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Swiss K11 Carbine Straight Pull Rifle 7.5x55

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5 round Straight Pull

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Good condition

Some slings

Country of Manufacture Switzerland
License Requirement Curio and Relic
Manufacturer Schmidt Rubin
Mfg. Part Number Swiss K11 Rifle
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Caliber/Gauge 7.5x55
Threaded Barrel No
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Swiss K11 Carbine Straight Pull Rifle 7.5x55

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Historic Swiss K11 carbine straight pull rifle, bolt action - 7.5x55 caliber


Good condition overall. One of the most accurate battle rifles ever produced. Read More

MSRP: $399.99  |  Your Price:  $299.99 $299.99
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Brutus' Description

The Swiss at some point realized that its support troops, cavalry, and certain other units required a shorter rifle then what was currently available and so designed the Model 1911 Carbine. The Swiss 1911 Carbine being smaller, lighter and still lethally accurate, became a favorite of the Swiss Army and its popularity contributed to the design of its successor, the K31. My picture is not great but these are really nice. They are also the last variation with the flatter mag plate which bench shooters tend to perfer, as well as the grooved Schmidt Rubin design bolt, and bakelite charging handle. 7.5x55 caliber, Straight Pull.

Overall good surplus condition with many bordering on very good and in reality this entire lot is really nice by Swiss rifle standards.   

Some of these may have very minor cracks in the wood stocks as are common to these rifles from this era. We have only seen these minor cracks in a few and in most of those cases they are for the most part relegated to the hand guards, but in any case, if they are there, they will be very minor and not detract from the function of the rifle. 
In fact, any cracks that we have found have been so minor as to almost be a non issue and we only mention it because there is the possibility of them being there and we simply don't have the time or manpower to go through each rifle with a fine tooth comb looking for every minor fracture. 

Even if we did, sometimes you will find a minor crack in a non stress area like a hand guard, but the rifle overall will be far better than others beside it  without a minor crack. Then it becomes a judgement call. As such, here is our position. We know there are a few with minor cracks in the batch, as such, no matter how slight,  there is a possibility of  getting one. If that is a deal breaker then don't buy one of these.

The importer has some of these importer stamped as Schmidt Ruben, and others importer stamped as Waffenfabrek.  Regardless of the stamping the rifles appear identical and we are selling them all under the same sku. Again, this is largely a non issue but we did want to make you aware that importer stampings may vary. 

Many ( about 40 % ) of these have their original muzzle cap/sight protector and while we do not guarantee the receipt of of this accessory with the rifle there is a
chance of receiving this with the firearm. 

Important Please Read - When it comes to Swiss rifles the grading standard can be a little skewd. The Swiss are renowned for their quality workmanship and attention to detail, and the Swiss soldiers typically took very good care to keep their rifles functional and serviceable. However, they used their rifles and carried them in training in very harsh weather conditions. As such it is very typical for the external surfaces of Swiss surplus rifles to be well used and you can expect these rifles to have a lot of dents and dings or minor cracks in the stock. You can also expect for there to be a certain amount of bluing wear that would possibly  be considered excessive on any other surplus rifle. .... 

As such, when detremining the condition of Swiss rifles the industry tends to grade them against not what you or I would consider good, or very good or excelent, but rather against the average condition of other Swiss rifle shipments that we have seen in the past.  

Now we have seen a lot of Swiss rifles and by Swiss rifle standards, these are pretty nice. Still, if you are expecting your rifle to sparkle like a new penny when you open the box then save yourself the disappointment and don't order one of these. 





Manufacturer's Description

Historic Swiss K11 carbine straight pull rifle, bolt action - 7.5x55 caliber

Good condition overal. One of the most accurate battle rifles ever produced. 

Additional Information

Product Specs

5 round Straight Pull

7.5x55 caliber

Good condition

Some slings

Country of Manufacture Switzerland
License Requirement Curio and Relic
Manufacturer Schmidt Rubin
Mfg. Part Number Swiss K11 Rifle
UPC No
Caliber/Gauge 7.5x55
Threaded Barrel No
Free Shipping No
Flat Rate Shipping No

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Swiss K11 Carbine Unboxing & Review
Review by Christopher on 6/9/15
Quality
Hello all,

This Swiss rifle more than met my expectations. The bore is shiny and clean, all the serials w. inspection marks are matching and it came with the original 1926 sling. The soldiers name to whom this was issued in 1926 is under the butt plate, in addition this rifle was taken home by that soldier when he left the Swiss military. This could explain the great condition.

