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    1891 Argentine Mausers

    Been a long time, but I got these out yesterday as I heard the carbines normally had their crests, where the long rifles had been scrubbed of their crests.
    I wanted to be sure that was the case with mine and it was. The carbines are Engr and Cav version. You can see where the Cav version lacks bayonet
    lug and front attachment for it.
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    Nice! Beautiful wood on that long rifle!
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    Quote Originally Posted by scottz63 View Post
    Nice! Beautiful wood on that long rifle!

    I agree nice wood on that long rifle.

    My all matching scrubbed 1891.
    Last edited by hansellhd; 02-11-2018 at 12:59 PM.

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