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Old April 1st, 2015, 09:55 AM #1
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Mauser Tools

As some of you know, I am customizing a Mauser. I have decided to go all out.
I am doing it for the fun of it.

Does anyone have Mauser specific gunsmith tools the would like to sell?
You can PM me if you like.

Thanks.
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As some of you know, I am customizing a Mauser. I have decided to go all out.
I am doing it for the fun of it.

Does anyone have Mauser specific gunsmith tools the would like to sell?
You can PM me if you like.

Thanks.
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I guess that means "No"!
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"Mauser" covers a lot of ground.

What specific rifle (it is a rifle right?) are you working with? What do you plan to do? Just curious as I have no intention of selling any tools, but may be able to offer some direction.

I've worked with a number of M98's, 96's & 93's over the years. I love Mauser rifles but today, you can source a basic M700 barreled action from Brownell's and have a finished product not only cosmetically superior (to most today) but worth more in re-sale value if that's of any concern. Assuming you don't have any tools, etc. you'll have far more invested in doing it right than that modern off-the-shelf action.

That said... if you really want to do build a Mauser rifle. Despite being outdated, heavy and sometimes cantankerous, I for one consider them THE classic sporting rifle of the 20th century.
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