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Deactivated Austro-Hungarian Steyr M95 infantry carbine
Deactivated Austro-Hungarian Steyr M95 infantry carbine Deactivated Austro-Hungarian Steyr M95 infantry carbine Deactivated Austro-Hungarian Steyr M95 infantry carbine Deactivated Austro-Hungarian Steyr M95 infantry carbine
 

Deactivated Austro-Hungarian Steyr M95 infantry carbine


Designed by Ferdinand Ritter von Mannlicher in 1895 and manufactured at the Steyr works in Austria and Budapest, Hungary, this carbine equipped the Austro-Hungarian Army during WW1 and was still being used as a second-line weapon in WW2. Originally chambered for a 8 x 50mm round, between the wars it was re-chambered for a longer more powerful 56mm cartridge. The reworked rifles were marked with a 'S' or 'H' on the receiver, depending where it was done. Popular for its impressive rate of fire due to the revolutionary straight-pull bolt action rather than the usual rotating bolt, this carbine was a reliable and effective weapon. This example is in very good original condition with lovely hardwood stock and nicely blued steelwork, marked on the breech with the 'H', for a Budapest rework. There is also a partial Budapest stamp on the receiver, but all other marks appear to have been polished off. Markings on the  butt-plate that could be regimental stamps. An unusual axis-power rifle in lovely condition, complete with foresight hood. As a current spec EU deactivation it can be cocked but not dry-fired.  Deactivated in the UK with Certificate to UK/EU specification.

Our Price: £395.00

All deactivated weapons sold by Jaybe Militaria are deactivated in the United Kingdom and hold a London or Birmingham certificate stating that the weapon has been deactivated correctly and is legal within the U.K.


Our Price: £395.00

 

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