In excellent all matching condition, we have a rare 1939 Production Dutch Army issued M95 Mannlicher No.5 Carbine. in 1938 right before the outbreak of War the Dutch were making attempts to modernize there infantry weapons. The N0. 5 Carbine was made in order to convert obsolete old WW1 era M95 Long rifles into a shorter rifle more suited to the mechanized combat expected to come. These carbines were produced from 1938-1940. Many were captured and re-issued by the Germans and some were used by the Dutch Resistance. You will notice the very unusual long overhang of the handguard well onto the exposed barrel. This is an design feature particular to several models of Dutch carbines. This is a prime example of this Dutch WW2 carbine still with the sling and 2 stripper clips of Ammunition. This is a great piece from the early days of WW2.
FRI MAY 22, RARE DUTCH WW2, 1939 M95 MANNLICHER No. 5 CARBINE, MATCHING WITH SLING & AMMO!
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