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hello guys ,,well added a new addition to the list today,,model 1895 calvary carbine,,looks complete with side swivel stock ,,no bayo lug,,mismatched but i guess this may be common,,marked CE W G Steyr on the receiver no date,,down side somebody drilled and tapped the receiver for scope mounts ,,looks like a long time ago,,marks on the barrel above the chamber are W.N. what looks like a tree and 93,,carbine is a neat example of a calvary carbine,,non import stamped,, bore is really good,,got it for 50 bucks ,,good or bad? were many made in the calvary specs?and finally what caliber do you guys think it might be in 8x50 or 8x56?is it possible this may be a model 1890?
anybody have a clue as to the markings on the stock in the last pic?
thanks in advance
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yea i know ..i hate to see the holes also,,but who knows how many deer were taken with this old war horse,,lol,, no S on the chamber so i'm guessing it's still original caliber,,thanks for the info ,,i wasn't sure of which model it was but for the price i thought it had to be worth 50 bucks!! ..lol..lol..
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