German Sporting Rifle, 9.55 X 47mm Cal., MFG. Early 1900's, SN:...
Item # 4013
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Currently US $420 First bid $300
Quantity 1 # of bids 5
Time left 12d 19h 26m 46s+
Started 2021-04-29 00:00:00
Ends 2021-05-21 19:00:00

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German Sporting Rifle, 9.55 X 47mm Cal., MFG. Early 1900's, SN: None, Bolt Action Rifle, 28 3/4'' Octagon barrel. The factory checkered walnut stock carries a large butt with high comb, flowing cheekpiece & a Schuetzen prong style buttplate. The wedge-fastened forend carries a dark wood forend tip. The wood stock carries the original finish, with possible added oils & is excellent, with few scrapes, scuffs or scratches. There is a small wood chip at the point of the comb. The factory metal blue finish on barrel is 80%, toning a bit plum along the edges & areas of thinning. The satin silver & scroll relief engraved receiver & ornate spur & scroll style trigger guard have some brown spotty patina. The tang is fitted with a large disk, adjusting peep sight, while the barrel carries a wider milled rib with an key adjusting rear sight & tip of barrel has a dog eared front sight. Barrel has three ornate silver line inlaid scrolls just ahead of the receiver. Bore is excellent. Double set triggers. Barrel & stock have sling swivels which carry a correct period leather sling. A fantastic & custom built sporting/target rifle. FFL or C&R Req. - Value: 600 to 1200

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German Sporting Rifle, 9.55 X 47mm Cal., MFG. Early 1900's, SN:...
Item # 4013
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