Proof marks from 1991, good bore, condition III.
Manufactured in 1952, all numbers matching, very good bore. Original finish, with original sling. Proof marks from 1989, condition III.
"W.W. GREENER, MAKER" with patent data on lhs of housing, old Brit. Nitro proof marks, not longer valid. Metal parts patinated, excellent bore, interesting collectible item, condition III-IV.
All numbers matching, blueing worn off, good bore, no gültiger proof marks, with rifle sling, condition IV.
Good original condition except pitted area on rhs of rear sight, all numbers matching, no proof marks, original sling, condition III.
Good original condition, all numbers matching, no proof marks, with original sling. Condition II-III.
Good original condition, all numbers matching, no proof marks, condition II-III.
Home made or commercially altered to a Biathlon-rifle. All numbers matching, stock is shortened, no handguard. Peep sight, very good bore, no proof marks. Magazine floor is slightly covered with flash...
Good original condition, all numbers matching, no proof marks. Plastic parts of bolt handle replaced, condition III.
Metal parts pitted, poor bore, stock with brass buttplate in good condition. Collectible gun, condition IV.
Well used original condition, excellent bore, original sling. Proof marks from 1993, condition III-IV.
Manufactured in 1959. Acceptance "eagle above BH" on rhs. With original sling and rod for CO2-filling. This training carbine was especially made for the Austrian Army in the late 1950s by Tyrol-Kufste...
Manufactured in 1881, in WWI altered to 6.5 mm caliber, no proof marks, good but dirty bore, condition IV.
Sinle shot version, good original condition with excellent bore, old - non valid - German nitro proof marks. To be cleaned, condition III.
Good original condition, barrel slightly patinated, grey metal parts partly with flash rust. Lockplate signed with "871" for the year of manufacture (1871). Barrel with "St 71" for "Steyr 1871", year ...
Breech with non matching number, lockplate signed with "875" for the year of manufactur (1875), barrel with "St 82" for "Steyr 1882" the year of adoption to the status M.77, poor bore. Metal parts are...
All numbers matching, very good bore. Pitted metal parts reworked with shallowish-matte blueing. Rear sight spring is broken, cleaning rod is missing. Allthough an interesting collectible item, not al...