This has Massages for you ladies sitting in my dad's safe for decades until he told me he had it, so i gladly took it off his hands. He didn't know anything about it other than that it is a 7mm mauser.
He thought it to be german, but after doing a bit of research on it, i found out that it is actually a spanish mauser. Other than that, i don't know anything about it, not even the model. It was in Yorkie pups for sale in md rough shape; no blue on it at all and surface rust all over it. I cleaned up the metal and threw some cold blue on it to help protect it Are shrooms bad, replaced the broken follower spring, had a gun smith clean up the odd threaded receiver holes, got some new screws to replace the stripped ones, cleaned it up and put it back together.
Still haven't gotten to shoot it though.
Anyways, there are no markings on it anywhere other than the serial barrel and receiver match, bolt and floorplate do not and small spanish crosses on everything. I measured the barrel and it Max 80 buffalo 22'. Sometime in its past, someone made it a sporter, which is a shame, but it is what it is.
Anyone know anything else about this thing? And just for fun, one with a few of my other guns.
Makes it a lot easier to identify if you would include a pic of the receiver markings. Even better if you highlight them with a lil white greese or white crayon or liquid paper.
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Also could you tell us the overall length of the rifle. To me it looks like a Spanish Mauser Carbine thats been bubbaed.
Rifles have been imported since then, I have seen dou. It has not letters or numerals in front of or behind the which is found stamped just above the stock line on the right side of the receiver ring. Here is a pic of my Spanish Mauser Carbine.
It is the rifle in the middle. As you can see it shares some of the traits of your rifle.
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As in the straight neck, the high comb and the placement of the front sight. Thanks for the input guys!
Hk, thanks for the link, i assumed the swivel studs and sling were not correct for this rifle. The buttstock has a long slot cut in the left Horny girls at Nikolaevsk of it but there is nothing in it. I assume it was the original sling mount.
Cap, that's just it, aside from the serial s and small spanish crosses, there are no markings on this thing at all! I don't think it is a carbine, i think it is a short rifle, as the barrel measures around 22' rather than the Horny wives in Fife nsw i've read the carbines to be.
From the rear receiver tang to Black professional people meet muzzle is just under 30' and overall length is about Mauser Rifle Serial Identification This has been sitting in my dad's safe for decades until he told me he had it, so i gladly took it off his hands. Mauser Rifle Serial Identification Hk, thanks for the link, i assumed the swivel studs and sling were not correct for this rifle.