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I'm trying to identify this stock, I'm sure it's Mauser. Milled buttplate, tang wraps over top of butt. Straight grip and has two cross bolts, full length stock with no finger grooves. Upper hand guard has cutout for rear sight and a groove cut in the handguard from the action ring to the rear sight (line of sigth groove). Upper sling band looks like a Springfield 03 band, milled with groove machined around it. I'll try to attach pictures.
looks like a 95 Chilean mauser to me
That crossed my mind, but none of them have cross bolts and most I've seen have the sling swivels on the left side of the stock. This is in excellent condition, no gouges or dings, only needs scuffed and recoated, so I don't think it's been Bubba'd.
Just looked at two at gander mt swivels were on bottom no stock bolts but I have seen them on Mausers that would not have them originally. I have a 91 Mauser cavalry carbine with one in the wrist my guess it was done at the arsenal as part of a repair, also if it came off a rifle that was converted to 308 as a lot of them were they would have added them to prevent the stock from cracking under the stress of recoil but.... I could be wrong.
Thanks, any idea what it might be worth?
Ballpark $40.00- 60.00
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