7X57 rifle

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  1. 284guy

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    Im selling/trading a 7x57 small ring mauser. The stock has been sporterized. This would be a great gun for a new hunter on a budget or someone looking to build a custom rifle from the action. $100 or trade for 223 ammo, 223 brass, bullets or win 748 powder, gun cases, other guns? let me know what you have.

    sold sold sold
     
  2. jakk586

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    is the barreled action itself unmodified, or has it had the cock-on opening conversion and the safety modified? also, dou you know the country of origin?
     
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    It is unmodified. I have no idea the country of manufacture. Other than the stock being cut down, it looks all original.
     
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    bump
     
  5. RockKrawler

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    What condition is the bore in,rifling still in good shape ?
    Hinged floor plate ?
    Any better pictures avail ?
    yes i am interested,depending on the answers.
    Thanks,
    RK
     
  6. 284guy

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    The bore is great, i dont think this gun has seen a lot of use, my guess would be that it sat in a closet somewhere for a long time. It does not have a hinged floor plate. I tried to take better close up pictures but they are incredibly fuzzy. I would be happy to meet and show the gun.
     
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    ttt
     
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