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  1. Technical Questions & Information
    Hello, I Have an old mauser that i believe to be Pre ww1, but i wanted some extra details if any can be provided, as i really want to know more about the history of this beauty. So far, what i have learned is (and please correct me if i'm wrong): that the barrel was forged at Schilling forge...
  2. The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum
    Could not find clear (to me) markings indicating age or factory,
  3. The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum
    Mauser 98 B Model ID & info request I have inherited a Mauser 98 and am looking for information on it. It seems to be a Mauser 98 Sporter Model B that was used in WWII and brought back by a family member. I'm told he traded a German officer a case of soap for it. This rifle is very special to...
  4. Introduction Forum
    Hello & good morning, I'm Joey - I am based out of Southern New Hampshire. I just turned 22 and am a budding collector of historical arms, as well as a very avid WW1 and WW2 reenactor. I own a '39 Kar98k, an '05 Gewehr 98, Norinco Type 56 SKS, and a '53 PPS-43. For more modern weapons, I own...
  5. General Military Arms & History Forum
    Hi Guys, The other day, I got an unknown large magazine for autocannon or something. Judging from its size, it seems to be for 20mm class ammunition. Although it does not accommodate US 20×102mm ammunition, length of the magazine lip is almost same as that of the ammunition. The...
  6. Technical Questions & Information
    We are trying to get an idea of the history of this rifle and an idea of the value. Any help would be appreciated!
  7. The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum
    Nazi weapon brought back from European Theater in 1944/5 by my father upon his return- been in our house ever since - hope my poor photo skills don't detract.
  8. The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum
    What do you guys think about the value of this rifle? It's of course been modified for hunting. I would like to sell it, even though I think the historicity of it is pretty badass.
  9. The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum
    I have, what I believe to be, a 1921 sporting Mauser. It has a "Germany" proof mark, and I put this on a Mauser forum a while ago to determine the age. The double trigger seems to be original to the gun. Everything functions well. The stock had a crack in it which I paid to have repaired...
  10. The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum
    I have what I believe to be a German Mauser 98k. This gun has been in my family at least since the late 60's. I want to identify what it is and what it's value is. The caliber is marked 8.57JS. It has the "N under eagle" powder designation and the Ulm, Germany proof mark (antler). There is...
  11. Technical Questions & Information
    I have a 1939 Mauser that is in good shape. I'm looking to find out as much as possible about this gun that I can. The proof markings on left and right don't seem to match things I've found on line. Aside from knowing more about the specific history of this gun (i.e.: police version, military...
  12. Technical Questions & Information
    I have a 9mm German Luger with serial number 2988 and the 88 is displayed on many other parts of the gun as well. It has an Eagle proof marking sitting on a ball and there is an "L" next to the Eagle. I'm very new to this and was hoping someone could tell me a little something about this gun...
  13. Centerfire Pistols & Revolvers
    Mauser C96 From the 1939 Stoeger catalog: Click on Images to Enlarge:
  14. Curio & Relics Forum
    Was wondering if any Mauser experts could help me out a bit... I just picked up a 1916 Spanish Mauser and the stock has "15" painted on it in red with a large circle underneath as well. I imagine it's some sort of arsenal marking, but would like to know what it denotes. Thanks in advance for...
  15. General Military Arms & History Forum
    I was fiddling around on YouTube recently and came across interviews with a guy named Roger Craig. He had been a member of the Dallas County Sheriff's office on the day of President Kennedy's assassination and was on the sixth floor when a rifle was found. He had said throughout the 60's and...
  16. The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum
    I inherited this rifle from my father. He purchased it around 25 years ago, as a used rifle. I cant find very much information on it, and the rifle has very few markings on it. Any help would be much appreciated. To be honest, I am not even sure how people know it is a Mauser in the first place...
  17. The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum
    I have inherited a Prussian Contract Red 9. All of the serial numbers on the pistol match and the gun is in very good shape. The serial number is 35526. I also have the original wooden holster and the leather cover, cleaning rod and extra spring for the clip. I am wondering if anyone can tell...
  18. The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum
    I bought a mauser and after doing Research on the gun, I have found some questionable things.I know that the numbers aren't matching but the factory code and receiver date don't match the serial numbers on the the side of the receiver it is a. S/27 from 1938 but the serial number is 260 b...
  19. Introduction Forum
    Got into serious collecting about 9 years ago and I focus on old Winchesters + WWI and WWII pistols and rifles from all the major players and some minor ones. If I have them I shoot them and going to the range can be lots of fun for me and a history lesson for those around me who would otherwise...
  20. Large-Bore/Small-Bore Rifle/Shotgun
    Ok I got a old rifle that I bought for 20 bucks from what I was told it's an old German sniper rifle but only numbers I can find on it is 1835. Only thing I know is my uncle's best friend who was a Vietnam vet gave it to my uncle who eventually gave it to my step dad who lost it in a field where...
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