Collectible Firearms and Edged Weapons

Kristopher J. Gasior

P.O.B. 713 Newbury Park, CA 91319 USA

Phone # (805) 492 6808 (orders only!)

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Mannlicher Rifles

Shipping Terms: I ship rifles by UPS Ground with full insurance. I charge standard shipping fee of $30 per rifle. This rate is valid only in the continental USA. International shipping is available at the cost. I take checks and money orders.

Miscellaneous Mannlicher Rifles

Model, Price, Number & Pictures

Description & Condition

Scarce Austro-Hungarian Mannlicher M.1890 Rifle ("F.G. GY.")

Caliber: 8 x 50 mm, rimmed.

Price: $1575

Inventory # man_0191

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DESCRIPTION: This rifle was manufactured as a Mannlicher M.1890 rifle in 1890-s with the new calibration on the rear sights for the more powerful cartridge, "Scharfe Patrone M.1890" (it is not M.1888 upgraded to M.88/90 configuration, with the new calibration plates installed on both sides of the rear sights). Mannlicher M.1890 rifle was a standard infantry weapon of Austria-Hungary in the period of 1890-1917. The maker's markings are stamped on the receiver, "F.G. GY." (Fegyver es Gepgyar). There are no "Second Quality" stamps ("II", "IIQ") on any parts, that would indicate that the rifle was manufactured as a commercial weapon for export. No military acceptance markings on the chamber. The left side of the receiver ring shows a star above a letter "B". The trigger guard/magazine assembly does not show any markings. The right side of the stock shows a hand curved initials "PN" (between the front and middle barrel bands). Mismatched serial numbers. Different serial numbers are stamped on the chamber and buttstock. No serial numbers are stamped on the other parts of the rifle. The rifle was manufactured without a handguard. The rear sights show dual calibration, from 400 to 1800 paces on the left side, and up to 3000 paces on the right side. The right side calibration was used to fire the rifle at long distances using the slider on the right side of the rear sights ladder and the pin on the right side of the middle barrel band. Integral clip-loaded Mannlicher box magazine for five rounds. Bayonet lug is on the left side of the nosecap. The latter has also a stacking rod. Safety lever is located on the back of the receiver. Complete with a leather sling. Overall length: 50.5 inch. Barrel length: 30 inch. No import markings. CONDITION: Fine. About 85% of blue finish is still on metal. Some blue finish is turning to brownish color. No pitting. The bore is in very good condition with strong rifling, but it is dark in grooves. Strong action. All the internal parts of the rifle are in fine condition with no obvious wear. All the markings and numbers on metal are clearly visible. The stock is solid with usual handling marks, dings and scratches, but with no cracks. Interesting straight pull rifle for the advanced Mannlicher collector. The rifle comes from my family member collection of military firearms (please, pay by check, money order, or bank wire transfer only). Serial # 82XXT. Antique.

Scarce Irish M.1904 Mannlicher Rifle with the UVF Property Markings ("Red Hand of Ulster")

Caliber: 7.9 mm x 57 (.318) M 88.

