MANOWAR'S MILITARY SURPLUS RIFLES FOR SALE

Gun Make

Gun Model

Caliber

Rifle Description

Sale Price

DWM Mauser, Berlin, Germany, 1897

Argentine Mauser M1891 Engineers' Carbine

7.65x53mm

Argentine Contract Mauser, made by DWM in Germany. The receiver is marked "Mauser Modelo Argentino 1891" and "Deutsche Waffen- und Munitionsfabriken, Berlin". 17.5" barrel, 37" long overall. Original 7.65mm caliber. Argentine Crest is present! Metal finish is 95% bluing. No pitting, no rust. Shiny bore with good rifling. All serial numbers match! Stock is in good condition, with gouges. A soundly repaired crack at the left side of the grip. Both bayonet mounting bands are present. A very rare carbine variant, all matching, with an intact crest. Antique, no FFL req'd to purchase. C8115 Argentine Mauser M91 Engineers' Carbine For Sale - See PICTURES

$838

Oesterreichische Waffenfabrik Steyr, Austria, 1916

Austro-Hungarian Mannlicher M1895 (M.95) Infantry Rifle

8x50R

Straight pull bolt action Mannlicher M95 Long Rifle made by Steyr for the Austro-Hungarian army in 1916. "Steyr M95" is marked on top of the receiver. Austrian Eagle proofmarks on the receiver and barrel. Austrian (Wiener-Neustadt) 'Wn [eagle]16' acceptance marked on the barrel shank. It is still in it's original 8x50R caliber, not 'S'-marked for the 8x56R 'Spitzer' conversion. Barrel 30", overall 50". Metal finish: 60% bluing, turning brown. No rust. Bore has strong sharp shiny rifling, dark grooves. Wood is in good condition with typical dings, no cracks. Woodloss by the buttplate. Serial numbers match. Leather sling attached. A very hard to find long rifle, in uncut, unrefinished condition in it's original caliber. Served in both World Wars. 3158J Austrian Mannlicher M95 Rifle for sale - See PICTURES

$595 on hold for Cody

Fabrica De Itajuba, Brazil, cca.1935

Brazilian Mauser M1908/34 .30 Short Rifle

.30-06 US

Brazilian Mauser, made in Brazil after their army switched from 7mm Mauser to .30-06 US. The receiver is marked "Fabrica De Itajuba - Brasil" and a sharp large Brazilian Crest. Also marked with the model and caliber: "Mod. 08/34 .30". Barrel 24", overall 44". Metal finish: 90% bluing started turning brown, no pitting, no rust. Shiny bore with good rifling, slightly dark in the grooves. Serial numbers match, except bolt. Stock is in very good condition with small dings and bruises, no cracks. Popular .30-06 ammo. 23645 Brazilian Itajuba Mauser Rifle for sale - See PICTURES

$375 on hold for DR

BSA Co, Great Britain, 1916

British Short Lee Enfield (Sht.LE) No.1 Mk.III* Rifle

.303R British

British WW1 and WW2 service rifle, manufactured by Birmingham Small Arms Factory in the UK in 1916. Receiver has the British Crown with the legend "GR BSA.Co 1916 Sht.LE III*". Barrel 25", overall 44" long. Several British acceptance marks are present on the rifle. It is in its original .303R British caliber. Metal finish: 85% thinning bluing. No rust, no pitting. Shiny bore, strong sharp rifling. Serial numbers match except bolt. Stock is in very good condition, with several neatly done arsenal repairs. 10-round removable box magazine. A very fine example of the British WW1-WW2 battle rifles. B76553 British Enfield No.1 Mk.III Rifle For Sale - See PICTURES

$520 on hold for JV

BSA Co, Great Britain, 1937

British Short Lee Enfield (Sht.LE) No.1 Mk.III Rifle

.303R British

British WW2 service rifle, manufactured by Birmingham Small Arms Factory in the UK in 1937. Receiver has the British Crown with the legend "GR BSA.Co 1937 Sht.LE III". Barrel 25", overall 44" long. Several British acceptance marks are present on the rifle. It is in its original .303R British caliber. Metal finish: 75% thinning bluing. Minor old pitting at the woodline. Mirror bright bore with strong sharp rifling. All serial numbers match, bolt is unnumbered. Stock is in good condition, with several cosmetic hairline cracks. 10-round box magazine. Marked "D.P." (Drill Purpose). Firing pin tip was ground and extractor spring is missing. It should be an easy restoration. A good example of the British WW2 battle rifles. L25618 British Enfield No.1 Mk.III Rifle For Sale - See PICTURES

$375

Maltby Factory, Yorkshire, Great Britain, 1943

British SMLE No.4 Mk.I Rifle

.303R British

British service rifle, manufactured during WW2 by Royal Ordnance Factory Maltby in the UK. The receiver band has the serial number and the model NO4. MKI. Barrel 25", overall 44" long. It is in its original .303R British caliber. Metal finish: 85% bluing. No rust, light pitting on the magazine. Mirror bright shiny bore, strong sharp rifling. Bolt's serial number do not match. Stock is in very good condition, no cracks. A heavy duty canvas sling is attached. This is a great representative of the British WW2 battle rifles. A13171 British Enfield No.4 Mk.I Rifle for Sale - See PICTURES

$450

Eddystone Remington Arms, USA, 1916

British Enfield Pattern 1914 (P14) No.3 Mk.I rifle

.303R British

British WW1 service rifle, manufactured by Eddystone, Remington's subsidiary, for the British Contract. Receiver legend is "ERA" (Eddystone Remington Arms) and the serial number. British acceptance marks are present. The rifle is still in its original .303R British caliber. 6 round mag. Barrel 26". Metal finish: 25% thinning blue. Minor pitting, mostly at the muzzle and on the front sight ears. Mirror bright shiny bore with good rifling. Serial numbers match except bolt. Stock is in good to very good condition, with typical bruises. Tiny crack at the tang and in the handguard. Several markings on the buttstock. The original volley sight disc is present. A nice representative of the US made British WW1 rifles. Accurate rifles, still used during WW2 as snipers. 506565 P14 Enfield Rifle for sale - see PICTURES

