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How hard are these to find in there original configuration? I just bought one. Probably paid to much but I like it. Rifle is mismatched, chambered in the original caliber and has the lion crest. Full length rifle.
 

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Which contract year? Steyr 1903 and Budapest 1909 are the most common; Steyr 1904 is the least common (only 4,000 carbines), followed by Budapest 1914 in rarity.

Uncut Bulgarian long rifles still in 8x50 are pretty rare.
 

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Received the rifle. The stock is mismatched. It appears to have been cleaned and lightly sanded. The Bolt has no serial number. It is indeed chambered in 8x50R. Not the best example out there but these are scarce rifles in there original configuration.




 
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