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Military Rifles for sale

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 rifles as of  22 November 2014  19 December 2014

  


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NOTE:  All single items are listed by their SERIAL NUMBER.     If serial # is not noted in the description, it indicates that we have several examples of this model that at the very least match the description given.

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U.S.A. Model 1903 Springfield bolt-action rifle # 224735 (.30-06) mfg. by Rock Island Arsenal in 1913 (low-number) with RIA 12-12 marked barrel.  An ALL-ORIGINAL 1903 rifle in Excellent or better condition with nearly all original Parkerizing intact, some light speckling on receiver. Front of triggerguard stamped with flaming bomb and N. R. A. (one of the very few Springfield Model 1903 rifles offered to NRA members from 1912-1917). Bore is mirror-bright and strong (MW = 0, TE = 1.0), original bolt stamped C13 on front of lug. Walnut stock has very bold boxed CN 1913 cartouche on left side with a few light scuffs from handling, small block-letter M lightly scratched on right side, small chip at top near buttplate. Not import-marked, very rare this original and rarely offered as nice. PHOTOS . . . $2350.    C&R  FREE SHIPPING IN A HARD CASE!

FINNISH Model 71/S Valmet semiautomatic rifle # 150920 (.223) mfg. by Valmet in the 1970's . Excellent condition, over 95% original bluing with a mirror-bright very strong bore. Essentially a very high quality AK design but with much better ergonomics, exceptional accuracy and intact bayonet lug. Has wooden buttstock and black plastic forend. Includes one removable Orlite Engineering 30-round magazine (not pictured). Not import marked, scarce in the U.S.A.. PHOTOS . . . $1850.     NOT C&R  FREE SHIPPING IN A HARD CASE!

7.35x51 Carcano ammo, Italian military ball.  1939 manufacture, but very clean and packaged in sealed 18-round boxes on three Carcano clips per box (the clips can be re-used with the 6.5 Carcano round as well). . . . $30.00 per box, three boxes for $80.

TURKISH Model 38 Mauser bolt-action short rifle # 8927 (8mm),  altered by Ankara in 1945.  Very Good condition, with most bluing remaining (faded to nothing on barrel-bands, triggerguard and magazine floorplate from carry). Has very strong markings and a somewhat bright and very strong bore.  Bolt not matching, only rear sight matches (painted 927 on right side). Walnut stock is sound with a curious section of wood missing on right side, crack in handguard repaired. Bent bolt has bottom of knob flattened, includes cleaning-rod. Functional.  PHOTOS . . . $225.   C&R 

JAPANESE Type 38 Arisaka bolt-action rifle no Series, # 1168181 (6.5x50) mfg. at Koishikawa in c.1910. Very Good or better condition with mostly full original bluing (browning at bottom of action), has ground mum. This type has ladder V-type rear sight and front sight without "ears", includes its original cleaning rod with a mismatched action cover and repro leather sling. Bolt, bolt parts and bayonet-lug all stamped 602 (internal assembly number). Dark but strong bore, no import-marks, wood was refinished long ago with quite a few small dings since that was done, butt plate a bit rusty from careless storage. PHOTO . . . $275.    C&R  

JAPANESE "Peace" Type Arisaka bolt-action training rifle # A321, made from a Type 30 with Type 38 features and a smooth bore, Kanji atop chamber reads "Peace Type". Excellent condition with nearly full original bluing and strong markings. Bolt (and all bolt parts) numbered A321 to match. No cleaning rod., Wood has original finish with a few of the expected handling marks and a bold rectangular cartouche on left containing Kanji for uncertain "youth school". Not import-marked. PHOTO . . . $275.    C&R 

CZECH Model vz52 semiautomatic rifle # E19844 (7.62x45) mfg. by CZ Bystrica in 1956. Very Good condition with much original Parkerized finish intact with a strong mostly bright bore. Includes folding bayonet and dual-purpose front sight hood.  Stock and handguard have the usual horizontal cracks (easily repairable) on both sides and at tang, handguard has an lengthwise crack at top that was repaired long ago.  Buttplate is from another rifle but it fits exceptionally well. Not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . $425.     C&R 

