This rifle is an example of a serviceman's target or Wehrmannsgewehr rifle, which were assembled from some World War I surplus parts, a newly made receiver, and some newly made parts between the World Wars. These rifles were popular among civilians and paramilitaries and circumvented the Treaty of Versailles due to their caliber. Blade front and Haenel marked elevation adjustable notch rear sights, with the receiver ring marked "ORIGINAL/HAENEL-LORENZ" over circled "H" logo. The left of the receiver has "crown/B" and "crown/U" proofs, and along with the buttplate is numbered "1270", with "270" on some other components. The magazine assembly is properly absent, with the stock solid in the region. Smooth pistol grip stock, with a smooth flat buttplate. Provenance: The Buckstix Collection
Very fine, retains 80% plus of the blue finish with some scattered light edge wear and handling marks and the bolt handle showing a grey patina. The wood is fine with a couple repairs near the upper barrel band and some scattered light handling marks throughout. Mechanically excellent.
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