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My New steyer M95

Article about: I thought this was a very clean riffle and got a great deal on the AMMO as well. World War 1 Austrian Steyr M95 " Stutzen" carbine. It was made from M95 rifle, cut down to carbine

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    I thought this was a very clean riffle and got a great deal on the AMMO as well. World War 1 Austrian Steyr M95 " Stutzen" carbine. It was made from M95 rifle, cut down to carbine length.In WW2 these were converted to an 8X56R configuration and issued to Austrian Police and rear guard troops. These rifles used a 5 round stripper clip which fell out of the bottom of the magazine when empty. It cannot be loaded without the stripper clips.......ERICClick image for larger version. 

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    I got one of these not to long ago for 100$ OTD and was packed in cosmo. I shot it today with some Nazi marked ammo. Fun little rifle. Congrats!

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    Thanks Homer Great riffle for the money. I got all for 300$ 250 rounds of AMMO & Bayo aswell..........ERIC

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    I still need to find a correct bayonet for mine, Any ideas where they can be found?

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    Maybe Ill ckeck for ya not sure if it was his last one or not Ill PM ya by the end of the week..... ERIC

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    Thanks!

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    Hello-i have one of these-the cut down long rifle has a thicker walled barrel at the muzzle than the original production carbines or long rifles-to fit one of these you need to specify the M95 bayo with a larger muzzle ring.

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    Thanks for the info that could be very helpful.

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    Hi,I have one of those too.Could you post a picture of the headstamp on your ammo,it looks like it could be Bulgarian.
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    JEDEM DAS SEINE

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    Quote by zwerge View Post
    Hi,I have one of those too.Could you post a picture of the headstamp on your ammo,it looks like it could be Bulgarian.
    Here ya go...

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