Yugo Mauser M24/47 bolt action rifle in 8mm (7.92x57, 8x57). Features 24" barrel, hardwood stock which has minor cracks that should not affect function, and a decent blued finish will show some service wear and scratches. Bolt handle is usually straight, crest is usually scrubbed off, most have factory code Preduzece 44 or some variation thereof stamped on receiver, as well as other proofs and acceptance marks on stock and metal parts. C&R eligible. Overall in Good to Very Good condition.
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.
ATTENTION: The following locations have firearm restrictions.
California - Handguns must be approved by CA DOJ (except C&Rs), please check the California Roster of Handguns Certified for Sale to see if this gun is legal to purchase. No assault rifles. C&R handguns sent only to 01 FFLs. C&R holders must also send a COE to receive rifles.
Connecticut - No assault rifles or semi auto shotguns with detachable mag.
Massachusetts - Handguns made after 1997 must be approved by MA DOJ. C&R handguns are sent to 01 FFL dealers only. No assault rifles.
Maryland - Handguns made after 1984 must be approved by MD DOJ. No assault rifles. No assault pistols. No folding pistol grip shotguns.
New Jersey - C&R handguns are sent to 01 FFL dealers only, No assault rifles.
New York - C&R handguns are sent to 01 FFL dealers only. No assault rifles. No assault pistols, or pistol version of rifles.
Oregon - All firearms must be sent to 01 FFL dealers only, not 03 C&R holders, including C&R firearms.
Illinois - FOID card for the customer, dealer, or C&R holder must be on file.
Washington DC - no firearms.
NOTE: "Melting Point" laws in Hawaii, Minnesota, Massachusetts, and Illinois may prohibit some guns, it is your responsibility to check local laws before ordering to make sure you can receive your firearm.