After unboxing I used mineral spirits and fine steel wool to treat the wood, then protected it with beezewax. I brought the leather back to life as well, it feels great in the hand. I cleaned all the old grease out and polished the bolt.

Can't wait to shoot it. Another great purchase from Classic Firearms.

-Chris
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Review by Collis on 5/5/16
Quality
Great service. One week from ordering to ffl. Recieved a 1916 k11. Better condition than I expected. Bluing is pretty worn as described in add but gun is 100 years old. However stock is gourgeous, one of the lighter colored wood. Some marks, but not even close to what you would call a scratch. Bore shines like a mirror. Extremely pleased!
My "Little" Swiss Miss
Review by Igneoused on 5/3/16
Quality
I received my K11 Carbine today and I couldn't be happier. I have been biding my time waiting for these to be back in stock. I am also the proud owner of a K11 Long Rifle and I love that too. Anyways, My carbine has bluing wear, slight dings and dents, a troop tag and a P marking private ownership by the soldier that carried it. Many surplus firearm owners have often wondered "who carried my rifle" well, to those of us who own Swiss rifles, we know. We know who carried the rifle in the snow and the sleet and the rain, that adds a major cool factor! My bore is pristine and I HIGHLY recommend purchasing one of these fine rifles. I no longer have the ability to shoot due to local range closure, however I'm sure it will be more accurate than I am when the time comes, Thanks Classic!
Very nice gun. Love it
Review by Jason on 2/17/16
Quality
K1911 Again a very nice rifle or so I can afford to buy more glad I got to purchase one excellent condition no complaints, leather shoulder strap, Swiss marking stamps all over number matching as of I know all the parts same number
Another Beauty!
Review by Buck on 2/9/16
Quality
My 2nd rifle from classic. another beauty like my first one. impressed. I asked for another nice rifle and they delivered! nothing else to say but buy one while you still can. at $300 bucks, c'mon it's a steal!
excellent
Review by billy on 1/22/16
Quality
Received my rifle this morning. Condition is great. No cracks the the stock no chew marks from the cleats of boots. Bore is excellent! Thank u classic.
good stuff
Review by Travis on 1/6/16
Quality
sooo, this was a great buy from classic. I opt. for the hand select and the rifle was as advertised. metal and wood were free of any defects. I am happy with the order and I just placed an order for another rifle hope that one is as nice as this swiss k11. ill post my reply when I get that rifle. everyone should add a swiss k11 to their collection from classic.
Pretty Much Beautiful
Review by Patrick on 11/15/15
Quality
This is my first Swiss rifle, and the gun I received was pretty much as described. I did opt for hand select. I know the description details the possibility of cracks in the stock but I was somewhat disappointed to see a fairly significant crack running from the top buttplate screw up the center of the top rear of the stock. Both buttplate screws are stripped out. I am going to take these issues on as a project and see what I can do with them. Now for the good. Bore is basically new. Rest of the stock is great with nice finish and just enough dents and dings to look cool. The sling is awesome. Trigger on this rifle is so crisp and light. Overall, for a gun made in 1929, it is great. Shipping was super fast. A great addition to my collection.
