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The Mauser Model 1895 is a bolt operated magazine fed rifle using the 7×57mm Mauser cartridge. It was exported to many overseas powers, including the Chilean forces which adopted as the Fusil Mauser Chileno Mo 1895.
The Mauser Model 1895 is a modification of the Mauser Model 1893. The magazine box contains 5 smokeless powder 7×57mm Mauser rounds, which is the only 19th century military cartridge still commonly used in sporting rifles, and can be loaded from a stripper clip.
1895 Military Mauser My Mauser was battered and well used and no where near this beautiful condition. The first real military use of the 7X57 came during the Spanish American War in 1898.
A shortened variant of the Model 1895 designed primarily for cavalry and artillery, the Carabina Mauser Chilena Modelo 1895 is also known simply as the Mauser Modelo 1895. This bolt-action rifle is...
You have an 1895 Chilean carbine in its orginal 7mm mauser. This one missed being changed over to 308. Its tiger striped / fiddle back wood grain is awesome and would bring a high price on the surplus market.
1895 Chilean Mauser Calvary short rifle I picked one up at work that had been shipped as a sample from the supplier for the buyer to inspect for approval for stocking and selling. All serial numbers matched with the Chilean crest on the butt stock. Cleaned the bore and miked it, measured like new and no pitting.
This is a fantastic opportunity to rebuild a non-firing, but real, antique 1895 Chilean Mauser rifle. We have a small inventory or 1895 rifles with welded chambers that we have made into a kit to make a safe and stylish wall-hanger.
Nice looking Mauser. OVS status is difficult to authenticate if you are trying to establish this as a collector's piece so I would advise consulting the experts. There is a fair amount of information out there on OVS mausers, in particular, check the gunboards forum as a lot of the Mauser expert collectors probably because one of the Dean of ...
Mar 20, 2008 · I'm looking at a Chilean 1895 Mauser produced by Loewe and converted to.308 nato somewhere along the line. My question is...is it safe for modern.308Win ammo? I've learned that, almost without any doubts, that the Spanish 1893 (small ring) Mausers were converted to a carbine 7.62 NATO and have been tested by
Sweden adopted a Mauser carbine in 1894 and a Mauser rifle in 1896, both chambered for the 6.5x55 cartridge. Also in 1896, Germany experimented with Mausers of various calibers.