"GERMAN MAUSER MODEL 1909 ARGENTINE SNIPER RIFLE. SN C9941. Cal. 7.65 Argentine. Rare Argentine sniper with 29-1/2" bbl, barleycorn front sight and 2000 meter military rear sight. Receiver has usual markings that are oriented to sides to accommodate scope mount which contains a Zeiss 4X single turret scope which is also marked with the Argentine markings with serial number "1008". It has an unusual graduated reticle with range markings to 300 meters. Accompanied by an orig Argentine bayonet with serial number "008269" in its orig matching numbered black painted steel scabbard and green leather frog. Also accompanied by an orig Argentine green leather sling. These sniper rifles are rarely encountered in the U.S. and when they are found, usually have reproduction mounts for the scope. These mounts appear to be completely original. PROVENANCE: Stern Collection. CONDITION: Very fine to extremely fine with all visible parts matching numbered except rear scope base which appears to have a different number. Metal retains generous amounts of its orig factory finish with some slight thinning of exposed bbl and some slight dulling of bright receiver & bolt. Wood is sound with a few light nicks & dings and a series of small bruises on each side of forestock and retains most of its orig arsenal finish. Scope has crisp clear optics and retains most of its orig factory finish. Bayonet, front & sling are crisp and new. 4-34083 JR54 (3,000-5,000)"
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