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I picked this little Argentine Carbine up this day for $180. I"m not at all versed on south American Mausers, preferring the imperial German and Swedish variants. I ended up liking it, and at $180, i thought. "Why, not?". Ns looked these up top top Google and really couldn"t find anything past auction sites and a couple of posts about parts availability, especially around the bolt.Any information is appreciated. I setup on choose up a crate of 7.65 and giving the a try.Swiss
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Looks prefer a nice little M1891 Argentine engineers Carbine. I"d speak you did really well at the price. Many I"ve seen freshly are going for 2 times or an ext than what friend paid.I additionally have one yet haven"t had actually a chance to shoot that yet. I intend it will be a shoulder bruiser.
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Wow, pretty find! It"s a so dubbed "Engineer"s carbine", which to be modified in an Argentine arsenal: rear sling swivel changed, and also bayonet holder attached to the stock. The price for these normally starts at 350.About parts: many parts indigenous the lengthy Argy M1891 rifle must match. The bolt is the same, only distinction is the bent bolt handle.Chris
Yeah, you gained that one because that about fifty percent price. The carbines to be in business for a lengthy time and usually display a many wear.

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This one is complete, insofar together I can tell. The barrel looks fairly nice. Anyway to tell what day it to be manufactured?
Not that I know other than it shows up to monitor the usual German style of serial number in the they begin with the letter A and only go to A9999 once they walk to B approximately 9999, on to C etc. My 1891 Argentine Carbine is in the B26xx range.
I too have one, the comb on mine is much an ext defined than on yours. One an essential to dating mausers in general and specifically the M91 is the manufacturer. All Lowe built guns space pre 1898, they adjusted the surname to DWM in 1896 and also built the M91"s for one more decade or so. I require some orignal wood and furniture bits for mine however it is pristine. Mine is a Lowe constructed SN C0665. The engineer carbines seem to retain over there crest much more often than the infantry carbine or complete rifles. Castle must have come with a various supply chain when leaving southern America than the others. I have actually not fired my little carbine but shoot my infantry carbine and also rifles often, the 7.65X 53 carteridge is very an effective I would say close come a 30-06 so in the little 16 1/4 inch carbine......it will be a little violent come shoot!!!