WINCHESTER MODEL 1895, 7,62X54R nr 319579
- Eseme ID: 120004426
|Pikenev lõpp:||5 minutit|
|Algusaeg:||L 02.03.2019 21:11:13|
|Lõpuaeg:||L 30.03.2019 21:11:13|
|Asukoht:||Tallinn, Harjumaa, Eesti|
|Maksmine:||pangaülekandega, sularahas, deposiidikandega, Osta.ee e-konto ülekandega|
|Müüja:||Jopinto100% / 42 / Vaata müüja teisi esemeid|
Müüa laskekorras relv. Neid relvi toodeti USA-s Vene armeele esimeses ilma sõjas 300 tuh tk. Relval originaal raud, korralikult hooldatud. Puudu on toru ümber olevad kinnitused. Kuna relv on arvel, siis ümber vormistamine käib ametlikult ja PPA-s. Peale oksjoni lõppu peab ostja raha tasuma 5 tööpäeva jooksul. Müüja on nõus ootama, kuni uus omanik soetusloa saab.
Relvaga võimalik tutvuda Tallinnas.
Lasketiirus proovi laskmine maksab 20 EUR
Between 1915 and 1917 approximately 300,000 M1895's were manufactured for the army of the Russian Empire, accounting for about 70% of total production of the rifles prior to 1936 when the M1895 was discontinued. Chambered in 7.62×54mmR, these versions were unusual for a lever-action rifle in that they also had a charger guide, allowing the M1895 rifle to be reloaded by the same charger clips used in the Mosin–Nagant bolt-action rifle. Rifles made for the Russian contract had a longer than standard barrel fitted with an extended forestock and bayonet lug. Initial delivery of the rifles was delayed because adaptation to Russian standards, particularly the charger guide, proved more difficult than expected. Additional delays resulted from incompetent and obstructive Russian inspectors, who refused to use Winchester-made test gauges despite no Russian gauges existing, insisted that test ammunition be shipped from Russia (instead of using readily available Winchester ammunition made on Russian contract), and often rejected rifles for irrelevant flaws such as wood grain in the stock being insufficiently straight. Winchester later sold these rejected rifles on the US commercial market. Russia issued many of their Winchester Model 1895 rifles to troops from Finland and the Baltic states, especially the Latvian Riflemen.At least 9,000 Model 1895 rifles are known to have been provided by the Soviet Union in 1936 to the Spanish Republicans for use in the Spanish Civil War.
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