Wednesday, November 2, 2022

Spanish Mauser Model 1893 Rifle, 7x57, 7mm Mauser, Oviedo 1908,

 

Spanish Mauser Model 1893 Rifle, 7x57, 7mm Mauser, Oviedo 1908, Bolt Action, No Import Stamp, C&R

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This rifle is Spanish Mauser Model 1893 Rifle that was produced in Oviedo, Spain in 1908. It is in the original 7mm caliber. This rifle was produced in time to see service in Spain’s overseas colonies and the Spanish Civil War. There is no import stamp on this rifle.

It is know that, after the Civil War, the Spanish Army was consolidating all its small arms into 8mm Mauser.

The Republicans purchased any rifles they could get supply their soldiers with arms during the Spanish Civil War sold all their rifles that were in another caliber. They had at least 18 different types of rifles and that’s not counting the rifles the Nationalists added to the mix.
During the 1950’s, the Spanish Government sold off the odd calibers. This was before import stamps were required on rifles imported into the US.

Many of the small ring Mauser were sporterized in some manner. This rifle is in its original condition. The bolt does not match, bore is dark but it is still a fine shooter and the 7mm Mauser cartridge is an excellent cartridge.













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