A sporterized Carl Gustaf M1894 Swedish Mauser bolt action carbine with 17.5″ barrel chambered in 6.5×55. Dated 1898 on the receiver ring. It is in a nice condition Bishop walnut Monte Carlo stock with no sling mounts yet installed. The bluing on barrel is worn to gray, so this rifle would look best if re-blued, camouflage dipped, or Cerakoted. Has a top-quality Buehler low-swing safety. Williams adjustable iron sight that are typical of sporters built in the 1960s and 1970s.  Bore is gray, but it has distinct rifling, so it should be a great shooter.  There is rust on the front sight that should be easy to remove. Equipped with see-through scope rings and a nice condition Bushnell Sportview 3-9x scope with duplex crosshairs. Has an unusual and quite memorable sequential serial number 1234 that is matching on the receiver, bolt, cocking piece, and floorplate. A great little federally exempt Swede sporter at an affordable price. (NSS-655)

$50.00 (PRE-1965)

A nice Ludwig Loewe Brazilian contract M1894 short rifle with a nice blond stock, originally 7mm Mauser (7x57mm) but more recently re-barreled to 6.5×55 Swedish Mauser. Serial Number: D714X. (Circa 1895 or 1896.). Loewe & Company became a part of Deutsche Waffen Munitionsfabriken (DWM) in 1897, so all “Loewe” marked Mausers are pre-1899. The top of the receiver is marked with a partial Brazilian crest. The left side of the receiver is marked with the serial number and “ESTADOS UNIDOS DO BRAZIL / MANUFACTURA LOEWE BERLIM 1894”. (The Portuguese spelling of Berlin is used “Berlim”.) The bottom metal is marked with numbers that do not correlate to the serial number.  Barrel Length: Approximately 17.7 Inches. There is no front sight and the cleaning rod is absent. TSeial numbers are mismatched. The front of the barrel has been machined to accept a front sight band. The rear sight is a “V” notched blade assembly. When flipped up it becomes a sight ladder that uses a sliding “V” notched blade. The ladder is marked from “4-14”. The hardwood stock has a straight grip, cutout for the bolt handle, nosecap, hole for the absent cleaning rod, barrel band, two sling loops and a metal buttplate. The refinished buttplate shows scrapes. The left side of the forearm shows a large scrape that extends to the handguard. The blond wood is nice overall but shows some scrapes, scratches and compression marks. It also shows areas of discoloration. The LOP measures 13 ¼ inches from the front of the trigger to the back of the buttplate. The stock rates in about Very Good Plus condition as an antique. The bore is bright; semi-bright at the muzzle. There is some light fouling in the grooves near the muzzle. There is no erosion. This rifle retains about 95% of its metal finish as refinished. Surface erosion and scratches show through the new finish on the receiver. The magazine floorplate shows surface erosion. The front of the barrel shows discoloration from oxidation on the unfinished metal. The screw heads show heavy use. The receiver crest is legible but has been damaged by surface erosion. Overall, this rifle rates in about Very Good Plus condition as a refinished antique. There is no front sight. The action functions correctly, but we haven’t checked the headspace. This would be a good candidate to complete as a Scout rifle. (BCS-655)

$31.50 (PRE-1965)

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