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Article about: Hello would like to know if anyone can help identifying Makers marks on this Mauser is there any resource code list or manufacturer like the Mauser K98? If someone can help would be apreciat

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    Hello would like to know if anyone can help identifying Makers marks on this Mauser
    is there any resource code list or manufacturer like the Mauser K98?

    If someone can help would be apreciated
    Best Regards

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    No pictures were attached-are you talking about the Portuguese Vergiero Mauser M1904? All these were made by DWM.

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    Salonete

    I assume you are referring to the Portuguese Mauser -Vergueiro Model 1904.

    I believe these were made by Deutsche Waffen und Munitionsfabriken (DWM).

    Originally chambered for the 6.5 x 58 mm cartridge.

    Regards

    Richie
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    Yes Mauser Vergueiro iam sorry to put imcomplete info, i dint put photos because mine is coming, i dont have it yet but in the bad photos that seller had i can say it has on the bolt i think "where is stamped CI" it has the right side this TRA 3096.

    I was asking if there was anithing do see who made it or there all made by DWM and this different makings do not count for anything

    hanks

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    Is it an M1904 in 6.5mm x 58P or an M1904/38 in 7.92mm x 57 rebuild/short barrel ?

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    All were made by DWM, and I believe all were marked more or less the same. The CI would be the chamber crest, the monogram of King Carlos I with the crown. Here's mine:


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    Hello thanks for helping out i didnt say nothing because i dindt had it yet but now that arrived i can pit some pics on.
    i Think it is 6.5 58P long no short one.
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    It's a shortened M1904/39 in 7.92mm-has a new proof mark on receiver, short barrel and front sight protector 'ears'-original long 1904s are rare as most in Portuguese use were converted to the later type in the late 1930s.
    Last edited by lithgow; 08-22-2011 at 12:47 PM.

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