$4,000 - $6,000
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Built between the wars, circa 1923. A vintage sporting rifle with 21" Suhl, Germany Krupp steel barrel, in reputable .30-06 and by a well known maker is built with a solid matte rib with raised bladed sight, crowned muzzle, and eye for sling. Rib reads "J.P. SAUER & SON, SUHL, GERMANY". Left side of barrel reads "30 U.S.G. 1906. MOD. MAUSER." "N" with "+" above it. "St.m.G.". Breech end of barrel near chamber reads "FLUID-STEEL-KRUPP-ESSEN.". Chamber reads "80772" and "218935". Chamber is also stippled and engraved with floral scroll. Shroud near stripper clip cut out reads "WAFFEN FABRIK MAUSER-OBERNDORF A/N.". Bolt slide is case hardened with butter knife bolt handle is checkered with light engraving and stamped "772". Flag safety stamped "72". Action is fitted with a "Lyman" peep sight. Action is built with double set triggers. Triggers are protected by a steel blacked engraved trigger guard. Steel floor plate is handsomely engraved with stag and doe standing in woods. Dark walnut stock is fitted with a 2 panel checkered pistol grip with horn grip cap, eye for sling and silver oval for initials or crest. Butt stock with serrated horn plate and engraved screws. Schnable styled forend built with cross pin fastener. Rifle travels in a sherpa lined, green canvas and leather soft case. CONDITION: Good. Barrel retains 90 percent original blue. Rifling is good. Rib is without folding sights. Action and bolt handle operate smoothly. Stock and forend with signs of age. Good vintage rifle. CP Accessories: Soft Carrying Case Barrel Length: 21" Caliber/Bore: .30-06 Drop at Comb: 1 - 3/4" Drop at Heel: 3" FFL Status: Curio & Relic Length of Pull: 14" Manufacturer: J P Sauer & Son Model: Mauser 1906 Serial Number: 80772 Weight: 7 Lbs. 7 oz.