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Steyr-Mannlicher M1895 Long Rifle


Matching numbers except Upper handguard. Excellent Bore. Metal 90%. Wood VG-EXC.

The Steyr-Mannlicher M1895 rifle is an early bolt-action rifle, employed by the Austro-Hungarian army throughout World War I, and post-war by both Austrian and Hungarian armies. Numbers of these rifles also turned out in World War II, particularly in the hands of second line and reservist units; indeed, a licensed version was the standard infantry weapon of the Dutch army during the Battle of France. Many were found in the hands of African guerrillas into the 1970s.

8X56R Steyr M95/30The M1895 is special in employing a straight-pull bolt action, as opposed to the more common rotating bolt of other rifles. It is also renowned for a high degree of reliability and sturdiness, although this requires decent care and maintenance with an extractor that is notoriously prone to breakage.

Rate of fire is fairly high, for a manual action weapon, as there is no requirement to turn or twist the bolt when operating the weapon, but the bolt is very stiff and there is a lot of recoil, especially on the stutzen (carbine) versions

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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 11 December, 2007.

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