DUTCH Model 1895 Mannlicher bolt-action infantry rifle # 667J (6.5x53R) mfg. by Steyr in 1900. Very Good or so condition, with 60% bluing. No matching serial numbers, bore is rough and dark, but has strong rifling (likely would "shoot clean"), some pitting on external metal at wood-line from salt-cured stock. Buttstock and handguard is walnut in VG condition with some of the expected handling-marks and faint 1901-dated HEMBRUG cartouche on right side, two short hairline cracks at sides of tang, missing cleaning rod. PHOTOS . . . $375.     C&R  

JAPANESE Type 99 Arisaka bolt-action short rifle Series 33, # 9415 (7.7x58) mfg. at Toyo Kogyo in Early 1944. Excellent condition with full original bluing, chrome-lined bore is strong and mirror-bright. Mum neatly ground, has cylindrical bolt-handle with rough welded safety, No serial number on bolt (or any bolt parts), includes original cleaning rod with lame repro leather sling. Stock finish in original and intact, with a few minor handling marks and compressions. Not import-marked. PHOTO . . . $325.    C&R  

POLISH Model K98 Mauser bolt-action short rifle # 59005 (8x57mm) mfg. by Radom in c.1920.  Very Good condition with a very sharp and bright bore. Top of receiver markings were scrubbed (as usual) but they did an excellent job and it is hard to believe a crest was ever there. Bluing is 80% or so, browning on small parts. No matching serial numbers. Walnut stock has a few handling-marks and dings, no cleaning rod. Not import marked. PHOTOS . . . $450.    C&R  

JAPANESE Type 99 Arisaka bolt-action rifle series 25, # 50316 (7.7x58) mfg. by Kokura Arsenal in 1945. Very Good or so condition with thinning bluing (typical of "last ditch" Arisakas) with a strong and mostly bright bore. All-matching numbers with plum-type bolt-handle, mum has been ground. Last ditch type, with fixed rear-sight and wooden buttplate. Forend is separate piece held in place by barrel-bands, no provision for cleaning-rod. Wood has been sanded. Not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . . $275.    C&R  

JAPANESE Type 99 Arisaka bolt-action short rifle Series 8, # 60804 (7.7x58) mfg. at Nagoya in mid 1944. Good condition with most original finish mottled and eroded, very little bluing remains. Bore is rough but rifling seems strong. Mum is intact. Has cyrindical bolt-handle with welded safety, bolt and all bolt parts numbered 804 to match receiver. No cleaning rod (never had one), forend of stock a separate piece held together by barrel-bands, buttplate is wooden. Some scratches in stock finish but is sound. Not import-marked. PHOTO . . . $475.    C&R 

AUSTRIAN Model 1895 Mannlicher straight-pull bolt-action carbine # 2812V (8x50R) mfg. by Steyr in 1902.  An original carbine in its original 8x50R caliber in Very Good condition with 60% or better bluing and a rough dark bore. No matching numbers (bolt not numbered, barrel numbered 6354J, stock numbered 8943L. Not import marked, scarce in original caliber. PHOTO . . . $250.   C&R 

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JAPANESE Type 99 Arisaka bolt-action rifle series 6, # 79778 (7.7x58) mfg. by Nagoya Arsenal in late 1943. Very Good PLUS condition with some browning and "freckling" of metal, has a strong and bright chrome-lined bore. All-matching numbers with cylindrical bolt-handle, mum has been ground. Rear-sight is ladder type without aircraft-wings, includes original cleaning-rod. Wood has original finish with some dings and scars from actual battlefield use. Not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . . $325.    C&R  

