen.
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Wow, some beautiful examples above!
Recently acquired a few various Mausers at an Orphanage. We got them all Adopted to new Homes.



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Oohhh Weeee Do I love Mausers!

Straight Bolt M24/47



RC DOU 44 K98




Bent Bolt M24/47 & Czech VZ-24


Another K98 RC BCD 43


Unfired M48A



M48


Czech Capture K98 (Bottom)
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