i have an 1895 Chilean and it defies a common rule about the Chilean mauser. Its chambered for 8x57mm. when i got it i slugged the bore and i came up with .322 my thought was that someone at some point had re-barreled it. then as i began to take it apart both the serial number on the receiver and the barrel match. i have had this a few years now and have sent several hundred round of 8mm down range with it and it is by far the most accurate mauser i have in 8x57mm. my question is, has anyone else ever encountered one of these? this is the only one i have seen and my other 3 Chileans are all 7x57. as you can see in the pictures, both the barrel and receiver match and it has the Chilean proof stamped on the sight base. also you can see how it pretty near swallows up a Greek 8mm. any thoughts? this has me quite puzzled.