$565

Waffenabrik Steyr, Austria, 1903

Bulgarian Mannlicher M95/34 Repetier Carbine

8x56R

Straight pull Mannlicher bolt action carbine made in the Austro-Hungarian Empire by OEWG Steyr for the 1st Bulgarian M95 Contract in 1903. Sometimes it was referred to as 'Karabina' or 'Pushka Mannlicher Obrazetz 1903g'. The Bulgarian Rampant Lion Shield and "M95" are marked on top of the receiver. Originally this was a Long Rifle. It was rechambered for the 8x56R and the barrel was shortened to carbine length by Bulgaria. Barrel 20" long, overall 39.5" long. Metal finish is 50% thinning blue, showing some discoloration. No rust. Bore has strong rifling, dark grooves. Wood is in very good condition, with a pretty woodgrain. Hairline crack behind the tang and in the handguard. All serial numbers match, except stock. Bulgarian Rampant Lion acceptance marked on the barrel shank. S-marked barrel for 8x56R "Spitzer" ammunition. Served in both World Wars. Bulgarian Lion Crested carbines are very hard to find. 8228 Bulgarian Mannlicher M95/34 Carbine for sale - See PICTURES

$475

Manufactura Loewe, Berlin, Germany, 1895

Chilean M1895 Mauser Short Rifle

7x57mm Mauser

Small ring Chilean Contract Mauser, made by Loewe in Berlin, Germany, 1895. Receiver legend: "Mauser Chileno Modelo 1895" "Manufactura Loewe, Berlin". Rear sight is graduated to 1400 meters. Original 7mm Mauser caliber. Faint Chilean crest on the receiver. Metal finish is 70%, with scattered pitting. Strong shiny rifling with dark grooves. All serial numbers match. Wood is in good condition, with a long crack in the forend. Chilean 1895 dated crest on the buttstock. Smooth tight action. Still has the original front sight protector and a cleaning rod. This is a rare intermediate length 'Short Rifle' in original 7mm caliber. 22" long barrel. Antique, no FFL req'd to purchase. C8313 Chilean Mauser M1895 Short Rifle For Sale - See PICTURES

$316 on hold GH

Waffenwerke Mauser, Oberndorf, Germany, 1935

Chinese M1933 Standard Modell Mauser Banner Short Rifle

7.92x57mm (8mm Mauser)

Mauser Banner Standard Model large ring M98k-type short rifle manufactured for the Chinese Contract. There are 12-point star Chinese Nationalist Crests on the barrel and both sides of the receiver. Sharp Mauser Banner on top of the receiver. Serial numbers match except bolt. Metal finish is 90% bluing. Light pitting mostly on the buttplate. Shiny bore with good rifling. Stock is laminated wood, in very good- condition with a few dings, several minor cracks & arsenal repairs. A rare German made Chinese Contract rifle, not a more common Chinese copy 'Chiang Kai Shek' Mauser. Used during the Japanese-Chinese war and WW2. C27247 Chinese M1933 Mauser Banner Rifle for sale - See PICTURES

$395 on hold for CL

Waffenfabrik Steyr, Austria, 1912

Colombian Mauser M1912 Long Rifle

7x57mm

Colombian Contract Mauser, a small number was manufactured by Steyr, Austria. The receiver is marked "Modelo 1912 Steyr Austria", mostly worn off. Metal finish: 5% blue remains, turned brown. Pitted under the wood. Receiver & bolt were "in the white" (never blued), show brown staining. Bore has good shiny rifling, dark grooves. Serial numbers do not match. Stock is in good condition with dings and bruises. Cracked by the cross bolt and in the forend. Tip of handguard is missing. A very rare Colombian model, quality made rifle. Smooth action. Most of these rifles were sequestered by Austria and used in WW1. Hard to find in any condition. A335 Colombian Mauser M1912 Rifle for Sale - See PICTURES

$270

Zbrojovka Brno, Czechoslovakia, cca 1930

Colombian M1924/50 Mauser Rifle

U.S. .30-06

Originally a Czech made M1924 (Vz.24) Colombian Contract short rifle in 7x57mm caliber. Arsenal converted to .30-06 in 1952. The receiver is marked 'R. FAMAGE 1952' (Reformado Fabrica de Materials de Guerra) in Bogota, Columbia. Faint Colombian crest. The receiver bridge is marked ".30" for the .30-06. Metal finish: 75% thinning blue, turning brown. The receiver is a lightly pitted at the woodline. Mirror bright shiny bore with sharp rifling. The bolt's serial number do not match. Stock is in good+ condition with hairline crack in the handguard. Green canvas sling attached. Chambered for the powerful US .30-06. F.20589 Colombian Mauser M24/50 for sale - See PICTURES

$327

Zbrojovka Brno, Czechoslovakia, 1923

Czech Mauser VZ.23 Short Rifle

7.92x57mm (8mm Mauser)

A large ring M98-type Mauser made in Czechoslovakia in 1923, used in WWII. Receiver legend: 'CS Zavody Na Vyrobu Zbrani Brno'. No model designation. Original E-lion proof crossed out, new 'E' Lion' proof with no date added. Bolt's serial does not match. 23.5" barrel, 43" overall. Metal finish: 90% blue, no rust, no pitting. Bore has strong shiny rifling, dark in the grooves. Stock is in very good condition, with small dings and bruises, no cracks. Smooth action. An early Czech made Mauser with updated VZ.24 style stock. A very rare marked rifle. 9570L3 Czechoslovakian Vz.23/Vz.24 Mauser Rifle for Sale - See PICTURES

