All rifles must ship to a 01 or C&R FFL.
Prices DO NOT INCLUDE shipping.
All shipping will be by US Postal Service.
Can do a FTF in the Sacramento, CA area.
Payment should be by US POSTAL SERVICE money order. Any other money order and shipment will be held till money order clears. My bank has not been crediting other MO’s right away due to counterfeit MO’s.
Head space has been checked and is good on all rifles.
Pictures of all items can be seen at my Photo Bucket “Items for Sale”.photobucket.com/albums/v47/Pthfndr/Stuff%20for%20Sale/
When you click on a image there it will tell what it is.
First EMAIL saying “I’ll take it” gets it.
Send replies or questions to me at RobertThomas2@comcast.net
1)1908 Brazilian Mauser DWM Berlin 7x57 - SOLD
Metal finish is turning brown. Crest is plainly visible and has star on side of butt stock. Bore is clean and shiny. Bolt # does not match receiver. Heel of stock starting to split and there are 2 deep scratches on left side of stock. Metal has a lot of pitting below the wood line but I was told the rifle is still safe to fire using loads appropriate for the era. I have shot it and it’s very accurate with both hand loads and FM ammo. No import marks.
2)1908 Brazilian Mauser DWM Oberndorf 7x57 - SOLD
Metal finish is quite good, just barely turning brown. Excellent crest and cartouche (not star). Grooves are dark but lands have shine. Bolt # does not match receiver. Stock is in VG condition. There is very little pitting below the wood line. The rifle shoots quite well. No import marks.
3)1946 K Kale Turkish Mauser 8mm - SOLD
Metal is in excellent condition with near 100% bluing. Bore is in good condition with darkness in the grooves. The wood is one of those 2x4 replacement stocks that I have sanded down and refinished till it’s smooth as silk, and sealed with Tung Oil. There’s a small arsenal repair between the rear sight and receiver. It shoots extremely well.
4)British Enfield No4 Mk1 .303 British - $175 - SOLD
This rifle was FTR’d and I believe it’s a Fazakerly. Metal is in excellent condition with near 100% bluing except for the upper half of the nose band. Bolt is marked “1” and also has a small M stamped on it. Mag number matches the receiver. The rear sight is the milled type ladder with thumb wheel. Bore is bright and shiny with VG grooves and lands. There are a couple small stamp symbols on the wrist band but my camera couldn’t bring them out. Looks like an I, N, and either a 10 or a “TO”. Wood is in excellent condition with a very nice grain to it. The upper hand guard has the finger grooves and the butt stock is the longer one. There are also several cartouches on the bottom of the stock on the fore end. This is a very accurate rifle and I used it in a couple Mil Surp Silhouette matches. No import marks.
5)Schmidt Rubin 1911 Long Rifle 7.5x55 Swiss - SOLD
Serial number puts it in the 1915 production range. Metal has a brown patina. Bore is typically Swiss – bright and shiny as a mirror. All the numbers match. The stock is in great shape with few dings or handling marks. No import mark.