original J.G.A. karabiner 9mm glatt can anyone tell me about it

Discussion in 'Curio & Relics Forum' started by jonny5.0, Oct 22, 2003.

  1. jonny5.0

    jonny5.0 New Member

    Oct 22, 2003
    I have a origal JGA karabiner I think it was my Grampas It says caliber 9mm glatt I have searched the web for info but cant find any thing. It is a rimfire bolt action single shot . It is complete except for the ejector which got lost. I was wondering about parts ammo year anything anyone has to offer would be apprieciated
  2. WyomingSwede

    WyomingSwede Guest

    You might try Numrich arms...they have a lot of older parts. Since it is a rimfire, your local gunsmith should be able to make a new ejector. As far as the ammo...I have not heard of it, but the old western scrounger would probably have it. I dont have the exact websites handy but both Numrich and Old western scrounger can be found with your search engine. Hope this helps.


  3. warpig

    warpig Guest

    You should be able to find those links by poking around in our LINKS forum also:)
  4. inplanotx

    inplanotx Active Member

    Jan 28, 2002
    You also might want to look at this page. Very interesting!

    JGA Karabiner

    How about posting some pics of yours. Particularly look at the Belgian model!
  5. Anschutz (JGA) made many different models of these Karabiners for indoor training purposes. Many in .22 rimfire, some in other calibers.

    'Glatt' translates to 'oily' or 'lubricated', similar to our older designation of '.22LR Outside-Lubricated.'

    In all probability, your rifle is chambered for the standard 9mm European rimfire which is still commercially loaded by Fiocchi. Have a chamber cast made to be sure.
  6. Marlin22

    Marlin22 New Member

    Mar 8, 2009
    I have one of these rifles ,its a kids gun , its very short but its 6mm.. not 9mm it fires 22 rimfire I'm going to sell it ,does anyone know the value ?
  7. Paul de Leon

    Paul de Leon New Member

    Aug 13, 2009
    I'm having a hard time finding cal. 9 mm long rim fire shot catridges can anyone help me Paul
  8. tsweller

    tsweller New Member

    Jun 28, 2009

    Hello from Germany.

    I think "glatt" means not rifled, normally used for 9mm shot (9mmFlobert Doppelschrot)

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