I Love A Project - - Now My 1917 K11 Looks Brand New
Review by Deadly in OKC on 10/19/15
Quality
Before shipment, William in Customer Service sent an e-mail with a total of five (5) pictures of their last hand-select K11. He noted with several pictures that the bluing was completely off of the receiver and the bottom of the magazine. Other pictures revealed a very good to excellent condition of the walnut stock with bluing on the barrel forward and aft, the front sight, and the rear sight close to 100 percent. He asked if I still wanted it. So, I said, "I love a project, so send it and I will restore the bluing on the receiver with Eastwood's Metal Blackening Solution." Picked up K11 513XX from my FFL, checked the barrel and it was like new and shiny-bright. At home, Eastwood's Metal Blackening Solution was applied generously to the bare metal receiver and the bottom of the magazine. With about the second or third application, the receiver started to darken and began to take on that bluish-green tint that the Swiss rifles have that you see in the pictures on the Classic Firearms web site. I then touched up all the bluing on the trigger assembly, the barrel, and both rear and forward sights. When it was all dried, I buffed all the metal with 0000 steel wool and then used a terry cloth wash cloth to buff the metal and then apply some needed lemon Pledge to the wood of the stock. Now for some "history", what appeared to be "tiger stripes" on the left hand guard was probably the "right hand-finger prints" of the Swiss National Guardsman who was obviously a left-handed shooter. The area where the palm of the hand rested was also darker with out any corresponding marks or oily looking areas on the right side of the hand guard. Since K11 513XX was manufactured in 1917, it was well used - - this must have prompted the Swiss to re-barrel the rifle at sometime during its history. The reason I say this is that all numbers match on this K11 except for the front sight. On my other K11 the front sight has the last 3-digits of the serial number. On K11 513XX, the front sight number is 918 and not 3XX ; therefore, based on the different forward sight number, I believe a new barrel was installed when it was re-arsenaled. This would account for the very shiny barrel and the "like-new" look of the barrel assembly (aft at the receiver and forward at the very new looking sight assembly). Now, I have a "like new" 1917 manufactured Swiss K11 that looks even better than my other 1929 K11. Thanks to William Customer Service Representative (Extraordinaire), and Thanks again, Classic !
Not so good
Review by Frank on 9/22/15
Quality
My k31 was not so good.....It was GREAT !!!! A awesome buy. Could not have recieved a better rifle ...Even if I picked it myself. A gianormous thank you to the person that picked mine out Thanks Classic ! I can not be Happier !!!!!!
SCORE!!!
Review by Joey on 7/31/15
Quality
After purchasing a nice walnut 1941 dated K31 a few months back at a local shop and after firing this fine Swiss rifle....I got the fever to add to my collection. I have purchased a few Mosins from Classic and have not been disappointed so I decided to give the K11 carbine a shot. I placed an order paying the extra for the hand select option. I tracked the delivery progress and just picked the rifle up from my FFL....total painless process. Now the rifle:

