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I need the going value/rate (since I couldn't find any at Gunsamerica.com) for a M95 OR M93 Mauser in .308..7.62x51... with great metal and bore.
Stock has some dents but also has fiddle streaks.
All matching #'s too.
Were these 308 conversions Israeli Mausers?
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I really don't know if this is any help but I saw one at a gun show in Oklahoma but was a 7x57 nice looking gun but he said it was a 96 and he was asking 450.00 I have no Ides of the difference between the two.

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The 95s were 7 mms, the 96s were Swedish 6.5s. The 95s were converted to fire the 7.62 x 51mm military round, not the higher pressure 308 hunting round. None the less, your rifle should sell for between $250 and $350 depending on condition.
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Any marking on the receiver? I have an Israeli with the Star of David on it.

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The 95s were 7 mms, ..... The 95s were converted to fire the 7.62 x 51mm military round, not the higher pressure 308 hunting round. .....

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7x57 to 7.62x51 - How was this done?


Rebore, Rebarrel?

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It would have to be either rebore or rebarrel 7x57 is 284 diam. and the 762 is 308 diam but of course most would know this. seems to be a lot of mouser barrels floating around. another question what were the 98?

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Any marking on the receiver? I have an Israeli with the Star of David on it.
no markings on the receiver, musta been ground off when they rebarrelled it

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Mike, or other,


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Rebore, Rebarrel?
Rebarrel

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Spanish 1916 M93 ???????????

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If I recall correctly about 1/3 of the 7.62 x 51 Mausers had the Star of David, others didn't.
Mine has numbers on the stock to denote the caliber change, I think it was 7.62 carved in the stock, but i'm not getting up at this hour to look unless anyone here wants me to.
This one looks better than mine, the Israelis used them , took them in the field with them, so most i've seen were pretty rough.
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