6 edition of A Collectors Guide to the German Gew. 88 Commission Rifles and Carbines found in the catalog.
June 2, 2007
by Andrew Mowbray Inc., Publishers
Written in English
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Gew 88 - Commission Rifle Collectors Forum. Skip to content Markings and Questions. General Information & Facts Pertaining To The German Model Commission Rifle. 2 posts • Page 1 of 1. beanbomb pm. I just tur and have decided to start collecting antique firearms. I recently found a Gewehr 88 commission. German Gewehr "Commission Rifle" Cartridge: x57mm Capacity: 5 rnds German Karabiner 88 and Gewehr 91 - Duration: Germany's First Smokeless Carbines: the Kar 88 and Gewehr
The Gewehr 88 (commonly called the Model Commission Rifle) was a late 19th century German bolt-action rifle, adopted in The invention of smokeless powder in the late 19th century immediately rendered all of the large-bore black powder rifles then in use obsolete. Includes Gew88 rifles, carbines, and a great cutaway drawing of a Gew Lets not forget the The Chinese made Version of the German Model 88 Rifle made from to and the German M88s sent to China in Here is an article from the .
Gew 88 Commission Rifle Stock Mauser Gewehr: $ Gew 88 finish to thestock, looks likeis has been refinished in the not to distant past. Very nice condition overall. No visible cracks, splits, chips. A fewknicks here and numberis "".Rear band spring is includedand rear sling swivel base areintact. Middle band spring is. Book Summary: The title of this book is A Collector's Guide to Military Rifle Disassembly and Reassembly and it was written by Stuart C. Mowbray and Joe Puleo. This particular edition is in a Paperback format. This books publish date is and it has a suggested retail price of $Pages:
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T was also a carbine version, the Karabiner A Collector's Guide to the German Gew. 88 "Commission" Rifle is a complete guide to "Commission" rifles and carbines, including their use outside of Germany and copies of the system with its famous magazine.
A COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO THE GERMAN GEW. 88 "COMMISSION" RIFLE by Paul S. Scarlata While I am a Mosin Nagant collector I still enjoy reading and doing research on other firearms.
To do this it is necessary to have access to high-quality reference works and I have found works from Paul Scarlata to fit this bill nicely. Over the years I have enjoyed his. Book Review: German Gew. 88 “Commission” Rifle J Ian McCollum Book review, Video 14 I recently picked up a very nice looking Gewehr 88 from an online classified ad, and when it arrived I really didn’t know what I had (I’m not an expert on older German bolt actions by any stretch of the imagination).
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Antique German Gew 88/05 Commission Rifle. In good looking condition and maker marked from the Danzig Arsenals in This one has seen military service from the late 's thru WW1 and beyond. Book Description Mowbray Publishing, Soft cover.
Condition: New. 1st Edition. pages. " x 11". SIGNED BY THE AUTHORS. The top battle rifles of the cartidge era, disassembled step-by-step, in large color photographs. Forty-eight different military rifles are included.
44 complete breakdowns are shown with 31 further variations /5(6). Firstly the upgrade to the S-Patrone cartridge frombecoming the Gew 88/S (S mark) and subsequently being converted for charger loading, the standard Gew 88/05 configuration, from This involved the addition of a cutout on the breech, and on the side of the receiver for the thumb to press the rounds into the magazine.
The following information on the Gewehr 88 Carbine comes from Chapter 12 of Mauser Rifles and Pistols by W. Smith. Mauser Rifles and Pistols is also available to purchase in print. Three forms of carbines were made in quantity in the Model One was the rifle itself cut down inches and with the bolt handle bent down somewhat.
These arms were manufactured in huge numbers in a Mauser plant, but in finances of the Mauser Company had been taken over by the giant German firm of Ludwig Loewe and Company of Berlin and such rifles are usually stamped “Loewe, Berlin, ” or simply “Gew.
” Gewehr 88 German Infantry Rifle. With the development of the smokeless Gewehr 88 “Commission Rifle”, the German Army finally made a serious effort to bring their cavalry units up to a modern standard. There had never been a carbine variant of the Mauser 71/84 produced, and even by the late s many German cavalrymen were still carrying single shot Mauser 71 carbines.
Your comprehensive guide to disassembly and reassembly steps for cartridge military rifles. Everything from the Trapdoor Springfield to the AK47 is included. 49 complete breakdowns PLUS 31 partial disassemblies of variations.
This is by far the best book on this topic out there. You won't find any sporterized rifles or pieces of junk here. Its stint as the official infantry rifle of the German Army was short-lived – only 10 years – but it went on to a successful career in every corner of the globe as both military rifle and, in its converted form, a hunting rifle.
So good was the Commission action that Steyr, in Austria, which manufactured the ’88 under contract for Berlin Author: Terry Wieland. Description: Up for sale today is a pre WWI German Gew commission rifle ser in cal.8mm.
This old Mauser was converted to 8mm for WWI. It is not all matching, but is complete and has a unit marking on the upper barrel band (R.E). REVISED Bolt Disassembly German Gew Commission Rifle Book Review: German Gew. 88 "Commission" Rifle by Paul Scarlata Germany's First Smokeless Carbines: the Kar 88 and Gewehr.
The Gewehr 88 (commonly called the Model commission rifle) was a late 19th-century German bolt action rifle, adopted in The invention of smokeless powder in the late 19th century immediately rendered all of the large-bore black powder rifles then in use obsolete.
To keep pace with the French (who had adopted smokeless powder "small bore" ammunition for Place of origin: German Empire.This Commission Rifle was made in Germany by Amberg in Germany.
Made in so this is an antique, no FFL/transfer needed. Rifle is in excellent shape, bore is bright and clean.
Typical 88/05 conversion to closed box magazine, notched receiver for 8mm & has added stripper clip guide on receiver.Collector's Guide to the German Gew. 88 "Commission" Rifle, A.
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