$535

Zbrojovka Brno, Czechoslovakia, 1937

Czech Mauser VZ.24 Short Rifle

7.92x57mm (8mm Mauser)

A large ring M98-type Mauser made in Czechoslovakia in 1937, used in WWII. Receiver legend: 'Ceskoslovenska Zbrojovka A.S. Brno VZ.24'. No crest. Czech proofed 'E' Lion '37'. All serial numbers match except the bolt's. 23.5" barrel. 10% thinning bluing, nicely worn, no rust, no pitting. Dark bore with strong sharp rifling. Stock is in good to very good condition, with dings and bruises, no cracks. Nice woodgrain. Smooth action. A nice representative of the Czech made Czech proofed Mauser VZ.24 rifles. B54956 Czechoslovakian VZ.24 Mauser Rifle for Sale - See PICTURES

$365

Zbrojovka Brno, Czechoslovakia, 1939

Czech Mauser VZ.24 Short Rifle

7.92x57mm (8mm Mauser)

A large ring M98-type Mauser made in Czechoslovakia in 1939, used in WWII. Receiver legend: 'Ceskoslovenska Zbrojovka A.S. Brno VZ.24'. Has sharp Rampant Lion Crest. Czech proofed 'E' Lion '39'. Only the receiver is serialized, other parts are unnumbered. 23.5" barrel, 43" overall. 5% thinning bluing, nicely worn, no rust, no pitting. Shiny bore with strong rifling, a bit dark in the grooves. Stock is in good condition, with dings and bruises, no cracks. Small woodloss and a crack in the handguard. Smooth action. Front sight protector is mounted. A nice representative of the Czech made Large Lion Crested Mauser VZ.24 rifles. G59882 Czechoslovakian Rampant Lion Crested VZ.24 Mauser Rifle for Sale - See PICTURES

$465.

Tikka, Finland, 1941

Finnish Mosin Nagant M1891 Rifle

7.62x54r

Finnish built WW2 battle rifle with a 1941 Finnish Tikka made barrel with a mirror bright bore with strong sharp rifling. Assembled on a Russian M1891 Ishevsk Arsenal 1905 dated hex receiver. Barrel 31", overall 51.5". Metal finish is 70% thinning bluing. No rust. Old paint on the buttplate. Rounded finger-jointed 2-piece stock is in excellent condition, no cracks. All serialized parts match, including the bolt. Imperial Russian Eagle Crest is intact on the receiver. 1-piece Finnish style front sight. Barrel is marked with 'SA' (Suomen Armeija). Cleaning rod included. Hard to find collectible rifle. 21489 Finnish Tikka Mosin Nagant M1891 Rifle for sale - See PICTURES

$545

Tikka, Finland, 1944

Finnish Mosin Nagant M91/30 Rifle

7.62x54r

Originally a Tula 1940 manufactured Soviet Red Army Mosin Nagant M91/30 Rifle, captured by Finland during the 1940 Winter War in WW2. The rifle was rebuilt in 1944 using a Finnish Tikka Arsenal made barrel. New 2-piece Finnish made "fat" stock. Receiver and barrel are matching, serialized by Finland. Metal finish is 98% strong bluing. Mirror bright bore with sharp rifling. Stock in excellent condition, with very few bumps. 3 tiny cosmetic cracks and a small sliver is missing from the forend. Soviet Tula made 1940 dated "round" receiver. Rare collectible rifle in excellent shape, only a few of these were manufactured and even fewer were built on "round" receivers. 66035 Finnish Mosin Nagant M1891/30 Rifle for sale - See PICTURES

$400 on hold for JV

St. Etienne, France, 1872

French Le Fusil Chassepot Mle 1866 Infantry Rifle

11x59Rmm French

Early single shot bolt action Chassepot Needle Fire Rifle used by the French Military. The 1st bolt action rifle adapted by any military. The receiver legend is 'St. Etienne', 'Mle 1866' and various French proofmarks. It is still in its original 11x59R caliber. Barrel 32", overall 52". All matching serial numbers. Metal finish: 75% turned brown. Scattered light pitting on most surfaces. Moderate pitting on the buttplate and the muzzle end. Missing rubber washer from the bolt. Suprisingly nice shiny bright bore with strong sharp rifling. Sight slide is hard to operate. Frozen swivels. Stock is in near excellent condition, no cracks. The 'Holy Water' plug is still there. A decent representative of the early large bore French rifles. It is hard to find a rifle this old with nice bore and with matching numbers. Antique, no license is needed to purchase. N97951 French Chassepot M1866 Rifle for sale - See PICTURES

$625 on hold for RB

Waffenfabrik Mauser, Amberg, Germany, 1887

German Mauser Mod. Gew.71/84 Jaeger Rifle

11.15x60Rmm (11mm Mauser)

Early German Military rifle, designed by Paul Mauser. The receiver legend is partially worn, 'I. G. Mod.71/84', 'Amberg', '1887' and various Imperial German proofmarks. It is still in its original 11.15x60R caliber. 31.5" barrel, 51" overall length. Metal finish: 10% thinning bluing. Minor scattered pitting at the woodline. Extractor, follower & its spring are missing. Bright bore with strong sharp rifling. Serial numbers do not match. Stock is in good condition, with bruises, no cracks. Original rear sight slide still works. No Turkish markings. Cartridge lifter functions fine. Bolt closes very tight. Unit marked on the buttplate: G.R.J. 4.91.'. A good representative of the famous early large bore Mausers. A rare Jaeger variant with the post mounted rear sling swivel. Antique, no license is needed to purchase. 40267 German Mauser Gew.71/84 Jaeger Rifle For Sale - See PICTURES