Opened the box and peeled off the bubble wrap and all I can say is BOOM! This rifle is a beauty. Who ever at Classic pulled this rifle I can't thank enough! It has a sweet nicely grained walnut stock with absolutely no "beaver chew" or water/ice damage. It also has very few bumps and dings. I disassembled the rifle to inspect and found that the barrel, receiver, trigger and assembly, front sight, bolt, hand guard and stock are all matching. The serial number dates the rifle to 1924. The bore is shiny and crisp and the rifle shipped with a sling and a muzzle cap. The sling is not original to the rifle but who cares? I removed the butt plate and there stuck to the wood was a troop tag! A little on-line research showed that the prior Swiss citizen soldier was not in a front line unit and this could explain the excellent condition of this rifle.

In closing I couldn't be more happier with this rifle. Thank you to the Classic team. I look forward to doing more business with you....Semper Fi!!!
SWEET RIFLE
Review by Brian J on 7/7/15
Quality
I was very happy with this purchase...I really love the old rifles and this one was well worth it.... I paid the extra $20 for a select one with a sling!!! I can't wait to go shoot this one!!!
Outstanding!
Review by Scott on 6/14/15
Quality
What a great rifle... As soon as the k31 is available again I will buy one... The Swiss are amazing!
Happy Happy Happy
Review by Oscar on 5/12/15
Quality
Got my K11 today and looks good to me. It is a 1920 K11 per the SN#. Stock is a bit banged up but this is a mil surp and I can't say I'd want it any other way. No cracks, splits, or gouges. The plastic knob for the bolt is solid with no cracks. It does have a sling. The bore is clean, shiny and bright. Yup. I'm happy.
Wow, super nice rifle
Review by stephen on 3/26/15
Quality
Received my Swiss K11 Carbine from Classic Firearms today. Serial number dates rifle was manufactured in 1926. Looks fantastic, even better condition than any of my 3 K31's. Could not be more pleased, great job again by Classic!!
great addition to collection
Review by justin on 3/21/15
Quality
Received my k11 and I am pleased with the condition. Minor problem with my tracking number and a quick call and conversation with a very polite and professional woman fixed my problem. Great service and a great rifle
Very pleased with the purchase.
Review by Victor on 3/21/15
Quality
I've just received my rifle. I had never owned a Schmidt-Rubin but after firing a k31 at the range I was impressed with its accuracy and wanted a carbine with a straight pull action. I also wanted to have some historical value behind it and that was the reason I purchased a K11;I opted for hand select option.. On mine bluing is about 70% still intact, nu rusted parts, bore is shinny, action is smooth, with its hard wood stock in good condition, no cracks but numerous small dents acquired during the years of normal use.
It was built in 1924 with all the serial numbers matching, it came with a leather sling and also I discovered the name and address of its owner under butt plate.
Overall this is a rifle which has been taken care of, lightly oiled just ready to go to range ;for a rifle which is almost a hundred years old, I cannot be happier.

Thank you Classic!
great k11 rifle
Review by griffin on 3/13/15
Quality
Purchased the k11 on the 27 of feb. and it was at my FFL shop in a week.Awesome tiger striped wood and also got a troop tag under the butt.I will be purchasing from classic firearms from now on.
K11 fun
Review by C on 3/11/15
Quality
Another great buy from Classic. Haven'the had it out yet, but looking forward to it!
Shopping a little slowerror than usual, 7 days or so, guess business is good.
Well pleased with condition of rifle.
Review by Tjsuchy7 on 3/9/15
Quality
Received my K11 a couple of days ago. Paid extra for the hand pick. According to the serial number, it was made in 1932. Just like the write-up said, it was in very good condition. The bore is bright and shiny, plenty of blueing left, and the stock, although it has its share of marks, looks very good. The gun really didn't even need cleaned, but I couldn't resist taking it apart and giving it a once over. I'll tell you, the condition of the wood underneath the stock and forend pieces after removing the barreled receiver was like new. I'm now tempted to buy a K31.

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  • Brutus' Description

    The Swiss at some point realized that its support troops, cavalry, and certain other units required a shorter rifle then what was currently available and so designed the Model 1911 Carbine. The Swiss 1911 Carbine being smaller, lighter and still lethally accurate, became a favorite of the Swiss Army and its popularity contributed to the design of its successor, the K31. My picture is not great but these are really nice. They are also the last variation with the flatter mag plate which bench shooters tend to perfer, as well as the grooved Schmidt Rubin design bolt, and bakelite charging handle. 7.5x55 caliber, Straight Pull.

    Overall good surplus condition with many bordering on very good and in reality this entire lot is really nice by Swiss rifle standards.   

    Some of these may have very minor cracks in the wood stocks as are common to these rifles from this era. We have only seen these minor cracks in a few and in most of those cases they are for the most part relegated to the hand guards, but in any case, if they are there, they will be very minor and not detract from the function of the rifle. 
    In fact, any cracks that we have found have been so minor as to almost be a non issue and we only mention it because there is the possibility of them being there and we simply don't have the time or manpower to go through each rifle with a fine tooth comb looking for every minor fracture. 

    Even if we did, sometimes you will find a minor crack in a non stress area like a hand guard, but the rifle overall will be far better than others beside it  without a minor crack. Then it becomes a judgement call. As such, here is our position. We know there are a few with minor cracks in the batch, as such, no matter how slight,  there is a possibility of  getting one. If that is a deal breaker then don't buy one of these.

    The importer has some of these importer stamped as Schmidt Ruben, and others importer stamped as Waffenfabrek.  Regardless of the stamping the rifles appear identical and we are selling them all under the same sku. Again, this is largely a non issue but we did want to make you aware that importer stampings may vary. 

    Many ( about 40 % ) of these have their original muzzle cap/sight protector and while we do not guarantee the receipt of of this accessory with the rifle there is a
    chance of receiving this with the firearm. 

