Argentine 1909 Mauser 98 Action | All-Matching Serial No

Argentine 1909 Mauser 98 Action | All-Matching Serial No

You are considering a vintage Argentine 1909 Mauser 98 Action. It was manufactured in Germany and has all-matching serial numbers; L 0996. The receiver is in great shape for its age. The metal is in good condition with no significant damage — no deep cuts, cracks, rust, dents, or other deformities. This receiver is painted, as was standard for a Century Arms import. The Argentine crest is stamped on top of the receiver ring. It has a hinged magazine floor plate, allowing for safe and convenient unloading. This prolific receiver is the standard for building custom sport guns and would make for a fun project to complete an Argentine 1909 Mauser 98 rifle.


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