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1925 Izhevsk Dragoon, Dynamo sniper replica

Replica Zeiss Zielvier scope, and Geco mount, from Feldscher.
 

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My oldest (and only) sniper:

1918 CG M96, upgraded to M41b in mid to late 1940's??
 

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a 1933 Tula ex-PE is my oldest "real" sniper.
I also have a 1928 Tula/Dynamo repro, but I don't count that one.
 

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Original 1943 Izhevsk PU
 

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Ok, 1900!

Actually these two Swedish M41b snipers were built in 1955 or thereabouts. These original M96 rifles were manufactured by Carl Gustafs Stads Gevarsfaktori in 1898. Then in 1900, the receivers were replaced with Oberndorf parts dated 1900. Confused? Me too!
 

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are they early Samco's? I got in too late but still bought two but not Obie's. Do you store your snipers w/o the scopes?
 

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Terrylee, for how much and when did you purchase your Enfield sniper for. Just wondering for archival information as to value and pricing information. Thanks.
 

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Samco M41b snipers

Sal, I think I got them from Samco about '05/06. :) They still have some nice rifles, but not all matching anymore. And yes, I store the scopes in thier cans in my safe.
 

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1941? I might have an older one.

......MJ.....
 

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Lithgow No1 MkIII* HT 1/1; (oldest and only...) 1945 conversion of a 1916 rifle.
 

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To Enfield Collector: Sorry can't give you any meaningful information on current value. Acquired the rifle when I was a student in 1965. If I remember correctly, didn't pay very much for it.
 
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