    Important Please Read - When it comes to Swiss rifles the grading standard can be a little skewd. The Swiss are renowned for their quality workmanship and attention to detail, and the Swiss soldiers typically took very good care to keep their rifles functional and serviceable. However, they used their rifles and carried them in training in very harsh weather conditions. As such it is very typical for the external surfaces of Swiss surplus rifles to be well used and you can expect these rifles to have a lot of dents and dings or minor cracks in the stock. You can also expect for there to be a certain amount of bluing wear that would possibly  be considered excessive on any other surplus rifle. .... 

    As such, when detremining the condition of Swiss rifles the industry tends to grade them against not what you or I would consider good, or very good or excelent, but rather against the average condition of other Swiss rifle shipments that we have seen in the past.  

    Now we have seen a lot of Swiss rifles and by Swiss rifle standards, these are pretty nice. Still, if you are expecting your rifle to sparkle like a new penny when you open the box then save yourself the disappointment and don't order one of these. 





    Manufacturer's Description

    Historic Swiss K11 carbine straight pull rifle, bolt action - 7.5x55 caliber

    Good condition overal. One of the most accurate battle rifles ever produced. 

  • Specifications
  • Additional Information

    Product Specs

    5 round Straight Pull

    7.5x55 caliber

    Good condition

    Some slings

    Country of Manufacture Switzerland
    License Requirement Curio and Relic
    Manufacturer Schmidt Rubin
    Mfg. Part Number Swiss K11 Rifle
    UPC No
    Caliber/Gauge 7.5x55
    Threaded Barrel No
    Free Shipping No
    Flat Rate Shipping No
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    Swiss K11 Carbine Unboxing & Review
    Review by Christopher on 6/9/15
    Quality
    Hello all,

    This Swiss rifle more than met my expectations. The bore is shiny and clean, all the serials w. inspection marks are matching and it came with the original 1926 sling. The soldiers name to whom this was issued in 1926 is under the butt plate, in addition this rifle was taken home by that soldier when he left the Swiss military. This could explain the great condition.

    After unboxing I used mineral spirits and fine steel wool to treat the wood, then protected it with beezewax. I brought the leather back to life as well, it feels great in the hand. I cleaned all the old grease out and polished the bolt.

    Can't wait to shoot it. Another great purchase from Classic Firearms.