Price: $2475

Inventory # man_0190

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DESCRIPTION: Very scarce Irish Mannlicher rifle made by Steyr in Austro-Hungary in 1904, as indicated by markings on the receiver rail. The right side of the rifle's buttstock displays, the Ulster Volunteer Force emblem, with the "Red Hand of Ulster" and the motto "For God and Ulster". Romanian "Phoenix Rising From Ashes" is stamped on the right side of the receiver, next to the bolt body (please, see pictures). These rifles were originally produced for Romania, but they were not delivered. Later they were refurbished and reworked to 7.9 mm by Steyr, and sold secretly to the Irish Republican Army. Most of these rifles were intercepted by the British Coast Guard prior to the World War One. Many rifles of this type were issued to the original Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF). In April 1914, the UVF smuggled 25,000 rifles of several types into Ulster. The rifle's rear sight is calibrated to 2050 meter. Matching serial numbers, except for the bolt (the matching serial numbers are stamped on the receiver, stock and barrel; mismatched serial numbers on the bolt). All the parts of the bolt have the same numbers: bolt's body, bolt's cocking piece, safety lever, etc. There are no serial numbers stamped on all the remaining parts of the rifle, which is correct for this model. All the serial numbers are factory original, and they were not restamped. Complete with a cleaning rod and a leather sling. CONDITION: Fine+. 93% of original blue finish is still on metal. The balance is in white. Some blue finish is turning to brownish color (mainly on the barrel). Some occasional peppering and light patina. Bore is in fine condition, with strong rifling. Strong action. The internal parts of the rifle are in fine+ condition as well, with no obvious wear. All the markings on the metal and wood are clearly visible. Solid stock with usual handling marks, light dings and scratches. No import markings. Very scarce Irish M.1904 Mannlicher rifle the UVF markings! No import markings. The rifle comes from my family member collection of military firearms (please, pay by check, money order, or bank wire transfer only). Serial# 114XX.

Scarce Austro-Hungarian Export M.1904 Mannlicher Cavalry Carbine

Caliber: 7.9 mm x 57 (.318) M 88.

Price: $3500

Inventory # man_0189

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DESCRIPTION: Scarce export Model 1904 Mannlicher cavalry carbine made by Steyr in Austro-Hungary in 1905, as indicated by markings on the receiver rail. Romanian "Phoenix Rising From Ashes" is stamped on the right side of the receiver, next to the bolt body (please, see pictures). These carbines were originally produced for Romania, but they were not delivered. Later they were refurbished and reworked to 7.9 mm by Steyr, and sold to commercial customers in several countries. Split receiver design with turn-bolt action that is virtually the same to those used in Portuguese, Dutch and Irish Mannlichers. Sling swivels are located on the left side of the buttstock and on the barrel band. Correct bolt with turned down handle. The carbine was manufactured without a handguard and with no provision for a bayonet. Rear sight is calibrated to 2000 meter (schritt?). Matching serial numbers are stamped on the receiver, barrel and on the right side of the buttstock. Mismatched serial number on the bolt. All the parts of the bolt have the same numbers: bolt's body, bolt's cocking piece, safety lever, etc. There are no serial numbers stamped on all the remaining parts of the carbine, which is correct for this model. All the serial numbers are factory original, and they were not restamped. Complete with a cleaning rod and a leather sling. CONDITION: Fine+. 92% of blue finish is still present on metal. Some occasional peppering and light patina. Very smooth action. Very good to fine bore with strong and shiny rifling. Some roughness in the bore near the muzzle (please, see pictures). Solid and smooth stock with few handling marks and light dings. All the markings and numbers on metal and wood are clearly visible. All the internal parts of the carbine are in excellent condition, with no visible wear. Nice example of scarce Mannlicher cavalry carbine! No import markings. The carbine comes from my family member collection of military firearms (please, pay by check, money order, or bank wire transfer only). Serial# 7XX.

Very Scarce Austro-Hungarian Mannlicher M.1895 Carbine with Riedl Bayonet

Caliber: 8 x 50 mm rimmed.

