"SWISS SCHWEIZERISCHE SIG/NEUHAUSEN MODEL U MILITARY RIFLE SERIAL NO. 75. SN 75. Cal. 7.5 Swiss. This rifle bears a very large resemblance to the model 31-43 sniper rifle with several changes. The cocking knob is round instead of a T-handle and the receiver is longer toward the rear with no cocking ring. rifle is also equipped with a 10 rnd box mag, a detachable grenade launcher (with pouch) and a sling. The telescope is the same as that on the model 31-43 with the range finder or grenade sight on top. This rifle, to me at least, is so rare that I could find no information about it in print. I believe this to be the "Holy Grail" to the Swiss military collector. PROVENANCE: Stern Collection. CONDITION: Receiver shows approx 98% of the orig finish with majority of wear being in one small spot approx 1" around, approx 1" behind the bolt. Rear sight assembly appears to have never been used. Rear band shows better than 98% of the finish with any wear being from the sling. Front band shows 98% finish with just one small nick presumably from a screwdriver. Bbl shows all of its finish as does front adjustment ring. There is a slight bit of wear on front edge of bayonet lug with the rest of assembly showing all of its finish. Telescope shows approx 95% of its orig blue and optics are just slightly cloudy. Trigger guard and floorplate assembly show 99% of its finish, mag no. 73/12 shows approx 90% with some slight rubs and scratches here and there. Buttplate shows approx 85% with slight wear. Upper hand guard has some very minor scuffing that does not detract at all from the gun as does the stock. Mechanics are crisp, bore is bright and shiny. 4-34023 BK74 (4,500-6,500)"
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