    -Chris
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    Very pleased
    Review by Collis on 5/5/16
    Quality
    Great service. One week from ordering to ffl. Recieved a 1916 k11. Better condition than I expected. Bluing is pretty worn as described in add but gun is 100 years old. However stock is gourgeous, one of the lighter colored wood. Some marks, but not even close to what you would call a scratch. Bore shines like a mirror. Extremely pleased!
    My "Little" Swiss Miss
    Review by Igneoused on 5/3/16
    Quality
    I received my K11 Carbine today and I couldn't be happier. I have been biding my time waiting for these to be back in stock. I am also the proud owner of a K11 Long Rifle and I love that too. Anyways, My carbine has bluing wear, slight dings and dents, a troop tag and a P marking private ownership by the soldier that carried it. Many surplus firearm owners have often wondered "who carried my rifle" well, to those of us who own Swiss rifles, we know. We know who carried the rifle in the snow and the sleet and the rain, that adds a major cool factor! My bore is pristine and I HIGHLY recommend purchasing one of these fine rifles. I no longer have the ability to shoot due to local range closure, however I'm sure it will be more accurate than I am when the time comes, Thanks Classic!
    Very nice gun. Love it
    Review by Jason on 2/17/16
    Quality
    K1911 Again a very nice rifle or so I can afford to buy more glad I got to purchase one excellent condition no complaints, leather shoulder strap, Swiss marking stamps all over number matching as of I know all the parts same number
    Another Beauty!
    Review by Buck on 2/9/16
    Quality
    My 2nd rifle from classic. another beauty like my first one. impressed. I asked for another nice rifle and they delivered! nothing else to say but buy one while you still can. at $300 bucks, c'mon it's a steal!
    excellent
    Review by billy on 1/22/16
    Quality
    Received my rifle this morning. Condition is great. No cracks the the stock no chew marks from the cleats of boots. Bore is excellent! Thank u classic.
    good stuff
    Review by Travis on 1/6/16
    Quality
    sooo, this was a great buy from classic. I opt. for the hand select and the rifle was as advertised. metal and wood were free of any defects. I am happy with the order and I just placed an order for another rifle hope that one is as nice as this swiss k11. ill post my reply when I get that rifle. everyone should add a swiss k11 to their collection from classic.
    Pretty Much Beautiful
    Review by Patrick on 11/15/15
    Quality
    This is my first Swiss rifle, and the gun I received was pretty much as described. I did opt for hand select. I know the description details the possibility of cracks in the stock but I was somewhat disappointed to see a fairly significant crack running from the top buttplate screw up the center of the top rear of the stock. Both buttplate screws are stripped out. I am going to take these issues on as a project and see what I can do with them. Now for the good. Bore is basically new. Rest of the stock is great with nice finish and just enough dents and dings to look cool. The sling is awesome. Trigger on this rifle is so crisp and light. Overall, for a gun made in 1929, it is great. Shipping was super fast. A great addition to my collection.
    I Love A Project - - Now My 1917 K11 Looks Brand New
    Review by Deadly in OKC on 10/19/15
    Quality
    Before shipment, William in Customer Service sent an e-mail with a total of five (5) pictures of their last hand-select K11. He noted with several pictures that the bluing was completely off of the receiver and the bottom of the magazine. Other pictures revealed a very good to excellent condition of the walnut stock with bluing on the barrel forward and aft, the front sight, and the rear sight close to 100 percent. He asked if I still wanted it. So, I said, "I love a project, so send it and I will restore the bluing on the receiver with Eastwood's Metal Blackening Solution." Picked up K11 513XX from my FFL, checked the barrel and it was like new and shiny-bright. At home, Eastwood's Metal Blackening Solution was applied generously to the bare metal receiver and the bottom of the magazine. With about the second or third application, the receiver started to darken and began to take on that bluish-green tint that the Swiss rifles have that you see in the pictures on the Classic Firearms web site. I then touched up all the bluing on the trigger assembly, the barrel, and both rear and forward sights. When it was all dried, I buffed all the metal with 0000 steel wool and then used a terry cloth wash cloth to buff the metal and then apply some needed lemon Pledge to the wood of the stock. Now for some "history", what appeared to be "tiger stripes" on the left hand guard was probably the "right hand-finger prints" of the Swiss National Guardsman who was obviously a left-handed shooter. The area where the palm of the hand rested was also darker with out any corresponding marks or oily looking areas on the right side of the hand guard. Since K11 513XX was manufactured in 1917, it was well used - - this must have prompted the Swiss to re-barrel the rifle at sometime during its history. The reason I say this is that all numbers match on this K11 except for the front sight. On my other K11 the front sight has the last 3-digits of the serial number. On K11 513XX, the front sight number is 918 and not 3XX ; therefore, based on the different forward sight number, I believe a new barrel was installed when it was re-arsenaled. This would account for the very shiny barrel and the "like-new" look of the barrel assembly (aft at the receiver and forward at the very new looking sight assembly). Now, I have a "like new" 1917 manufactured Swiss K11 that looks even better than my other 1929 K11. Thanks to William Customer Service Representative (Extraordinaire), and Thanks again, Classic !
    Not so good
    Review by Frank on 9/22/15
    Quality
    My k31 was not so good.....It was GREAT !!!! A awesome buy. Could not have recieved a better rifle ...Even if I picked it myself. A gianormous thank you to the person that picked mine out Thanks Classic ! I can not be Happier !!!!!!
    SCORE!!!
    Review by Joey on 7/31/15
    Quality
    After purchasing a nice walnut 1941 dated K31 a few months back at a local shop and after firing this fine Swiss rifle....I got the fever to add to my collection. I have purchased a few Mosins from Classic and have not been disappointed so I decided to give the K11 carbine a shot. I placed an order paying the extra for the hand select option. I tracked the delivery progress and just picked the rifle up from my FFL....total painless process. Now the rifle:

