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Swiss Made Schmidt Rubin Model SR 1889 Rifle. Due to the early date of manufacture this is considered an Antique Firearm....As such No FFL Required. We can ship this one directly to your door. Note - Most are a solid NRA Good Surplus condition, however, there is a wide range of various surplus conditions and characteristics amongst these rifles. As such we will be selling them at a set base price representing the standard Good Condition rifle, with an option to purchase other grades/characteristics by utilizing our custom tab below.These are in pretty good condition especially considering the age. In fact they are some of the nicest 1889's we have ever seen but certainly expect typical surplus wear. Expect standard dents dings, scratches, and storage marks as are common to Swiss rifles but overall this is one of the nicer batches we have seen. Custom options will reflect any variance in grade or characteristic. This is the long variation of the K1911 rifle with the 30.75" barrel. C & R Eligible
Does not fire modern ammunition - See extended description for ammo warning.
Solid NRA Good Surplus Condition with some classified differently based on other conditions and characteristics under the custom options tab below. The Base Price reflects a standard Good Condition gun with other conditions and characteristics being priced either higher or lower as reflected in the custom option while supplies last. Originally introduced into the Swiss Army in 1890, the Model 1889 with a 12 round, box magazine capacity was eagerly accepted into service by Swiss soldiers. The Model 1889 had twice the range and was far more accurate than the older black powder Vetterli. This rifle is equipped to be fitted with the Model 1889 bayonet.Total Schmidt Rubin Model 1889 rifles produced: approx. 212,00. The overall condition of these rifles is very nice and the bores have been remarkable. It always amazes me to see the workmanship in these early guns and the Swiss have by far the best examples.
This rifle originally fired a black powder based centerfire cartridge that is slightly shorter than the modern 7.5x55 ammunition. Bolt is not made to withstand the high pressure generated by modern cartridges but many handloaders are still making their own ammunition and claim amazing accuracy with this weapon.
Notice: Do NOT load 7.5x55/GP11 ammo into this rifle and fire! It is UNSAFE!Due to its age this rifle is considered an Antique Firearm and No FFL Is Required for Purchase.
SPECIFICATIONS: Overall Length: 51.25"; Barrel: 30.7"; Weight, Unloaded w/out Bayonet: 10.69 lbs; Action: Schmidt Rubin straight pull; Caliber: 7.5 x 53.5 mm Swiss; Sight Type: Quadrant sight graduated to 2000 meters; No FFL required for the purchase of antique firearms. The purchase of this item requires the purchaser to be at least 21 years of age or older.
NO FFL REQUIRED
($0.350 per round)
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