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Deactivated French Berthier  M1907/15 infantry rifle, 1916 dated  **SOLD**
Deactivated French Berthier  M1907/15 infantry rifle, 1916 dated  **SOLD** Deactivated French Berthier  M1907/15 infantry rifle, 1916 dated  **SOLD** Deactivated French Berthier  M1907/15 infantry rifle, 1916 dated  **SOLD** Deactivated French Berthier  M1907/15 infantry rifle, 1916 dated  **SOLD**
 

Deactivated French Berthier M1907/15 infantry rifle, 1916 dated **SOLD**


This is the french Berthier fusil Mle 1907/15 infantry rifle, initially designed by engineer Emile Berthier in the late 1880's. Lighter and easier to handle than the Lebel Mle 1886/93, its main drawback was it's minimal 3-round magazine capacity. The Mle 1907 was modified in 1915 to become the Mle 1907/15, but was issued only in small numbers to frontline troops to help with the lack of Lebel rifles, mainly because of its limited magazine capacity. The majority went to colonial troops and the Foreign Legion. The Mle 1907/15 was used up till the 1940s, though by then the magazine capacity had been increased to 5! but this increase came too late to be of much use during WW1. This particular example is in excellent original condition, with a super hardwood stock, manufactured at the St. Etienne Armoury (MAS), dated 1916 on the barrel, and with matching serial numbers to breech, trigger guard and stock, and able to be cocked, dry-fired and field stripped. Deactivated in the UK with Certificate to UK specification.
 

Our Price: £725.00

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



Our Price: £725.00

 

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