    Opened the box and peeled off the bubble wrap and all I can say is BOOM! This rifle is a beauty. Who ever at Classic pulled this rifle I can't thank enough! It has a sweet nicely grained walnut stock with absolutely no "beaver chew" or water/ice damage. It also has very few bumps and dings. I disassembled the rifle to inspect and found that the barrel, receiver, trigger and assembly, front sight, bolt, hand guard and stock are all matching. The serial number dates the rifle to 1924. The bore is shiny and crisp and the rifle shipped with a sling and a muzzle cap. The sling is not original to the rifle but who cares? I removed the butt plate and there stuck to the wood was a troop tag! A little on-line research showed that the prior Swiss citizen soldier was not in a front line unit and this could explain the excellent condition of this rifle.

    In closing I couldn't be more happier with this rifle. Thank you to the Classic team. I look forward to doing more business with you....Semper Fi!!!
    SWEET RIFLE
    Review by Brian J on 7/7/15
    Quality
    I was very happy with this purchase...I really love the old rifles and this one was well worth it.... I paid the extra $20 for a select one with a sling!!! I can't wait to go shoot this one!!!
    Outstanding!
    Review by Scott on 6/14/15
    Quality
    What a great rifle... As soon as the k31 is available again I will buy one... The Swiss are amazing!
    Happy Happy Happy
    Review by Oscar on 5/12/15
    Quality
    Got my K11 today and looks good to me. It is a 1920 K11 per the SN#. Stock is a bit banged up but this is a mil surp and I can't say I'd want it any other way. No cracks, splits, or gouges. The plastic knob for the bolt is solid with no cracks. It does have a sling. The bore is clean, shiny and bright. Yup. I'm happy.
    Wow, super nice rifle
    Review by stephen on 3/26/15
    Quality
    Received my Swiss K11 Carbine from Classic Firearms today. Serial number dates rifle was manufactured in 1926. Looks fantastic, even better condition than any of my 3 K31's. Could not be more pleased, great job again by Classic!!
    great addition to collection
    Review by justin on 3/21/15
    Quality
    Received my k11 and I am pleased with the condition. Minor problem with my tracking number and a quick call and conversation with a very polite and professional woman fixed my problem. Great service and a great rifle
    Very pleased with the purchase.
    Review by Victor on 3/21/15
    Quality
    I've just received my rifle. I had never owned a Schmidt-Rubin but after firing a k31 at the range I was impressed with its accuracy and wanted a carbine with a straight pull action. I also wanted to have some historical value behind it and that was the reason I purchased a K11;I opted for hand select option.. On mine bluing is about 70% still intact, nu rusted parts, bore is shinny, action is smooth, with its hard wood stock in good condition, no cracks but numerous small dents acquired during the years of normal use.
    It was built in 1924 with all the serial numbers matching, it came with a leather sling and also I discovered the name and address of its owner under butt plate.
    Overall this is a rifle which has been taken care of, lightly oiled just ready to go to range ;for a rifle which is almost a hundred years old, I cannot be happier.

    Thank you Classic!
    great k11 rifle
    Review by griffin on 3/13/15
    Quality
    Purchased the k11 on the 27 of feb. and it was at my FFL shop in a week.Awesome tiger striped wood and also got a troop tag under the butt.I will be purchasing from classic firearms from now on.
    K11 fun
    Review by C on 3/11/15
    Quality
    Another great buy from Classic. Haven'the had it out yet, but looking forward to it!
    Shopping a little slowerror than usual, 7 days or so, guess business is good.
    Well pleased with condition of rifle.
    Review by Tjsuchy7 on 3/9/15
    Quality
    Received my K11 a couple of days ago. Paid extra for the hand pick. According to the serial number, it was made in 1932. Just like the write-up said, it was in very good condition. The bore is bright and shiny, plenty of blueing left, and the stock, although it has its share of marks, looks very good. The gun really didn't even need cleaned, but I couldn't resist taking it apart and giving it a once over. I'll tell you, the condition of the wood underneath the stock and forend pieces after removing the barreled receiver was like new. I'm now tempted to buy a K31.

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