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1891 Argentine Mauser

I'll be danged if I'm going to let the black plastic rifle & Mosinophiles dominate this forum!!

This Argentine Mauser was manufactured in 1892. It is 100% matching numbers down to the cleaning rod. It will make little tiny groups all day long and on a good day will make one hole out of 5 cast bullets fired at 50 yds.

I bought this at a gunshow in Indianapolis for $100. Bought 2 from the same seller, each $100. I couldn't get the money out of my pocket fast enough. The sunlight doesn't do this stock justice. Its beautiful fiddleback the whole length of the stock.


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Man, I love those Argentine Mausers. That's the first rifle I ever fired. I kinda have my eye out for one.... yours is a beauty. My Dad picked his up for $10 all wrapped in cosmoline paper.


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