Category : C
Caliber : .270 Winchester
A very nice Schönauer Mod. 1952 .270 Winchester rifle manufactured in 1956.
The "Improved" Model 1952, designed for Stoeger, was the last Schönauer with a straight comb designed for use with open, iron sights. Because of its traditional style stock, absence of stripper clip receiver cuts, steel safety lever at the right rear of the action, elegant swept back butter knife handle (Gebogener Kammerstengel) - introduced with this model 1952, and the same year on the European GK- and availability in modern calibers, the Mannlicher-Schönauer fans consider the Model 1952 to be the apex of the postwar M-S sporting rifle series.
The system uses the traditional all steel spool magazine and double set trigger with the added benefit of a side safety to ease scope use.
The 24" barrel bears the traditional banded front and rear sights while the 14½" LOP stock is made of beautiful figured French walnut.
This rifle is fitted with a nice all-purpose Swarovski Habicht 1.5-6x42 R4 scope mounted on quickly detachable, extremely well executed, low claw mount.
This Mod. 1952 M-S, chambered for the excellent .270 Winchester, weighs 7lbs-7oz and 9lbs-2oz scoped.
It functions flawlessly, shoots accurately and bears our full guarantee.