$440

Waffenfabrik Mauser, Erfurt, Germany, 1891

German Mannlicher Gew.88/05 Commission Infantry Rifle

7.92x57mm (8x57S Mauser)

The classic German Military Commission designed rifle, with mostly Mannlicher features. Receiver legend is 'Erfurt 1890' and 'Gew.88.'. Converted to the 7.92x57mm S-patrone, stripper clip loading, a magazine dust cover was added, the "/05" conversion by Germany. Post WW1 Turkish marked bolt, rear sight and Crescent Moon on the receiver. Metal finish: 90% thinning bluing with minor pitting on the right side of the barrel jacket. Bolthead is present. Bright shiny bore with good rifling. Serial numbers of receiver and barrel match. Stock is in good+ condition, no cracks. Thin slivers of wood are missing from the forend. Lots of Imperial proofmarks are present. Cleaning rod included. Canvas sling and a quick disconnect sling swivel attachment are included. Magazine dust cover included. A good representative of the famous Imperial German WW1 rifles. Antique, no license is needed to purchase. 3283X German Mannlicher Gew.88/05 Rifle for sale PICTURES

$345 on hold for SJ

FEG, Budapest, Hungary

Hungarian Frommer Monte Carlo M1929 Shotgun

12ga

A nice Hungarian Frommer M1929 Shotgun is listed for sale in my Sporting Rifles and Shotguns for Sale page

FEG (Lampagyar), Budapest, Hungary, 1953

Hungarian 48.M Mosin Nagant Rifle (Carbine)

7.62x54Rmm

A Hungarian version of the Russian M44 Mosin Nagant carbine, made during the Cold War for Warsaw Pact use. A number of these were used by the Hungarian Revolutionary forces in 1956. Most parts are marked with '02', Hungary's Warsaw Pact code. The top of the chamber has the Hungarian Rakosi Crest and the date of manufacture, 1953. These rifles were only manufactured during 1952-53. Metal finish is 85% bluing, no rust. 20" long barrel, 40" overall. Bore has very good shiny rifling, a bit dark grooves. Serial number match, except bolt's. Birch stock is in very good condition. Hairline crack behind the tang. Comes with an impressive permanently installed folding bayonet. This Hungarian version is the rarest of all M44 variants. CA1227 Hungarian Mosin Nagant 48.M for sale - See PICTURES

$309 on hold for BC

Torino, Italy, 1877

Italian Vetterli-Vitali M1870/87 Rifle

10.35x47Rmm Vetterli (.41)

An early Italian Vetterli-Vitali bolt action rifle with a 4-round magazine. Originally made as an M1870 single shot rifle, in Torino, Italy in 1877. During the /87 conversion a 4-round Vitali box magazine and stock reinforcement was added. The original 10.35mm caliber was kept. Receiver marked 'Torino' and '1877'. Metal surface is 98% black paint over scattered shallow pitting. The bore is surprisingly nice & shiny with strong sharp rifling. Stock is in excellent condition, with pretty woodgrain. Hairline cracked on the right side. All serial numbers match. Frozen swivels. Cleaning rod attached. Original 10.35 caliber Vetterlis like this are very rare, as most of them vere converted to 6.5mm during WW1. Antique, no license is needed to purchase. AD4968 Italian Vetterli Vitali Rifle For Sale - See PICTURES

$420 on hold for PI

Brescia, Italy, 1881

Italian Vetterli-Carcano M1871/87/15 Rifle

6.5x52mm Carcano

An early Italian bolt action Vetterli-Carcano Rifle with a 6-round magazine. Originally made as an M1871 single shot rifle, then with the /87 conversion a 4-round Vitali box magazine was added. Converted during WW1 to 6.5mm and a 6-round Mannlicher-Carcano magazine was installed. 33.5" barrell, 53" overall. The receiver is marked 'Brescia 1881'. Metal finish is 95%. No pitting. Bore has strong sharp rifling, dark in the grooves. The stock is in good condition, a few dings, some yellow paint and several cracks which need repair. All serial numbers match. Antique, no license is needed to purchase. MP5631 Italian Vetterli Carcano Rifle for Sale - See PICTURES

$235 on hold for TF

Beretta Gardone VT, Italy, cca. 1940

Italian Mannlicher-Carcano M1891/38 Cavalry Carbine

6.5x52mm Carcano

A WW2 used Italian bolt action cavalry carbine with a 6-round magazine. Based on the serial it was manufactured by Beretta Gardone Valtrompia, Italy, it is unmarked and undated. 18" barrel, 36" overall length. Permanently attached folding spike bayonet. Fixed rear sight with 'CAL 6,5' marked on it. Metal finish is 98% bluing. Minor pitting on the bayonet and buttplate, Buttplate has a trapdoor storage compartment. Mirror bright shiny bore with strong rifling. Stock is in excellent condition, with very few dings. No cracks. Serial numbers match. A less common Carcano variant with the folding bayonet, in outstanding condition. Authentic looking sling is attached. TS2736 Italian Carcano M38 Cavalry Carbine for sale - See PICTURES

