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03005. $ 395 Available (Curio & Relic)
BSA Model 12/15 Small Martini .22 rimfire action. Can be converted to center
fire. Late example in very good condition. Clean and tight with some light
pitting and much blue. Later improvement on the older 'cadet' action as
follows: Factory drilled and tapped for receiver peep sight on rear tang. Side
walls much thicker than cadet. Rear of receiver bored through so rifle can be
cleaned from the breech. Pistol grip operating lever. Threaded pin to hold
action together rather than split pin. Nice and tight. No importer marks.
03014. $ 1,095 Available (Curio & Relic)
BSA Martini International Mark II .22LR Heavy target rifle. Built on the famous
and simple Martini Dropping Block Action. Excellent+ bore. Metal has 99%
original finish. Barrel show unusually high polish (possible refinish?). Tight
action shows little use. Sound straight-grain walnut stock and forend show the
usual handing and storage marks. Equipped with BSA standard PH-25B rear sight
and PH-1 front sight and a brass sight insert holder (no extra inserts). Very
nice condition for 50 year old rifle. Will make a great shooter!
02634. $ 100 Available (Non-firearm)
A very few Schmidt-Rubin K-31 Carbines in .30-06 were made in a small special
order (20 guns) for the Swiss Shooting Team in Mexico City in 1971. All were
commercial models with a "P" prefix serial (Privat) in the P269,5xx range.
These were marked ".30/06" on barrel ring. I'm able to offer some of the
original individual Mexican Registration Cards issued by the Secretary of
National Defense to the Swiss Team. Each card lists the specific serial number.
If you own a rifle, you will want a Registration Card to document it's source!