NO RESERVE! Mauser Pre War .22 Trainer - Unusual!
Used Condition
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8/5/2017 6:07 AM
Item 670766511
Location Sequim, WA 98382
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WA 8.7%   
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This is a Mauser pre-war single shot training rifle in .22 Long Rifle. The overall condition is very good+. The stock is very nice (considering it's age) with many small handling marks and a few dings and scratches but no cracks or gouges. It has not been sanded and retains most of the original varnish. The stock and the hand guard are serial numbered to the gun. The metal is very good also with strong bluing that is thin in a few areas and has a some freckles here and there. The 26" barrel has an excellent bore and great rifling that is bright and shiny with no pitting. The action is tight and crisp and functions perfectly. Now for the unusual. The receiver is marked with the Mauser banner but the stock is not. The right side of the receiver is marked "Deutches Sportmodell". The stock is configured very much like a Mauser K98. It has the slot cut for the sling and the post for the sling and a stock disc, just like a K98. The right side of the disc is marked "74/R221". The rifle has the original sling which is in good condition but is unmarked. The rifle itself has all matching numbers with the exception of the front stock cap which is numbered to a different rifle. Much like the early K98 Mausers, all small parts are numbered. There are no Nazi Waffenamt proofs. The stock has no finger grooves on the forend, yet many other training rifles do. Last but not least, The butt plate is very similar to the early K98's butt plate. I have not seen another example in this configuration. This would be a great addition to someones WWII / German collection. Buyer pays actual shipping. This must ship to an FFL or your C&R license is acceptable for transfer if permitted in your area. Sorry, no sales to California.
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