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Gun identification?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by zachak42, Jan 27, 2012.

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  1. zachak42

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    Its a 270 rifle and the only markings I can find are it says standard modell(with 2 L's), bg with un under it all the letters have symbols over it, and a serial number b58979. I'm thinking its a winslow rifle but not sure. will post pics soon
     
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    there is also a symbol that looks like a jt in a circle on the bolt
     
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    here are some pics anyone know the value?
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    It is definately a Mauser, from what smith I do not know. Looks like a good sporterizing job was done by whomever did it. Worth is in the eye of the buyer, but it would be around $350

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    Enfield 17's had a square metal block to release the bolt on the left side just above the magazine as shown in the second last picture. ?????????????
     
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    It's definately German Pre=WW2. The B U G N proof marks validate this. It looks like it may have been a military model because it has the recesses on both sides of the action so that a soldier could use the stripper clips. Very good quality actions. I'd say it was made sometime in the early 30's before the 3rd Reich. Randy Price
     
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    So does everyone agree on the $350 price range?
     
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    I'm not an expert but I'd say somewhere in the $ 300-400.00 range.
     
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    Yeah, I think it is an early large ring 98, with a Redfield scope mount. It would have helped to see the other side of the action. If it is a commercial action, it might go a bit higher than so far suggested.
     
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