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I'm a new member here, so asking permission instead of foregiveness.

Is this the correct sub-forum to post pictures and information about my newly-acquired .22 caliber? There is no evidence - that I can find - that this particular model ever had any military applications.



I'm certain of the model designation and the authenticity, but searching for opinions about the (unusual, and unusually nice) stock.
 

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I'm a new member here, so asking permission instead of foregiveness.

Is this the correct sub-forum to post pictures and information about my newly-acquired .22 caliber? There is no evidence - that I can find - that this particular model ever had any military applications.



I'm certain of the model designation and the authenticity, but searching for opinions about the (unusual, and unusually nice) stock.
A very nice rifle - now go down the page to the dedicated .22 forum and re-ask. We need pics of ALL the markings on the left side of the action and barrel - your otherwise fine pic is useless for dating this gun.

IMO the stock is an after-market item made by the US stockmaker Reinhart Fajen in the fifties - I could be wrong, since I'm an iggerant old furriner. Also, the bolt has the appearance of having been jewelled - this is NOT a thing that Mauser would have done themselves.

Great envy of it.

It should look roughly like this -



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Yes, marked "Patrone" as well as all other markings..

dave bulla, you might want to do some research into your single-shot Mauser. From the little that I know about them, there are several model numbers/designations for them. A good starting place [Moderator: This is not a link to a commercial site.] is http://homepage.ntlworld.com/paul.tvg/page33.html

Good luck, good shooting!
 
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