$395 on hold for YY

Fabrica di Armas Terni / Beretta, Italy, 1939

Japanese Arisaka Tipo I Rifle

6.5x50mmSR Japanese

A Japanese Navy Contract Rifle designed by the Fabrica di Armas, Terni, Italy. It is a combination of Carcano, Mauser & Arisaka features. 31" barrel, 51" overall. Referred to as 'Type I' or 'Tipo I'. No markings, except the serial number on the barrel shank. Metal surface is 95% strong bluing started to turn brown. Light pitting on the buttplate. Bore has strong sharp shiny rifing, a bit dark grooves. Stock is in very good condition 2-piece Japanese-style buttstock. No cracks. Only the barrel is serialized, no mismatched numbers. Japanese made Bushnell Magnum Phantom 2.5X scope in excellent condition is attached to the rear sight base. It would need a new rear sight and a front sight blade to restore the original military configuration. Leather sling included. A nice example of the rare Japanese Navy WW2 rifles. H9995 Japanese Navy Arisaka Tipo I Rifle for Sale - See PICTURES

$303

Koishikawa Tokyo, Japan, cca. 1900

Japanese Arisaka Type 30 Training Rifle

6.5mm training cartridge

Japanese made full size Type 30 Training Rifle. An interesting Arisaka design with both Mauser and Mannlicher features. Smooth bore barrel, designed to fire blank training ammo. Metal finish is 95% black paint, holding strong. Mirror bright bore. Wood is in very good condition with very few small dings, chipped by the buttplate, crack in the handguard. Koishikawa Factory marked and has a 4-digit serial number. Type 30 Arisakas are scarce, and the training rifle versions are even more harder to find. While trainers are typically well used, this one is a very fine exemption, a nice example of a 115 year old trainer. No license is required to purchase. 2998 Japanese Type 30 Training Rifle For Sale - See PICTURES

$315

Nagoya Arsenal, Japan, 1933

Japanese Arisaka Type 38 Rifle

6.5x51SR Japanese

Japanese Arisaka Type 38 Infantry Rifle, Nagoya Series 26, manufactured in 1933. Used in Manchuria and later during WW2. Receiver is marked 'Type 38' in Japanese, and with the Nagoya Arsenal symbol. The Mum was removed at the Japanese surrender in 1945. Metal finish: 95% bluing. No pitting. Bore has strong shiny rifling with dark grooves. Wood is in good- condition with plenty of bruises, gouges, but no cracks. 76614 Japanese Type 38 Rifle For Sale - See PICTURES

$220 on hold for GW

FN, Herstal Belgium, cca.1935

Peruvian Mauser M1935 Short Rifle

7.65x53mm Arg.

Peruvian Contract Mauser, made by FN in Belgium. The receivers are marked: "Modelo 1935" and "Fab. Nat. D'ArmesDe Guerre Herstal - Belgique". A large sharp Peruvian crest is on the receiver with "Republica Peruana". Barrel 23.5", overall 43". Metal finish: 30% thinning bluing. Some pitting on the receiver at the woodline. Shiny bore with strong rifling. Serial numbers match, except bolt. Stock is in very good- condition, with bruises. No cracks. Tight smooth action. A nice quality made rifle in very good overall condition. Peruvian crested rifles are a very rare find. 20746 Peruvian Mauser M1935 Rifle for sale - See PICTURES

$656

Waffenfabrik Steyr, Austria, 1886

Portugese M1886 Kropatschek Contract Rifle

8x60R

Portugese Contract Rifle designed by Alfred Kropatschek, manufactured by Steyr, Austria. Very smooth bolt action. One of the highest quality rifles built at that time. The receiver is marked with the crest of Portugal and with 'OEWFG STEYR 1886' and M1886. 32" barrel, 52" long overall. Metal finish: 85% bluing, started to turn brown, no rust. Serial numbers match, except bolt. Bright shiny bore with strong rifling. Wood in very good condition, 2 tiny 1/4" cracks by the tang. A lightly pitted cleaning rod is included. Turning bolt action, 8-round internal tube magazine rifle. Antique, no license is needed to purchase. GG927 Portuguese Kropatschek M1886 Rifle - See PICTURES

$567

DWM, Berlin, Germany, cca.1904

Portuguese M1904/39 Vergueiro Mauser

7.92x57 (8mm Mauser)

German made Portugese 1904 Contract Mauser, an unusual Mauser variant. The receiver is marked 'Espingarda Portugueza'. Some of these original contract 6.5mm caliber rifles were arsenal converted to 8mm Mauser in 1939. Metal finish is 95% strong brownish blue. Light pitting at the woodline and some under the handguard. All visible serial numbers match, except on the safety, and the replacment barrel of course does not match. Mirror bright bore with strong rifling. Stock is in near excellent condition with very few small dings, no cracks. Handguard tip is cracked. Has a hefty front sight protector. Features a rare hinged floor plate. Smooth action. Correct cleaning rod included (not shown on the photos). D3388 Portuguese Vergueiro Mauser M04/39 Short Rifle For Sale - See PICTURES

$375

Ceskoslovenska Zbrojovka Brno, Czechoslovakia, cca. 1938

Romanian Mauser VZ.24 Short Rifle

7.92x57mm (8mm Mauser)

A large ring M98-type Mauser made in Czechoslovakia for the Romanian Contract. Receiver legend: 'Ceskoslovenska Zbrojovka A.S., Brno VZ.24'. The 2nd letter 'R' in the serial number indicates the Romanian Contract and also several Romanian 'CM' acceptance marks are visible. Partial Romanian Crest. 23.5" barrel, 43" overall. Tight smooth action. 60% thinning bluing, nicely worn off, no rust, no pitting. Strong sharp shiny rifling, dark grooves. Stock is in good to very good condition, with dings and bruises. Handguard has a hairline crack. Serial numbers do not match. Romanian WW2 used rifle. GR24965 Romanian VZ.24 Mauser Rifle For Sale - See PICTURES

