Remember Me? Results 1 to 16 of Thread: Magazine for Schmidt Rubin Model Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Magazine for Schmidt Rubin Model I have located what seems to be a good deal on a nice Swiss Model rifle, if it had a magazine. My uninformed browsing has not turned one up. Does anyone know of a source for these?
Gun Review: Swiss Schmidt-Rubin Model 1896/11 rifle in 7.5x55mm
Thanks, Bill. Sometimes I sits and thinks, Sometimes I just sits. The solid soft lead bullet is undoubtably the best and most satisfactory expanding bullet that has ever been designed. It invariably mushrooms perfectly, and never breaks up.
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John Taylor - "African Rifles and Cartridges" Forget everything you know about loading jacketed bullets. This is a whole new ball game! Try the Swiss rifle forum. A couple of guys there can probably supply you one.
I'm in the same boat, need a mag. Look for Guisan there. One per gun, NOT easily replaced, or cheaply. If it was easy, anybody could do it. Originally Posted by MtGun It was advertised as abut it turned out to have the pistol grip addition. I really wanted a trueso I passed. Thanks for the link to the Swiss rifle forum. I will find one eventually. Look on ebay, they occasionally turn up there. Set a search for: " swiss, switzerland, schmidt, rubink11, k mag, magazine " and save the search to email when it finds a match.
I ended up using a piece of 2 x 2 and a belt sander to make a single shot. I used the dermel sanding drum to make a groove so the bullet sit's right where it's suppose to before I close the bolt.Remember Me? What's New? Forum Gunboards. Results 1 to 6 of 6. Join Date Dec Posts I have looked at several sites and dont understand what the difference is???
Considering getting one of these and reloading for it. Is there a better one between them for trying long range shooting with iron sights? Join Date Dec Posts 11, An improved version of thewas adopted inand was designated the Model In a short, single shot, version of the was produced for cadets, hence the name Cadet Rifle. Two other short barrel version were produced, the Short Rifle, and the Calvary Carbine.
Inthe Model rifle was adopted.Ssp manu maharaj whatsapp number
The Model has a strengthened action to allow it to shoot the more powerful GP11 round. In addition, nearly all of the series rifles were converted to use the 's action. The only way to determine if your Carbine was initially a or is to check the serial number.
At the same time the Rifle was introduced, shorter barreled carbines were also newly manufactured. While rifle production cease incarbine production continued until At which point it was replaced by the much improved K There are a few other slight differences, I believe. Anything worth doing is worth doing to excess. Nobody ever regrets buying a Swedish Mauser. Join Date Mar Posts 2, Originally Posted by landtoy Sponsored Links Remove Advertisements.
Generally this works fine. There have been few IG 11 that have been produced with the old stocks round buttplute, pistol grip added. These rifles are IG 11 not converted in the range to The Swiss had old stocks in stock and did not want to throw them away. Join Date Aug Posts Tell me the numbers and we will see.
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The same magazine is used between the 9mm and 7. DWM Swiss - sn xx. No Additional Accessories. Discreet import mark engraving This model has the swiss features Sealed rds case of 7.Company restructuring example
Ammunition case packaging breakdown:- 10 rounds per box- 6 boxes per brick- 8 bricks per case gr brass case with Berdan primers and KK31 Double Ammo Pouch. This leather pouch accommodates two K11 or K31 magazine chargers stripper clips per compartment.
Total capacity of 4 chargers. This is for the pouch only; no chargers are included. Picture for Add to Cart. Sealed 60 rds brick of 7.Marathi books in usa
Photos are forPhoto: Hanson Hovell Holladay. With the exception of the M1 Garand carried by United States troops in the Second World War, during both World Wars the standard issue rifles for the feuding nations were bolt actions. Designed to fire the intimidating 7. Measuring over four feet, the Swiss rifle surpasses the length of other standard issue rifles from the era, even the Mosin-Nagant. It was very common for the serviceman issued the rifle to remove the plate and place inside a slip of paper, which had written upon it his name and a series of identifying numbers.
It is indeed a nice, historical touch to a beautiful firearm, and, in truth, best kept safe right where it is if you ever come across an example. These elements were only surpassed in value by the series of Lee Enfield rifles used by the English and Australian forceswhich were equipped with a ten round box magazine with the release directly in front of the trigger.
