Spanish 1916 Mauser bolt action rifle chambered in 7x57 (7mm Mauser) caliber. Oviedo Arsenal Spain mfg, 1916 pattern Short Rifle with 22" barrel, wood stock, tangent leaf sliding rear sight, blade front sight with protective ears, and bent bolt handle. These are unmarked or scrubbed receivers without the Crest. Frosted or dark shootable bore. Most do not include the cleaning rod. Metal has areas of pitting and corrosion. Stock shows dents, dings and cracks, and may have old or incomplete repairs. Overall good condition, used. C&R eligible.
Choose from menu above to add 100rd box of FN 7x57 ammo, only available with purchase of this rifle. This ammo is brass case FN Belgian made 7mm Mauser ammo with a round nose 173gr FMJ bi-metal bullet. 1930's production, with corrosive Berdan primer. Misfires, hangfires, and duds may be found due to age.
Also, use menu above to add a used leather 1916 Mauser sling to your order (supply limited).
Picture is a representative of the stock we have, and may not be the exact item you will receive.
ATTENTION: Firearms ONLY ship to an FFL holder (or C&R if eligible). If you do not have an FFL (Federal Firearms License) then you must find one in your area to do the transfer for you, and you must enter their address as the shipping address on your order.
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Shipping was on spot,my ffl and coe were processed very quickly. Now, the rifles themselves are a bit rough. But, I knew that prior, these are surplus expect to do work on them, they will have imperfections. I call it a labor of love. One thing to be wary of though, these are not packed in cosmoline(I wish they were). It was stored in axle grease, dead bugs and dirt, I guess the Spanish equivalent of cosmoline. Expect rust, it can be fixed, these babies need restoration and put back into service. I have a feeling these are fine firearms.
Very impressed with this purchase. I spoke on the phone with customer service to see if my Dealers FFL was on file, which it wasn't. I was given the email and fax number to send it too. The person I spoke on the phone with was very courteous and professional. As for the rifle, it was excellent condition for what is advertised. Mine came with the crest intact made in 1927. Found only one small pit in the barrel under the handguard. No cracks in stock and the metal has a ton of Spanish markings. The sling a got with it also is in good condition. The bore is awesome with strong lands and groves and the crown is in great shape. It is cleaning up nice and can't wait to shoot. This was my 1st purchase from J&G and it was definitely pleasant and worth it. Thanks J&G for outstanding service.
Was advertised as stock having dents, dings and small cracks. The rifle I received had a 5" chunk missing from the front end near the bayonet lug (cleaning rod shows through bottom) and another 2-3" through and through crack in the barrel cover near the bolt. Although my expectations for a century old firearm were not very high, must admit I was mildly disappointed