Price: $6475

Inventory # man_0188

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DESCRIPTION: Very scarce Austro-Hungarian Mannlicher M.1895 carbine (Repetier-Carabiner M.95) with a Riedl folding bayonet! The Riedl bayonets can be occasionally found on various Austro-Hungarian Mannlichers (M.1890 carbines, M.1895 carbines, M.1914 rifles, as well as on Hungarian M.1923 trial rifles). At one point, the Austro-Hungarian military considered these bayonets for service. However, they were never issued in substantial numbers, either because the Great War had erupted, or perhaps the field tests were less than satisfactory. The permanently attached bayonet is foldable under the rifle into a slot. The bayonet is a three-edged spike. Very few bayonets of this pattern were manufactured, and even less survived to these days. The carbine is in its original 8 x 50 mm caliber. This is the "true" cavalry carbine with a single set of sling swivels located on the left side of the stock an no stacking hook on the nosecap. The carbine was manufactured in 1913, as indicated by following markings stamped on the chamber, "W-n, Austro-Hungarian Eagle, 13". The receiver displays a model designation, "M.95", and the factory location, "Steyr". The right side of the receiver ring and chamber displays small Austro-Hungarian double head eagles. All matching serial numbers (the matching serial numbers are stamped on the receiver, barrel, stock and handguard; no numbers are stamped on all the remaining parts, which is correct for this model). All the serial numbers are factory original and they were not restamped. All original configuration. Correct carbine style rear sights. No import markings. Complete with an original Austro-Hungarian military leather sling. CONDITION: Fine+. 92% of original blue finish is still on metal. The blue finish is worn mainly on sharp edges of metal parts. Some blue is turning to brownish color. The buttplate shows some brown patina. Solid stock with usual handling marks, dings and small scratches. No cracks in wood. Original finish on the stock. Fine bore with strong and shiny rifling. Strong action. All the internal parts of the carbine are in fine condition with no obvious wear. All the markings and numbers on both, wood and metal are clearly visible. The leather sling is still in very good condition. Very scarce Austro-Hungarian M.1895 Mannlicher carbine with Riedl bayonet! The carbine comes from my family member collection of military firearms (please, pay by check, money order, or bank wire transfer only). Serial# 70XXB.

Very Scarce Austro-Hungarian Mannlicher M.1890 Cavalry Carbine (Repetier-Karabiner)

Caliber: 8 x 50 mm rimmed.

Price: $2975

Inventory # man_0143

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DESCRIPTION: Very scarce Austro-Hungarian Mannlicher M.1890 cavalry carbine (Repetier-Karabiner) in its original caliber, 8 x 50 mm. This type of carbine was intended for Austro-Hungarian mounted troops. M.1890 carbines and stutzens were manufactured by Osterreichische Waffenfabriks-Gesellschaft, Steyr from 1891 to 1896.
The receiver ring displays the maker's name, "OEWG Steyr". The right side of the receiver and chamber displays a letter "T in a circle" (Tiegelgussstahl - a new type high quality steel was used to manufacture the carbine). All matching serial numbers (stamped on the receiver, barrel and stock; no numbers are stamped on all the remaining parts, which is correct for this model). All the serial numbers are factory original and they were not restamped. Correct style steel buttplate without a trap. Correct carbine/stutzen style rear sights calibrated to 2400 schritt. The sling swivels are located on the left side of the stock. The carbine was manufactured without a stacking hook, and with no provision for the cleaning rod. There is no bayonet lug on the right side of the nosecap, as the carbine is intended for cavalry use. No import markings. All original military configuration. Only about 111.000 M.1890 carbines and stutzens were ever manufactured. CONDITION: Low excellent. 97% of original blue finish is still present on metal. The blue finish is worn mostly on the sharp edges of steel parts. Some blue is turning to brownish color (mainly on the nosecap and lower part of the magazine). The buttplate is covered with light patina. Occasional light peppering on the barrel and magazine. Nice stock with some handling marks, small dings and light scratches. 0.75 inch long hairline stress crack in the upper part of the buttstock, just behind the receiver tang (please, see pictures). Original finish on the stock. Excellent bore with strong and shiny rifling. Strong action. All the markings and numbers on metal and stock are clearly visible. All the internal parts of the carbine are in excellent condition, with no visible wear. Scarce Austro-Hungarian M.1890 Mannlicher cavalry carbine! Serial# 80XXN. Antique.

Dutch Mannlicher Rifles

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Collectible Firearms and Edged Weapons

Kristopher J. Gasior

P.O.B. 713 Newbury Park, CA 91319 USA

Phone # (805) 492 6808 (orders only!)

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