a very nice Spanish Mauser rifle which are becoming scarce now. I
don't really know a lot about these but I'll describe it the
best I can.
Overall this rifle in very good condition for the age
and appears to be an arsenal rebuild.
All numbers match except the rear sight leaf. The wood is otherwise sound
with very minor dents and dings. It
has three stock repairs done at the time of the rebuild. The
barrel and receiver have about 95% of the bluing left. The bore has good rifling but is a bit
dirty and might clean up better. Looks like it might have
some old dried up grease in the grooves. I would rate it
right now about 6
out of 10. Bolt locks up tight. Still has
the original cleaning rod. It is not import marked.
Should be a good shooter
with the proper ammo. Probably find something in the 140-150
grain bullet range. I suggest checking out
to help find the cheapest ammo. I have their app on my phone
as well so I can compare prices I find at gun shows. I wouldn't try any hot high pressure loads in it. The pictures will tell
This is the same model Mauser that
Teddy Roosevelt's 'Rough Riders' faced in Cuba and became
the basis for the 1903 Springfield rifle. (This one was made
two years too late to have seen use there.)
This gun must be
shipped to a FFL or C&R holder or can purchased in person.