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Thread: Small ring Mausers. Show 'em if you got 'em.

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    Cool Small ring Mausers. Show 'em if you got 'em.



    I need a Mauser fix. Thank you in advance.
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    You didn't say original or sporter so here's my 1916 Oviedo 30-30 Win sporter. One of tbe funnest guns I own.

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    Does it feed better shooting it that way..........
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    Yes, and it gets the crick out of my neck.....

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    Here`s my 24/47 numbers matching.Attachment 209281Attachment 209282

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    I'll try to take a photo of my Turk Small ring barrel threading and large-ring receiver this week. Its in .308 Win with target sights and a Wilson stainless barrel installed. Its a small ring barrel/large ring action.
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    A 24/47 is not a Small Ring Mauser.
    But the action screws are the same spacing as most Small Ring mausers.
    Some Small ring stocks can be inletted for the Yugos, but most are too narrow for the larger receiver ring.

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    A Mexican Mauser 1910 in 22-250
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    And and 1916 Oviedo Spanish Mauser in 35 Remington
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    I have three on the bench in various stages:
    Mexican Mauser 1910 with a take off Winchester 70 barrel in 308 win (stocking this one now)
    1916 Oviedo Spanish Mauser with a Remington 700 barrel in 308 Win
    1916 Oviedo Spanish Mauser with a P14 barrel in 7.62x39

    I also have an as issued Mexican Mauser 1910 and an as issued 1916 Oviedo Spanish Mauser along with several actions of each for projects.

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    Argentine 1891 rifle. Matching, crest is scrubbed as usual, but she's a beauty...
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    Only have one, a 1891 made by Loewe in 1893. Was sporterized when I got it and someone had put a pitted barrel from a carcano on it. Made a reamer and machined a 44 blank to octagon to make an early-ish looking hunting rifle. Still need to rust blue the barrel but it's been out hunting.
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    Nice job on that octagon barrel and rifle is a beauty Moleman-

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    And your cartridge is a '06 case for .430" bullets or somesuch? What neat guns!

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    Husqvarna Model 46. 9.3x57mm Altered for scope.
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    Those Husky 9.3's are so nice!

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    Larry Gibson

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    I've yet to own an 1891 Mauser. I sure want one.

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    I love all Mausers. Thanks for sharing pictures. Keep them coming.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas by God View Post
    I've yet to own an 1891 Mauser. I sure want one.

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    Wow TBG, with all the firearms you have you never had a 91 Mauser!!! You had better get on the ball and pick one up. They are nice Mauser and generally very well finished too!

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