WWI Steyr M95 Carbine

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NON-UK SALES ONLY OR RE-DEACTIVATION TO CURRENT DEACTIVATION SPECIFICATION - PLEASE CONTACT US FOR FURTHER DETAILS. The Steyr 1895 or M.95 was used by the Austro-Hungarian Army during WWI and indeed as a second line weapon into WWII. Chambered in 8 x 50, the M.95 was a straight pull design rather than utilising the usual rotating bolt design seen in other bolt action rifles of this period. This example is the carbine version with matching numbers to the barrel and receiver; the bolt does not appear to be numbered at all. In very nice overall condition, with just limited service wear. The date isn't clear, but appears most likely to be 1915 (supported by the 'C' suffic in the serial number. Deactivated to the UK specification with fully moving parts, working dry fire action, removable magazine and the ability to field strip (apart from the barrel).

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