CZECH VZ 24 MAUSER RIFLE, UNSCRUBBED CREST

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Item 808116339
Location Vandalia, OH 45377
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CZECH VZ 24 MAUSER RIFLE, UNSCRUBBED CREST The VZ 24 rifle is the most famous of the Czech Mauser rifles produced in the aftermath of the Great War and served as the standard weapon for the Czech armed forces prior to World War II. Resembling the German Kar98k to a large degree and using the same 7.92mm ammunition, the VZ 24 inventory was seized by Nazi occupiers and re-issued in great numbers to German troops. Most of these rifles saw hard use and abusive weather conditions on the Eastern Front, resulting in damaged stocks, worn bores and Czech crests ground off the receivers. Huge quantities were captured by the Russians (along with the Romanian version) and later exported to the U.S. and North Vietnam. The rifle offered here seems to have been spared that fate. It was manufactured at the famed Brno factory in 1926 during the third year of production. The stock disk indicates that this weapon was originally issued to the 125th Artillery Battalion as Rifle No. 1708. The solid walnut stock has no cracks and very few handling marks. The bore remains is good condition although somewhat frosted and the Czech crest is intact. The action functions smoothly and comes with a correct reproduction sling. Now nearly one hundred years old, this firearm retains significant historical value and will make an accurate shooter with inexpensive milsurp ammunition. $45 shipping charge to CONUS. No California sales. C&R eligible, of course.
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