Interarmco G 33/50

Discussion in 'The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum' started by 22WRF, Feb 19, 2006.

  1. 22WRF

    22WRF Well-Known Member

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    Can anyone tell me who cut these cut these down was it Interarms or were they cut down before they were imported?????????

    Why did Interarms over stamp the DOM??
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    Wow, 22! Why don'tcha ask a tough one!!!!! :confused:

    Well.....it looks like it has a cut-down military stock.....execpt the comb looks different than a Model 94 carbine and the stock lacks the finger grooves of a '94. http://www.gunsworld.com/mauser/foreign/swd94.html

    IF that's the original front sight (with just the "ears" missing), it probably hasn't been cut down.....but who knows?

    I doubt if it was Interarms who butchered the stock.....they would've put on a cheap sporter stock instead. But.....whether or not they cut down the barrel of a rifle to make a Carbine....???????
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    I think I'll just buy it as long as no one else bids on it.
    I was looking for one to sporterize anyway. So collector value is already gone from this one and I didn't want chop up a nice one. The price is right
    Ser # puts it in the 1916 range
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    Go for it!

    If you can get it cheap, put on a decent aftermarket stock and some better sights, and you'll have a sweet little "woods" gun. Be great for those Florida deer in second growth timber, or whatever.

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