fIRST ONE i LOOKED AT TODAY. i DON'T THINK THE GUY AT dUNHAMS WANTED TO SHOW ME ANYMORE. hE SAID THEY HADN,T GOTTEN ANY NEW ONES IN BUT i LOOKED THROUGH ALL OF THEM BEFORE AND THIS WASN'T IN THERE. 1935 iZ ROUND RECIEVER IN A MOLTING PRE-WAR STOCK FOR THE $74 OTD PRICE. All matching. Fiolled a hole in the collection too.
Thanks. No you're right, the colors are pretty different. Tang says the whole 1935r. Off hand, do you know if Iz. made any hexes that year?Nice looking round receiver and 35 was the transition year for Izvesk from hex to round. Have you checked the tang date on your receiver? I'm curious since the bluing on the barrel shank and receiver are so different looking. Might be just the way the metal of each took the finish but then again....
Nice one Jim. Is that the one with the Khyber Pass fluid steel?Just completed the deal for this one recently. J. P. Sauer in 12x12x38-55. The metal should clean up with a lot of slow work with some bronze wool. This will be my second Drilling and I'm really excited for it to come in. I had to sell a rifle to get it but I think it fits my collection a bit better and I love to go hunting with them.
Yes sir they made some hex's that year as well.Thanks. No you're right, the colors are pretty different. Tang says the whole 1935r. Off hand, do you know if Iz. made any hexes that year?
How much were they wanting for the Swiss 1911's? IO recent imports?A near mint 1942 Long Branch with NewZeland markings, mint bore, no import marks that I've found yet, with a marked 1942 sling, and surprise, surrise, a metal oiler in the butt marked EFD, not one of the dozens of other producers of these. Passed on a Siamese 1907 bayonet, which I'll probably reget. Saw a 91/30 repro sniper for 400.00, lots of Swiss long K-11's, at least 4 of them.
Looks like success but measured from a different perspectiveThis year...