Mauser Stutzen Repetierpirschbüchse 1907
MAUSER ORIGINAL OBERNDORF
Category : C
Caliber : 8x60S
A very rare early, 1907 made, stocked to the muzzle rifle fitted with 24" barrel, tangent sight and double set trigger.
Such a rifle appears as "Mauser Repetierpirschbüchse C.98/08." in KORN book "Mauser-Gewehre und Patente" on a reproduction of factory glass plate "type XIIa – blatt 2."
That superb pre-WW1 hunting rifle uses a first type 98' commercial action fitted with a German early model double set triggers.
The very good 24" barrel, initially chambered in 8x57.S was factory converted to the 8x60.S cartridge after the 1919 Versailles treaty that prohibited the military cartridge. Indeed the barrel, receiver and bolt bear the proof marks and all parts are numbered in accordance to the serial number.
The sights rely on a hunting tangent rear and a fine silver bead on a long ramp without protection in front.
The 14" L.O.P stock, made of French walnut, with rounded checkered grip and double schnabel full length horn capped forend has its butt finished with a W-M -for Waffenfabrik Mauser"- monogrammed horn plate.
That very original rifle is in perfectly preserved condition and retains almost all original Oberndorf finish, with a very fine blue; it functions flawlessly and shots perfectly.
That early Mauser stutzen weights 7.lbs 4.oz and it bears our full guarantee.