$335

Uzinele Mecanice Cugir, Transylvania, Romania, 1954

Romanian Mosin Nagant M1944 (M44) Carbine

7.62x54r

A Cold War Era Warsaw Pact Romanian copy of the Soviet M44 Mosin Nagant carbine. The Cugir Factory made 1954 dated "round" receiver, with a sharp Romanian Communist Crest and the Cugir logo. Metal finish: 50% thinning blue. No rust, no pitting. Shiny bore with good strong rifling, slightly dark grooves. Stock is in good to very good condition, with 3 field repaired cracks. All serial numbers match. A 14" long folding spike bayonet is attached. Rear sight is graduated to 1000 meters. An all matching Romanian Cold War Era gun, these are much more rare than the Russians. UZ744 Romanian Mosin Nagant M44 for sale - See PICTURES

$290 on hold for VL

Uzinele Mecanice Cugir, Transylvania, Romania, 1958

Romanian M1956 SKS Carbine

7.62x39mm

A very nice example of a Cold War era Romanian made Simonov (SKS) semi automatic rifles. Marked with the Romanian Cugir Factory 'Arrow in Triangle' symbol, the serial numbers and it is dated 1958. 20" barrel, 40" overall. Comes with the original 10-round stripper clip loadable magazine, accepts after-market banana clips without an alteration. Metal finish is 99.9% strong deep bluing. Chrome lined mirror bright bore with sharp rifling. Stock is in excellent condition with a unique arsenal repair on the left side. All serial numbers match! Storage compartment with internal spring under the buttplate trap door. Comes with a correct folding blade bayonet attached. Early manufacture Romanian SKS. FE1243 Romanian SKS Carbine for sale - See PICTURES

$585 on hold for VD

Tula, Russia, 1917

Russian Mosin Nagant M1891 (M91) Infantry Rifle

7.62x54r

Russian M1891 Mosin Nagant 3-Line Infantry Rifle. Manufactured by the Tula Arsenal in 1917. The Tzarist Russian eagles were removed by the Communists. The receiver is marked in cyrillic 'Tulskiy Imperatora Petra Velikago Oruzheyniy Zavod 1917', (Peter the Great legend). Matching serial numbers on the receiver, barrel and buttplate. Dark bore with strong sharp rifling. Metal finish: 75% blue. No rust, no pitting. Stock is in good to very good condition. Well repaired crack in the buttstock. Russian Tsarist rifle used in WW1, Soviet Red Army used in WW2. The stock has a "pinecone" stamp, which is attributed to Bulgarian military service. 55872 Russian Mosin Nagant M91 Rifle for Sale - See PICTURES

$353

Koishikawa Tokyo, Japan, 1902-04

Siamese Mauser M1902 Rifle

8x52R

Japanese Koishikawa Arsenal manufactured M98-style Siamese Mauser with several Arisaka-type features. Contract rifle made for Siam (Thailand), with the Siamese Crest on the receiver. Metal finish is 95% bluing. Shiny bore with good rifling, dark grooves. Wood is in very good condition w/ dings & bruises, no cracks. Still has the sliding dustcover and the sliding trap door in the buttplate. 17448 Siamese Mauser Rifle For Sale - See PICTURES

$360 on hold for RS

Oviedo, Spain, 1914

Spanish M1893 Mauser Rifle

7x57mm (7mm Mauser)

Spanish made version of the famous German M1893 Mauser action. Used extensively by all sides during the Spanish Civil War. Barrel 29.5", overall 48.5". Chambers the original 7x57mm cartridge. Receiver has a sharp Spanish crown crest and the 'Fabrica De Armas Oviedo 1914' legend. Metal finish is 65% bluing, turning brown. Scattered pitting, mostly consistent with corrosion caused by bloody hands. Matching serial numbers, except bolt and floorplate. Shiny bore with good rifling, dark in the grooves. Stock is in good+ condition with handling marks and bruises, short cracks in the forend and handguards. Rear sight spring is cracked, slide missing. Nice sharp 'Oviedo 1924' stamp on the buttstock. X2214 Spanish M93 Mauser Rifle for sale - See PICTURES

$242

Oviedo, Spain, 1925

Spanish M1916 Mauser Carbine 1st Pattern

7x57mm (7mm Mauser)

Improved Spanish Mauser based on the famous M1893 Mauser action. Used extensively by all sides during the Spanish Civil War. Features the original Lange-type rollercoaster rear sight. Chambering the original 7x57mm cartridge. Receiver has the Spanish crest and the 'Fabrica De Armas Oviedo 1925' legend. Metal finish is 75% thinning blue, turned brown. No rust. Non-matching serial numbers. Strong shiny rifling, dark grooves. Stock is in good condition with plenty of handling marks and bruises. Hinged floorplate. Cleaning rod is included. 1st Pattern carbines with the Lange sight are very rare. 9697 Spanish Mauser Carbine for sale - See PICTURES

$325

Oviedo, Spain, cca. 1930

Spanish M1916 Mauser Carbine 2nd Pattern

7x57mm (7mm Mauser)

Improved Spanish Mauser Carbine based on the successful M1893 Mauser action. Barrel 22", overall 41.5". The 2nd Pattern Carbines used tangent rear sights. Used extensively by all sides during the Spanish Civil War. Unconverted, still chambering the original 7x57 cartridge. Bolt's serial does not match. Metal finish is 95% bluing, turning brown. No rust. Minor old pitting on the buttplate. Dark bore with strong sharp rifling. Stock is in good condition with many small handling marks and bruises. No cracks. Cleaning rod attached. D3383 Spanish Mauser Carbine M16 for sale - See PICTURES

$220. on hold for JM

Fabrica de Armas, La Coruna, Spain, 1955

Spanish Mauser M1943 Short Rifle

7.92x57mm (8mm Mauser)

