In excellent original non-import condition, we have a very hard to find WWI issued Hungarian Fegyverm Budapest 1917 dated Steyr M.95 Mannlicher Stutzen rifle (carbine) that is still in the original WWI caliber of 8x50r. It is all matching except for the stock which is very close in serial range. As you may know, almost all of these rifles were up-graded to the 8x56r caliber in the 1930’s so finding this un-touched example is somewhat difficult to do. Adding to the allure of this 1917 production example it is also unit marked on the top of the buttplate, so it was in combat. Suprsingly, since the Austro-Hungarian Empire was one of the major combatants of the war, these rifles are not easy to locate in original condition. This is a wonderful piece that will not hang around the office for long.
MON MAY 18, AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN WW1 1917 DATED BUDAPEST FEGYVER MADE M95 STUTZEN RIFLE, IN THE ORIGINAL 8X50r CALIBER, IMPOSSIBLE TO FIND!
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SKU: 05/18/2020-2 Categories: German, Guns of World War One, Long Guns, New Arrivals, Other Countries
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