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Swiss K-31.


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Ooooh, and in the background too. You're good at this game. :bow:

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This is probably my best C&R score ever. It's a Century Arms monthly special Izhevsk M44 made in 1948. Re-arsenaled, excellent bore, all matching numbers - $45 including shipping. I should have bought more.



Nice....I've pretty much divested myself of all the Mosins I had, still got a couple. I bought one of the 50 dollar "unissued" M44's from Century...I got a Polish Radom armory rifle that looked brand new, the bluing and wood finish looked almost commercial, nicest M44 I have ever seen. sold it a bit back for 500.

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Sun Feb 21, 2021 5:09 pm
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Two Czech VZ-24 rifles . . . the top with a Rhineland arms conversion to shoot .45 Auto and use 1911 mags, and with a threaded barrel . . . the lower rifle in the original 8mm Mauser configuration:

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I just spent 2 hours looking at gorgeous photos catching up on this thread.

My oldest bolt action is a 1931 Winchester Model 54 with a '57 Lyman Peep and Ought -06 caliber. I believe 1935 was the last year the M54 was made before being replaced by the M70. The ONLY difference was the drop plate added in in M70. With the M54, you have to shuck your corn to empty the chamber.
Glass action. I can't believe these aren't fetching more cash than a Pre-64 M70.

I sold a 1925 first year model , actually traded, for a Ruger 1979 .44 Magnum. The reason I traded was the 1925 M54 wasn't as accurate as the 1931 year I have shown here. They were twins, but I really wanted another Ruger 44 Magnum carbine.

all photos here---> https://sportsdad60.smugmug.com/Win-54-1931/

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Thu Jul 15, 2021 6:21 pm
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Ok I'll play VZ24 entered Czech army service 1936.
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Captured upon 1939 German invasion of Czechoslovakia. Taken to German Army depot, refitted (to be more like a 98k) and reissued to Wehrmacht soldier.
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2. Front sling swivel deleted.
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3. Follower adapted from Czech "will close on empty" to German "will not close on empty".
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5. German depot markings (not on this rifle)

Great shooter, Czech VZ24's are way better than 98k's.


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Czech VZ24 JC in 7mm. The story on that they are a special light weight version (known as VZ24 JC) ordered in 1930 by China. They were ordered in 8mm Mauser but China did not pay for the rifle. 1932 Brno re-barreled them to 7mm Mauser and sold 15,000 of them to the Brazilian Sao Paulo Revolutionaries during the Brazilian Civil War.
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They were either intercepted or captured by the Brazilian government. Used by Brazilian Military Police.
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Characteristic turned down knurled bolt and stock recess.
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Great rifles, guys!

Brian, you’re missing a full view of that beauty! Lots of good close-ups, though….

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Love my Swedes.


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The Swedish Mauser's are my favorites! I used to have quite a few, including a gorgeous M41b Sniper with Ajax scope.

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How did I miss this thread? What qualifies as "old"?

There are some great examples of fine old bolt actions in here already. Not sure I can compete, but here are some of my humble submissions...

Husqvarna M-146 chambered to the 9.3x57mm cartridge
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Steyr Mannlicher 1910 chambered to 9.5x57mm w/ spring loaded rear peep sight, butt stock cartridge trap, and factory letter
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3584ELK wrote:
How did I miss this thread?


Don't make me answer that question. :ROFLMAO:

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What qualifies as "old"?


Let's leave that flexible. thumbsup

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Steyr Mannlicher 1910 chambered to 9.5x57mm w/ spring loaded rear peep sight, butt stock cartridge trap, and factory letter


Oooohhh. :inlove:

How's that double trigger? Pretty nice?

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You fellas have posted some nice Danzig and Suhl Mausers- love those Swedes as well.

The double set triggers on those Steyr Mannlichers are always a treat. That particular rifle is the best of the 3 that I own, it also kicks the hardest!

More to come...

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3584ELK wrote:
You fellas have posted some nice Danzig and Suhl Mausers- love those Swedes as well.

The double set triggers on those Steyr Mannlichers are always a treat. That particular rifle is the best of the 3 that I own, it also kicks the hardest!

More to come...


I expect to see there other 2 at the least now, mmmm bolt gun porn....


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Norman89 wrote:
3584ELK wrote:
You fellas have posted some nice Danzig and Suhl Mausers- love those Swedes as well.

The double set triggers on those Steyr Mannlichers are always a treat. That particular rifle is the best of the 3 that I own, it also kicks the hardest!

More to come...


I expect to see there other 2 at the least now, mmmm bolt gun porn....


Haven't had any luck locating photos of the re-barreled Steyr, but here is my 8x57, along with a sporterized Type 38 Arisaka:

Steyr Mannlicher Carbine 1908
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Arisaka Type 38 w/ 26" Douglas bull barrel, chambered to .22-6mm
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