The Mauser Model 1893 is a bolt-action rifle commonly referred to as the Spanish Mauser, though the model was adopted by other countries in other calibers, most notably the Ottoman Empire.The M1893 was based on the experimental M1892 rifle, which Paul Mauser developed for the Spanish Army as part of a program to correct deficiencies in the earlier 1889, 1890, and 1891 series of Mauser rifles.Manufacturer: Mauser. Apr 05, 2013 · How to take apart and put back together an MGC mauser replica. Mgc Broomhandle mauser C96 field strip How to disassemble a ww2 German K98K Mauser rifle (field strip.
Oct 11, 2013 · I've been trying to field strip and clean a 1934 Mauser.32 ACP, following the list of steps found everywhere. After I insert the empty mag and pull the slide back, two problems. 1. The mag release is so stiff that I practically have to push it against a wooden table top or chair back. 2. When I move the mag release and remove the mag, the. Find great deals on eBay for 1893 mauser stock. Shop with confidence. Skip to main content. eBay Logo: Mauser 1895 Turkish 1893 Spanish Carbine 7x57 and 7mm Follower See more like this. Mauser Model 1893 93 - COMPLETE TRIGGER - Spanish Rifle 1916. Pre-Owned. $19.95. Buy It Now.
Order Mauser Model 1893 Spanish Rifle rifle parts from Numrich Gun Parts Corp., America's leading parts and accessories supplier since 1950.Product #: 6110. Aug 15, 2008 · Hello all, I post here timidly, as I don't believe the Mauser WTP I or II was a military handgun. There just didn't seem to be a "German handguns forum". I really did look. As the title suggests, I would like to know how to field strip the Mauser WTP.25 pocket pistol. My searches on these forums and the Internet in general have been fruitless so far.
Aug 08, 2019 · Hello I have a 1893 spanish mauser short rifle, needs a new barrel, I purchased a 1895 spanish mauser short rifle 2nd pattern barrel. will it work on this action, both are 7x57 cal. only difference I can see is the rear sights. 1893 ladder sight, 1895 has ramp rear sight. thanks in advance. Lift out the takedown latch. Push the safety lever up about 40 degrees, as shown, and remove by lifting straight up. If the gun has the New Safety (standard on guns made between about the start of World War One and 1930), the hammer must be pulled back a bit past the full cock position before the safety lever can be moved. Guns with the New Safety are invariably marked with an intertwined NS.