Though perhaps lost to the ages, further identifying numbers may help determine the provenance of particular examples of this rifle. It allows the shooter to better maintain their aim downrange between firings as it removes the step of lifting the bolt before pulling.
The Straight Pull bolt action may seem like a novelty, but does allow the shooter to maintain their target better while cycling rounds. It is quite thick, unlike the almost hair-thin front sight of the Lee Enfield, and, to an extent, the Mosin-Nagant of the Soviet Union. For many shooters this enlarged sight allows them to acquire targets much faster without having to continuously shift their focus. Like most firearms of this era, finding and purchasing newly produced ammunition can get expensive, such as in the case of the.
At the moment, the only new 7. Finding 7. As many know well, this ammunition is both dirty and corrosive, so it is always important to at least clean the bore of the rifle after every shooting, even if only firing the six rounds of a single box magazine. This is indeed an excellent price for a stunning firearm that is worthy of any collector and, above all else, an absolute pleasure at the range.
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This is an authentic Swiss made magazine, each one with a unique serial number. Photos are for representation purposes only. Condition of shipped item will be in similar condition. The cookie settings on this website are set to 'allow all cookies' to give you the very best experience. Please click Accept Cookies to continue to use the site. Click to zoom in. Current Stock:. Related Products Customers Also Viewed. Factory original 6-round rifle magazine for the Swiss K31, not a reproduction.
The same magazine is used between the 9mm and 7. DWM Swiss - sn xx. No Additional Accessories. Discreet import mark engraving This model has the swiss features Sealed rds case of 7.
Ammunition case packaging breakdown:- 10 rounds per box- 6 boxes per brick- 8 bricks per case gr brass case with Berdan primers and Sealed 60 rds brick of 7. Photos are for GP11 Training Clip. Picture for representation purposes only. Condition of shipped item will be similar in condition. These chargers are made out of a cardboard with tinned steel strips to reinforce the base of theEvery one of these rifles originated as 7.Do u revit?: balustration
Many of the rifles were converted from the GP11 round to the more inexpensive. The hallmark of 19th century military organizations was the reuse and reinvention of all items until every bit of use could be exhausted and the Swiss were of no exception.
These rifles were modified to fire the new GP cartridge and a pistol grip was cut into the old stock. If the old stock was deemed non-reusable, then a new stock with a pistol grip replaced it entirely. A new trigger guard plate was manufactured with a swell to the right side near the front to fill the hole in the stock left by the removal of the magazine catch.
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SWISS SCHMIDT RUBIN 1896/1911 96/11 RIFLE, cal. .22 LR !!! VERY RARE !!!
Select options. Add to cart.I have a K31, and it's built, well, like a Swiss watch. The wood is in great shape as well, perhaps because this rifle belonged to a reservist rather than an active duty soldier.
I can't read the name on the ID tag, just that it belonged to someone in a reserve company. One reason I purchased it is because it is kinda unique, being a straight pull bolt, and I will never be able to afford a Lee or Ross rifle. Great writing by Tam and great photos by Oleg. Perhaps Oleg could give a few tips on photography for those of us less gifted?
Birds of a feather And look what showed up on the opening page of Wikipedia today! They all belonged to reservists- except for a small training and panning staff, there are no full time Swiss soldiers. I see this thread is a little old but I was hoping I could milk you for some info! The numbers say with a tiny swiss cross next to it. Ever come across a Schmidt like this? There has been one quite similar to what you describe at the last several gun shows here in Indy, albeit still in the original 7.
My rifle has, faint on the comb, a number and the Swiss cross. Post a Comment. The Arms Room.Swiss Schmidt-Rubin Straight Pull Buyer's Guide (K31, K11, 1911, 96/11, 1889)
About Me Tam View my complete profile. Further Reading: Amazon. Monday, August 06, Schmidt-Rubin Gew. By the mids, Switzerland's continental neighbors were fielding bolt-action designs like the Mauser Gew. Rifle performance at the time was limited largely by the bullet itself. Above certain velocity and pressure thresholds, the paper-patched lead bullets of the time just left smears of soft lead that quickly filled the rifling. By the early s, Swiss engineers led by a Major Eduard Rubin were investigating the possibilities offered by enclosing the lead bullet in a protective jacket of copper alloy.
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