Chinese Chiang Kai-shek Mauser Rifle

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UNAVAILABLE. NON-UK SALES ONLY OR RE-DEACTIVATION TO CURRENT DEACTIVATION SPECIFICATION - PLEASE CONTACT US FOR FURTHER DETAILS. This Chinese Zhongzheng/Chiang Kai-shek or Type 24 Rifle was manufactured in 1946 (serial number prefixes L to S were manufactured in 1946 with this example having an M prefix) by the 21st Arsenal - also known as the Nanjing Arsenal. Chambered in 7.92 x 57, the Type 24 uses the tried and battle-tested Mauser action. In good used condition with plenty of metalwork finish intact and sound stocks exhibiting the knocks associated with such a service rifle. Complete with cleaning rod and 2 inert 7.92 rounds. 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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