22 lr,l,s; tubular magazine, 15(lr), 18(l), 22(s). 23" barrel. Weight 7 lbs. Two piece Mannlicher stock with cheekpiece and pistol grip, swivels. No. S106 ramp front sight, No. 4 receiver sight, S107 rear. Made 1940 - 1945. This rifle is in exceptional condition for a 65-70 yr old gun. A true safe queen. The wood retains its original finish, I'm not sure what kind of wood, guessing walnut. Blueing on rifle is also VERY good. All factory target sights are present on the rifle, including peep sight and aperature. I don't know much about the scope late 60s early 70s era? - 3x9 Challenger by Weaver (US Made) - appears to be aluminum tube. Turrets and crosshairs click and move as they should. Very nice, clear scope. If any members have any info on the scope, feel free to PM me and let me know. Has a Havlin scope mount that uses the original rifle mounting taps. I have the original bolt dust cover that was removed for scope mount clearance. I have only test-fired this rifle - just a few rounds of .22 short just to make sure everything works. I have yet to take it out to the range. $280 cash price otherwise the only rifle trade I'm looking for is a Remington nylon 66 or 77 in excellent condition, other than that I'm open to any handgun trade offers you want to throw out there. FTF Tigard area, OR res only.