A large ring M98-type Mauser made in Spain for Franco's Army in 1955. Receiver has the sharp Crest of Spain, the legend: "Fabrica de Armas" "La Coruna" and the manufacturing date "1955". "Cal. 7.92" and proofmarks on the left side. Metal finish is 98% strong bluing, no rust. Strong sharp shiny rifling, dark grooves. Serial numbers do not match. Stock is in very good to excellent condition, no cracks. The handguard has a neat arsenal repair. It has the Spanish bayonet lug extension. Cleaning rod included (not shown on all photos). 2H-6942 Spanish Mauser M43 Short Rifle For Sale - See PICTURES

$330

MauserWerk Oberndorf, Germany, cca.1944

Spanish Air Force Mauser M1944 Short Rifle

7.92x57mm (8mm Mauser)

A large ring M98-type Mauser assembled in Spain for Franco's Air Force cca 1944. German made M98 parts were used. German markings are present, including 'S/42G' on the rear sight base. The Spanish Air Force Crest is on top of the receiver. The serial number has an 'EA' prefix, for Ejercito del Aire. "Cal. 7.92" is on the left side. Metal finish: 98% strong bluing, no rust, no pitting. Bright bore, good rifling, partially dark grooves. All serial numbers match. Stock is in very good to excellent condition with small bruises. Kar.98 type front sight protector. Spanish Air Force crested Mausers are hard to find. 12637 Spanish Air Force Mauser M44 Short Rifle for Sale - see PICTURES

$450 on hold for SB

Waffenfabrik Bern, Switzerland, 1878

Swiss Vetterli M1871 Infantry Rifle

10.35x38mm CF

An early Swiss bolt action rifle with a 12-round tube magazine, the most advanced military rifle of its time. Receiver marked 'Waffenfabrik Bern'. 33" barrel, 51" overall length. Metal finish is 90% bluing turned brown patina, with light pitting mostly on the buttplate. Perfect mirror bright bore strong sharp rifling. Stock is in near excellent condition, with some sanding marks, no cracks. Serial numbers match except the cartridge lifter's. Numerous Swiss proofmarks are visible. Last year of M1871 manufacture. Swiss quality workmanship. Fixed rear sight. Converted to centerfire. Antique, no license is needed to purchase. 142639 Swiss Vetterli M1871 Rifle for sale - See PICTURES

$343

Waffenfabrik Bern, Switzerland, 1881

Swiss Vetterli M1878 Rifle

10.35x38mm

A Swiss bolt action rifle with a 12-round tube magazine, the improved version of the M1871. The receiver is marked 'Waffenfabrik Bern'. Metal finish is 99% strong bluing. Nice shiny bore with strong sharp rifling, some darkness in the grooves. Stock is in excellent condition, pretty woodgrain, no cracks. Serial numbers match. Everything works fine, smooth action. Cleaning rod attached. Swiss quality workmanship. A more rare model, it was made for 3 years only. Antique, no license is needed to purchase. 202942 Swiss Vetterli M1878 Rifle for sale - See PICTURES

$450

Waffenfabrik Bern, Switzerland, 1921

Swiss Schmidt Rubin K11 Carbine

7.5x55 Swiss

Straight pull bolt action carbine used by the Swiss Army. This is the carbine version of the M1911 long rifle. Removable 5-round box magazine. Barrel 22.5, overall 43.5". Metal finish: 75% bluing remains, no rust, no pitting. Mirror shiny bore with strong sharp rifling. All serial numbers match, including the magazine. Stock in very good condition with smaller handling marks. No cracks. Swiss crest on the buttstock. Handguard has neat arsenal repairs. Excellent workmanship, smooth action. The soldier's name and address is on a tag under the buttplate. 100589 Swiss Schmidt Rubin K11 Carbine for sale - See PICTURES

$420 on hold for VS

Loewe? Germany, cca.1890

Turkish Converted German Gew.88/35 Mannlicher Rifle

7.92x57mm (8mm Mauser)

A rare Turkish converted German Gew.88 Mannlicher Commission Rifle. Receiver legend: 'TC ASFA ANKARA' with the Turkish Crescent Moon crest, 1935 Ankara Arsenal rework. 'T.C' (Turkiye Cumhuriyeti) = Republic of Turkey, 'ASFA' (Askari Fabrika) = Military Factory, 'ANKARA' = Capital city of Turkey. Note the spelling of 'Ankara': the 'N' is backwards! Some of the original German Imperial markings are still intact. Metal finish 90% strong bluing, no pitting. Dark bore with strong somewhat shiny rifling. Non-matching serial numbers. Wood stock is in excellent condition, with 2 cracks and an arsenal repair. No magazine bottom cover. Cleaning rod is included. A good quality German made rifle in much better than average condition. Extremely rare with the misspelled legend. Antique, no license is needed to purchase. 1181 Turkish Gew.88/35 Mannlicher Rifle for sale - See PICTURES

$395 on hold for HS

Oberndorf, Germany, cca 1904

Turkish M1903/35 Mauser Rifle

7.92x57mm (8mm Mauser)

A rare M1903 Turkish Contract Mauser, originally made in 1904 by Oberndorf, Germany. It has a unique elevated stripper clip loader in the receiver. A 1936 Ankara arsenal conversion (Model 03/35) from 7.65mm to 7.92 (8mm Mauser). Receiver legend: 'TC ASFA ANKARA' with Crescent Moon Turkish crest. 'T.C' (Turkiye Cumhuriyeti) = Republic of Turkey, 'ASFA' (Askari Fabrika) = Military Factory, 'ANKARA' = Capital city of Turkey. Metal finish 65% thinning bluing, turning brown. Bore has strong shiny rifling, dark grooves. Serials do not match, as typical. Wood is in good condition, with bruises, minor woodloss and crack by the crossbolt, small arsenal repair at the tang. 22933 Turkish M1903 Mauser For Sale - See PICTURES