FRENCH Model 1936 MAS bolt-action rifle # H6347 (7.5x54mm) mfg. by St. Ettienne in March 1940. Near Excellent or better condition, most external oil-blacked finish remaining. Mirror-bright bore, all matching serial numbers EXCEPT for mismatched bolt.  Includes integral spike-bayonet. Barrel a bit shorter than usual, receiver has been incorrectly (and weakly) stamped with CR39 and circular cartouche on right side of stock has been altered to read MAS 36 - 1939 (also incorrectly). Some shenanigans going on with this otherwise correct prewar 1936 MAS rifle to try to make it something that it isn't. Not import marked. PHOTOS . . . $325.    C&R  

SWEDISH Model 94 Mauser bolt-action carbine # 70389 (6.5x55) mfg. by Carl Gustaf in 1916. Excellent condition, at least 90% external bluing with near-perfect mirror-bore, all-matching numbers except end-cap and barrel-band, no provision for bayonet. I believe this to be a restoration of a previously sporterized M94 carbine, the buttstock is a professionally cut-down beech M96 rifle stock with ill-fitting buttplate but well done with convincing sling slot added. Has soldered muzzle extension (required for importation before 1986).  Not import-marked and quite attractive. PHOTO . . . $725.   C&R  SOLD

SOVIET Model 91/30 Mosin-Nagant bolt-action rifle # YP346 (7.62x54R) mfg. by Tula in 1942 with large number 3319 struck over date for some UNKNOWN reason. Near Excellent condition with full bluing on all metal parts and a mirror-bright bore (has NOT been counterbored at muzzle). Bolt body stamped 346, other parts not matching. Includes cleaning rod, wood has a rough finish. PHOTOS . . . $200.    C&R   

FRENCH Model 1884 Kropatchek bolt-action short-rifle # F33768 (11x59R French Gras) mfg. by St. Ettienne in 1885.  Excellent condition with an extremely strong and bright bore. Metal has full bluing that is turning to plum in a few minor spots, no matching numbers (as usual for these), mechanically completely functional with 6-shot tubular magazine (having a working cut-off) and original leather sling as well as a very scarce and correct 1884-dated bayonet and scabbard. Wood is sound, cleaning rod I believe is a reproduction (but correct for this rifle, and ONLY this rifle).  Extremely rare, very few of these survive and most collections lack a specimen in ANY condition (much less one as attractive as this example).  Not import marked, and worthy of the finest collection!  PHOTOS . . . $2850.   Antique, no FFL required    FREE SHIPPING IN A HARD CASE!

    BRITISH Mark II* Snider-Enfield two-band musket conversion of an 1853 Enfield musket # 407 (.577 Cartridge) mfg. by Enfield in 1860. Very Good condition, entirely functional with surprisingly strong and mostly bright bore.  All external metal in the white, original buttstock. All English made with a considerable number of proofs.  Includes cleaning-rod.    PHOTO . . . $750.   Antique, no FFL required   

    PORTUGUESE Model 904/39 Mauser-Verguiero bolt-action short rifle # D8219 (8x57) mfg. by DWM in 1904. Very Good condition with all-matching numbers and bold royal crest above chamber. Original (browning) finish with a nice mirror-bright bore, includes cleaning-rod, leather sling and hinged muzzle-cap. Originally chambered in the obsolete 6.5x58 Verguiero cartridge, these rifles were rechambered to 8x57 in Germany just before WWII and have one of the smoothest actions of any military rifle. PHOTOS . . . $475.     C&R 

Soviet Model 91/30 Mosin Nagant rifles

We have just discovered a crate of Soviet 91/30 rifles in our warehouse that have been there for at least eight years. All are arsenal refurbished rifles but, unlike most available in today's marketplace, all have very small import marks beneath the barrel near the muzzle rather than enormous "billboard" import marks on their receivers that other firms have for sale. Every one has stamped matching serial numbers (unless noted otherwise), and aside from cleaning-rods no accessories are included.  CLICK on the photo above to access our 91/30 page or surf to http://www.empirearms.com/9130.htm


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