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  1. Curio & Relics Forum
    I have a Dutch Mannichler in 6.5x53R. It's stamped Hembrug 1918 on the side. On the butt plate is 1898 directly underneath it is 126 lined out. Also 2 23 on the butt plate on the inside of it is a W 1. It's an all numbers matching rifle. Even the stock matches the numbers on the barrel and...
  2. The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum
    I have a gun with " Modell 1903 " stamped on top of the receiver and " STEYR 1911 " on the left side of the action. The serial number given is 9638 and it is on the right side I the receive and then again at the base I the barrel also on the right side. The stock is not original, I dont believe...
  3. Technical Questions & Information
    My Favorite brush gun (who am I kidding) my Favorite gun period, is missing the little metal piece at the end of the Stock/Barrel. Serial number is 107235 which according to Ruger its a 1966. Ruger does not have any parts for any of the older carbine's and I cant find this part anywhere. Can...
  4. The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum
    I have what appears to be (and is stamped as such) a Mannlicher Schoenauer Model NO (stamped on receiver just 'Mod. NO') full length stock (20in. barrel measured from bolt face), chambered in 30-06 with a dual set trigger. the bolt handle is of a 'pancake' flat style and is blued. in my...
  5. The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum
    I've inherited a rifle (photo attached) that is either an Oesterr Waffenfabr or a Mannlicher Schoenaur (or both?) manufactured in Austria. The rifle is in horrible shape, but I'm planning on restoring it as I think it could be a beautiful piece. I had a few questions I'm hoping someone can...
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