Scope-Ready Loewe Chilean .22-250 Mauser Sporter

A nice scope-ready Ludwig Loewe Chilean contract Mauser sporter, re-barreled to the popular, widely-available, and very flat-shooting .22-250 cartridge!  Made circa 1895.  Clearly marked “Loewe Berlin”, confirming its antique status. Note that per Federal law, re-barreling and/or sporterizing does not change the Federally exempt status of a pre-1899 antique gun. This rifle was nicely sporterized.  Mismatched serial numbers. Has a low-swing bolt handle, no safety lever (a low-swing safety should be installed), and Weaver scope bases.  I’m also including a pair of medium-height Weaver scope rings. (Not pictured.) Has a nicely-blued heavy contour modern 25.5″ tapered .22-250 barrel with a crowned muzzle.  No iron sights. Polished bolt body.  Has no sling swivels installed. This rifle has a dark walnut  Monte Carlo style stock with straight grain, and an ebony forend tip. The stock has some scratches from field use and needs some polishing. Has a worn Pachmayr White Line recoil pad installed. Because the pad has a permanent dent, it should be replaced. The trigger pull is light and crisp. Has a beautiful, shiny bore. This will make a great Federally-exempt varmint rifle. (UCBG-400)





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