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Show me your Mauser

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by lpd843, Jan 1, 2010.

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  1. lpd843

    lpd843 Member

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    Anyone have pics of their custom mauser projects?
     
  2. jimmyraythomason

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    Here are a few of mine<http://www.thehighroad.org/showthread.php?t=456571&highlight=mauser+fun>
     
  3. Smilin Jack

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    Custom Mauser

    Here's my custom Mauser in 338 Win Mag.

    It's an early Kimber, and has a custom safety and trigger. It's the best shooter out of all the rifles owned. Leupold vx-III with custom reticule.

    This shot is a spring bear hunt, 2008 in western Oregon with granddaughter.

    Dave
     

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  4. interlock

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    heres mine, it is a columbian fn mauser with a santa barbara bolt body but Fn internals, lapped lugs, trued face and parker hale barrel. currently awaiting a new barrel when finances permit.

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  5. SaxonPig

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    A Colombian 30-'06 with 3-leaf express rear sight, modified bolt handle (cut off and welded to turn straight down), pedestal front sling swivel, and a laminated stock which is a little modern for the rest of the rifle, I guess.


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    A commercial CZ action done up as a traditional European style sporter. Also in 30-'06.


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  6. Moose458

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    Here's a couple of mine
    Swede 6.5x55
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    K98 into a scout
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    Another K98 refinished...This started as just a receiver
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  7. Olympus

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  8. lpd843

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    nice pics!
     
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    olympus what caliber?
     
  11. BurningSaviour

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    A few Mausers, the way they're meant to be:

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  12. Olympus

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    Just traditional .308 on this one. I didn't want to get too crazy with caliber selection on my first project. If I ever get the funds for another project, I will go with something fairly uncommon.
     
  13. RobMoore

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    Here is my new acquisition. Its a JP Sauer, 1937, serial # 924 K98k

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  14. SaxonPig

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    I have a left a few of them alone...


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  15. lopezni

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    my vz24, sold to Romania, then the Russian got it and scrubbed the crest off, would've been real nice otherwise.
     
  16. devildog32713

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    I'm with ya there, leave the Mausers in Arsenal condition. More history and conversation behind it when it is a "real" GI rifle. Such a fun gun to shoot!
     
  17. DeputyVaughn

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    It has it's own thread, but here's mine.
    Scott
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  18. NCsmitty

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    Here's a couple of my Mauser conversions that I built from Turkish Mausers. Remington take-off barrels can be rethreaded to fit the small ring threads on these large ring actions. I do have a lathe, and a small stock of Remington barrels to choose from.

    A couple milsurp Turks too.


    NCsmitty
     
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