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Mauser 1891 For Sale
Mauser 1891 – the title of the base series; Original production form based on Turkish Mauser; 7.65×53 mm chamber for Argentine mouse cartridge. Model 1891 Equestrian Carbine – Mounted and abbreviated equestrian carbine form for special forces; 37 “long.
Argentine mauser Modelo Argentine rifle manufacture Modelo Argentine 1891 rifle manufacturer Loewe Berlin C7767 long barrel and custom stock Estimate $ 200-400 All property is sold as-is. No condition Rifle Model Argentine 1891 Inspectors mark on the stock.
So, it is a lovely example of the Model Argentine Mauser rifle, one of many “export” models made for foreign governments, all based on the Mauser Model 1889. After the Mauser brothers finished work on the Model 71/84 for Germany in 1880, the design team created a small. Buy FN MODEL 1922 online.
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17 reviews for MAUSER 1891
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Absolutely in love with this gun. Total satisfaction! I own quite a collection but this is far above the others. Great handling, low recoil, superior precision. A+++++
Ordered on Monday FFL dealer received on Tuesday.February 28, 2022Verified Purchase
So this came in great condition. Hand select wasn’t an option. I was a bit worried but it looks amazing. Took it to the range. I got an extra mag and sent 100 rounds through both magazines, it didn’t jam once. Great gun, at least mine is. It is surplus so thats always a gamble.February 3, 2022Verified Purchase
The transaction was timely and there were no issues. The regular email and text message updates from gunprime kept me posted on delivery progress. My local gun shop handled the transfer and background check very well.December 24, 2021Verified Purchase
Thanks for the in depth explanation of Wylde, and including the difference between 5.56 and .223. My rifle is 5.56 NATO – so I’m good to go.December 5, 2021Verified Purchase
The first sentence should have stated: The cartridges listed above are mostly plinking quality, with the exception of Federal Gold Medal and Speer.December 1, 2021Verified Purchase
Thanks for the info. I’m new to this rifle business. Now I think I can start making a decision on a long gun.November 14, 2021Verified Purchase
I recently build two AR15 carbines using kits i bought from a prominent online provider. One was a standard 16″ 5.56, and the other a 18″ 223 Wylde, and the cost for each kit saw almost the same, $329 and $359 respectively. That was before COVID 19 issue, so prices now may very, but my point is there wasn’t much cost difference and the 223 Wylde has a full SS barrel. This was a great reference article when deciding what to buy. THANKSNovember 5, 2021Verified Purchase
Loving this gun. For a military surplus gun it has been great. Shoots good and didn’t break the bank. I would buy again.August 2, 2021Verified Purchase
I have not shot this gun yet but the mechanics are very stable and sturdy. I look forward to finding out what this gun is capable of.July 9, 2021Verified Purchase
Gun came in very good condition, grips were just ok, but new ones are easily obtained. Replaced. First magazine through, jammed on round three. Cleared. Jammed again round four. Tore gun down and found extractor severely worn from active use, most likely with steel case ammo. Don’t use steel case ammo folks, it’s cheap, but will cause significant wear damage to parts directly in contact with the shell. Replaced extractor, spring and pin. Ran about ten magazines through flawlessly. I have a ton (17) of Beretta handguns, including a 92x Performance. This is certainly one of the top shooters! Thank you…March 26, 2021Verified Purchase