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1917 updated Steyr M95

Article about: I used to have one of these a couple years back but it was just the typical refurb. I found this one locally for 100 OTD, bore is near mint. The bolt, bayonet lug, andreceiver/barrel are mat

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    Default 1917 updated Steyr M95

    I used to have one of these a couple years back but it was just the typical refurb. I found this one locally for 100 OTD, bore is near mint. The bolt, bayonet lug, andreceiver/barrel are matching. The stock is a replacement and the buttplate doesn't match and is unit marked. It appears to have a WW1 era Hungarian crest along with an Austrian crest. Sorry if some of the pictures are a little blurry.

    George
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    Default Re: 1917 updated Steyr M95

    Hi

    Very nice mannlincher M-95 .

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    Default Re: 1917 updated Steyr M95

    Thanks, these are pretty neat little rifles.


    George

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    Default Re: 1917 updated Steyr M95

    Nice carbine, I have one too, I don`t shoot it too often,it kicks too hard......Pete.
    JEDEM DAS SEINE

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    Default Re: 1917 updated Steyr M95

    That was the main reason I sold my first one, I couldn't find ammo for it. But I've noticed that at gunshows there's a lot more of it now

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