HOLLAND & HOLLAND 308 NORMA MAG.- SINGLE SQUARE BRIDGE COMMERCIAL MAUSER- MADE ABOUT 1969- EXC. WOOD- MODERN TRIGGER- NEVER SCOPED- NICE
Guns International #: 101344300 Seller's Inventory #: y465
Category: Mauser Rifles - Sporter Pre-War -
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Company: Champlin Firearms Inc.
Member Since: 11/19/07
First Name: George
Last Name: Caswell
Country: United States
Phone: (580) 237-7388
Seller: FFL Dealer
Return Policy: 3 day inspection and return policy on used guns.
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#3613, Holland & Holland, 13 Bruton Street, London: A Holland 308 Norma Magnum on a Single Square Bridge Commercial Mauser Action, The rifle was built by H&H about 1969, The Commercial Mauser #89361 was built 1924, 24 3/4" barrel with a band island sight base with 1 folding rear sight, Band front sight ramp, Spring locking fold-up sight protector, Barrel band sling eye, A muzzle brake that is very similar to a Pendleton brake seen on many Weatherby rifles, Sling eyes; All H&H serial numbers match on the receiver, barrel, magazine box and the stock, Fully adjustable Timney/Canjar type trigger, Hinged floorplate with a center bow release; It has a matted receiver ring and the top of the square bridge is matted, London proved at 19.5 tons, Very nice wood with excellent color and contrast, It has a classic H&H stock with a shadowline cheekpiece, Monte carlo comb, Trap grip cap with a spare front sight, Wrap around point pattern checkering, Steel crossbolt at the recoil lug, Horn forend tip, 13 1/2" lop over a 3/4" Silvers pad and will go 13 15/16" with a 1" pad installed, 8 lbs. 4 oz., The inletting inside is absolutely excellent, The original blue overall remains at 96%, The stock finish is original & at 97% with light handling marks, The checkering remains at 100%, The bore is as new. The buyer can have a new set of RCBS loading dies and about 50 cartridge cases. This H&H has a total appearance that it never went hunting and I am not sure it has ever been fired.