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Mauser pic thread of doom (enter at your own peril 56k)

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by R.W.Dale, Jan 1, 2012.

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  1. R.W.Dale

    R.W.Dale Member

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    Lets show those mosin guys the error of their ways and abuse this chunk of bandwidth showing off and describing our pet Mauser actioned rifles. Sported, Bubba or original.



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  2. R.W.Dale

    R.W.Dale Member

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    Mine is an federal ordinance 98/85 "American eagle" rebuild. Built around a Spanish m43 configuration it got a new 308 win barrel and scrubbed of all foreign markings spring its rebuild

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  3. Nugilum

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    R.W.Dale: Where did you find that Federal Ordinance 98/85 "American eagle" rebuild? I've never seen that crest before.
     
  4. R.W.Dale

    R.W.Dale Member

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    Its a rebuild from the 80's where the American eagle was added then.

    Think proto Mitchell's without the false advertising

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  5. jpwilly

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    My '96 Swede in 8mm

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    Should have taken some before pics. Bought from SARCO for about $100.00. Refinished stock, blued the barrell, polished the bolt, and installed a Timney trigger.
     
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  7. tahoe2

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    mausers

    top to bottom

    Yugo M24/47 sporter
    German 98k duv-41
    Yugo M48a
    Spanish M93 long rifle
    Spanish M95 carbine sporter

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    1947 FN Commercial Mauser .30-06

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  10. dirtyjim

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    here are a few of mine
    the fourth rifle from the right was the first sporter i built and the one that started all the madness.
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    375 H&H built on an oberndorf gew98 action
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    swede m38 with a redfield 3200
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    argentine 1909
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    double square bridge twede project
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    35whelen built on a 1908 brazilian action
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    220swift built on a fn columbian 1950
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    manchurian mukden mauser sporter
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    octagon barreled 6.5x55 project on a dwm gew98 action
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    7x57 mauser model b restoration project
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    50cal mauser muzzel loader
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    golden state trailmaster 308 sporter, bases on a 1904 portugese mauser
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    another argentine 1909
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    tigerstriped swede m96
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    portugese vergueiro mauser
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  11. AethelstanAegen

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    Yugo M24/47 that picked up an M48 stock somewhere over the years. It's in great shape and shoots very well.
     
  12. crazysccrmd

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    Sporterized M48, superb accuracy.

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    1891 Argentine that's for sale, along with the M48 pre-sporter (and yes, the sling is on wrong)

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    Sporter 1891 I just won on gunbroker for cheap

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