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SN 110491. Cal. 7.62MM. 28″ bbl. Blue finish. Straight grain American walnut stocks with handguard. 3,200 yard rear sight, stripper clip guides mounted on receiver, extra swing swivel mounted at front of frame. Top of receiver marked 7.62 m.m., right side of frame bears “XN3″ in a rectangle, which is also present on the right side of the buttstock. These are Russian arsenal marks. Bayonet is 18” long and is marked “Winchester Repeating Arms Co.” on the guard. No other marks are evident. Metal scabbard is unmarked. Orig sling. PROVENANCE: The Jon Roark Collection. CONDITION: Very fine. Bbl retains 90% dull blue finish turning plumb at the muzzle. Bbl bands are plumb-brown patina. Rear sight is excellent. Bore is frosty with strong rifling. Receiver retains 80% of the matte blue finish that is turning plumb-brown overall. Receiver markings are sharp with the exception of the WP Proof that is slightly washed out. Tang markings are sharp. SN is sharp. Stocks are fine, full-sized, with only minuscule handling marks overall. Bayonet is fine with a bright blade and very good scales. Sling is intact but very dry and crazed. One sling loop has been broken. The Russian Imperial Government received 293,816 model 95 Muskets in the years 1915 and 1916. 50387-22 TEP (5,000-7,000) C&R – Lot 2078

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Auction: Firearms - October 2016
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