$240. on hold for RS

Oberndorf?, Germany, cca 1916

Turkish M1938 Mauser Rifle

7.92x57mm (8mm Mauser)

A Turkish converted German Gew.98-type large ring Mauser. Import marked 'German 8mm'. The rifle shows the Turkish 1935-standard features: new nosecap and bayonet lug to accept the standard Turkish bayonets, German markings, if any, were replaced by Turkish ones. Receiver legend: 'T.C ASFA ANKARA K-KALE' with Crescent Moon crest, 1942 Ankara Arsenal date. 'T.C' (Turkiye Cumhuriyeti) = Republic of Turkey, 'ASFA' (Askari Fabrika) = Military Factory, 'ANKARA' = Capital city of Turkey, 'K. Kale' (Kirikkale Tufek Fabrikast) = Kirikkale Rifle Factory. Metal finish: 50% thinning blue, turning brown. Bore has strong shiny rifling, dark grooves. Serials do not match, as typical. Stock is in very good to excellent condition with few bruises, hairline crack in the handguard. Cleaning rod included. A good quality rifle in better than average condition. 79301 German/Turkish M1938 Mauser Rifle For Sale - See PICTURES

$235 on hold for Cody

Spandau?, Germany, 1877

Uruguayian Daudeteau Dovitiis Mauser K1871/94 Carbine

6.5x53.5 SR Daudeteau

Originally a German made single shot K. Mod. 1871 Mauser Carbine. Sold to Uruguay circa 1879-80. Military contractor Dovitiis arranged these rifles to be converted by St Denis, near Paris, France. The conversion and the 6.5mm cartridge was designed by French Major Louis d'Audeteau. Often referred to as Daudeteau Mauser or Dovitis Mauser. Both German and French markings are intact and sharp. Overall length 41", barrel 22". Metal finish 80% thinning bluing, turning brown, no rust. Nice bore with strong bright rifling, slightly dark grooves. Serial numbers match except buttplate and screw heads. Missing extractor. Stock is in very good condition. Buttplate is unit marked 'G.K.2.100.'. Daudeteau Carbines are extremely rare. Antique, no license is needed to purchase. 2263 Daudeteau K71/94 Carbine For Sale, See PICTURES

$938

Springfield Armory, USA, cca 1873

USA Military Trapdoor M1873 Rifle

.45-70 US

Early US Springfield Trapdoor rifle, no serial number. Side plate is marked 'U.S. SPRINGFIELD 1873'. The trapdoor is marked 'U.S. Model 1873'. Overall length 52", barrel 33". Metal finish 33% thinning bluing, turning brown. Pitted mostly on the side plate, hammer and buttplate. No active rust. Poor dark bore. Missing rear sight slide. Stock is in very good condition. Antique, no license is needed to purchase. NVS US Springfield M1873 Trapdoor Rifle For Sale - See PICTURES

$590

Winchester & Remington, USA

USA Winchester & Remington Shotguns

12ga - 20ga

Classic Winchester and Remington Shotguns and Hunting Rifles are listed for sale in my Sporting Rifles and Shotguns for Sale page

Kragujevac, Yugoslavia, cca.1930

Yugoslavian M1924 Mauser Rifle

7.92x57mm (8mm Mauser)

Example of the 1st Mausers made in Yugoslavia, copy of the Belgian FN M1924. The receiver has a nice crest of 'Kralevina Jugoslavija' (Kingdom of Yugoslavia). Receiver is marked in Cyrillic "Model 1924", "Vojnotek Zavod - Kragujevac" (Military Factory), now called Zastava. Metal finish is 90% bluing, no rust. Bore has shiny, strong sharp rifling, dark grooves. Serial numbers match, except the bolt's and floorplate's. Stock is in excellent condition, except for several, mostly arsenal repaired cosmetic cracks. Rare Yugoslavian WW2 used rifle with the sharp original crest and legend. 256304 Yugoslavian Mauser M1924 For Sale - See PICTURES

$415

Kragujevac, Yugoslavia, cca.1950

Yugoslavian M1948A (M48A) Mauser

7.92x57mm (8mm Mauser)

A Cold War era Yugoslavian manufacture. Receiver has the crest of Tito's Communist Yugoslavia, the model 'M48A' and the legend "Preduzece 44" (Factory #44, Kragujevac, later Zastava). "FNRJ" in cyrillic (Federativna Narodna Republika Jugoslavija) is on the left side of the receiver. Metal finish: 85% blue. Pinprick pitting on the mag floor plate. Pitted buttplate. Strong somewhat shiny rifling, dark grooves. Serial numbers do not match. Beautiful woodgrain walnut buttstock in very good condition, no cracks. Smooth, tight action. R77213 Yugoslavian Mauser M48A Rifle for sale - See PICTURES

$266 on hold for TW

Zastava, Kragujevac, Yugoslavia, cca 1960

Yugoslavian M1959/66 SKS Carbine

7.62x39mm

A nice example of a Cold War era Yugoslavian made Simonov (SKS) semi automatic rifles. Widely used during the ex-Yugoslavian area civil wars. Marked with only the serial number and various codes. 24" barrel, 44" overall length. Comes with the original 10-round stripper clip loadable magazine, accepts after-market banana clips. Metal finish is 80% thinning grayish blue. No rust. Strong sharp shiny rifling, dark grooves. Stock is in very good condition with 2 cosmetic cracks. Stock's serial number does not mach match the receiver's. 14" long folding blade bayonet attached. Original military issued rubber buttplate. Nato-type grenade launching attachment is present. D-58095 Yugoslavian M59/66 SKS Carbine For Sale - See PICTURES

$465

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