Lot 1549: 9 BARRELLED ACTIONS.

Est: $1,000 - $1,700
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May 7, 2018, 10:00 AM EST
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Description: 1) BRNO MODEL VZ24. Cal. 6.5x57. S# E2430. Complete 1937 dated action w/ modified bolt handle being turned down & swept back. 24" Light sporter bbl. w/ simple crown; inked "#3" (likely number of contour). In the white bbl. appears new, action has military trigger & guard screws. CONDITION: bbl. appears new, action good w/ typical finish loss. (18-196/NW). 2) JAPANESE MODEL 1903 SIAMESE MAUSER. Cal. 405 Win. S# 793. Consignor notes state: 22" bbl. by Douglas w/ machining to create tapered octagon having integral ramp at front plus raised rib at rear. Bolt face altered for cal. Receiver cleaned to in the white w/ trace of Japanese markings on rear bridge. CONDITION: new bbl. Blued bolt in military configuration missing extractor. Initial finishing preparation to receiver but bolt stop having patina. (18-197/NW). 3) REMINGTON MODEL 1917. Cal 8x68 Mag. S# 155456. In the white 24" sporter weight bbl. Rear receiver bridge filled & reground to match front. Mag. box lengthened & floorplate straightened. Complete bolt assembly w/ altered bolt handle shape & slight reduction of dog leg. Action stripped of small parts. CONDITION: near excellent bbl. Good appearing bolt. Beginning preparation to receiver. Trigger guard in original military shape w/ gloss finished floorplate having minor marks. (18-198/NW). 4) MEXICAN MAUSER MODEL 1936. Cal. 7mm Mauser. S# 51003.P. Sm. ring Mauser 98 action dated 1941. Rear receiver reshaped to FN configuration w/ bridges drilled & tapped for scope bases. Stripped action w/out bolt. 23 1/2" Bbl. partially configured to octagon shape w/ integral ramp at front & two raised portions on bottom allowing for ability to pin stock to bbl. Work in progress w/ approx. mark on bbl. indicating finish to 22". CONDITION: receiver prepared for final polishing. Bbl. in need of final finishing after milling process. (18-199/NW). 5) FIREARMS INTERNATION MODEL 98. Cal. 30 Luft Mag. S# 2461. Commercial Mauser style action. Drilled & tapped for scope bases. Altered bolt face w/ traces of Dykem blue. Stripped bolt w/ swept handle having bottom flattened & checkered. Bolt handle no. 1284. Hand tight 24" sporter weight bbl. CONDITION: new bbl. w/ mill finish. In the white almost finished bolt assembly. Action w/ hand wear & light marks in need of final polish. Rear receiver bridge w/ repaired drilled & tap hole having present rear hole eclipsing 1/4 of repaired hole. (18-200/NW). 6) SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1903. Cal. 30-06. S#1360197. Stripped receiver w/ Remington 10-43 bbl. CONDITION: good receiver w/ minimal parkerizing left due to hand wear. Good appearing bbl. w/ top midpoint stamped "458". Near excellent 2 groove bore. (18-202/NW). 7) MEXICAN MAUSER MODEL 1936. Cal 22-250. S# 59433P. 1934 Dated receiver w/ rear bridge configured to commercial shape. 24" Heavy bbl. w/ light taper. Left side of bbl. at point approximating stock line w/ 2 drilled & tapped 6-48 Unertl base style holes. Bridges of receiver drilled & tapped for scope bases. Steel cased adj. trigger. Military trigger guard slightly narrowed at rear & missing floorplate. Bolt face w/ end mill mark; likely for head spacing. Contoured & polished bolt handle. Military safety #35. CONDITION: missing extractor & bolt stop assemblies. New appearing bbl. having milled finish w/ near excellent bore. Typical wear on receiver & floorplate assembly w/ Dykem blue on rear bridge. (18-203/NW). 8) THE TEN X RIFLE CO. SLIDING BOLT. Cal. 22LR. S# 387. Company logo on front bridge indicates Liverpool & Birmingham. Tubular action w/ round bolt activated by Martini style lever. Large trigger guard assembly w/ odd appearing large tapered pin for lever pivot. Rear of receiver has large threaded bushing angled rearward for attachment purposes. Large 1" dovetail on top of receiver & flattened 1 1/8" area on left side. Matching numbered 29" bbl. stepped about 3 1/2" forward of receiver. CONDITION: good appearing refinished receiver. Lever has patina appearance. Very good appearing bolt. Spotty finish on bbl. throughout appearing caused by splattered chemicals. Light marks approx. midpoint of bbl. as if from clamping. Trigger guard area w/ peppery oxidation. Very good bore w/ appearance of slight wear. (18-204/NW). 9) SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1903. Cal. 30-06. S# 1410552. Action retains military trigger & bolt stop, all other parts missing. Springfield 3-39 star gauged bbl. fitted w/ Redfield globe sight in military base. Bbl. hand tight in action & not quite to matching witness marks. Underside of bbl. has 3/8" dovetail about 5 1/2" from receiver. Bottom stamped "P", approx. 3 1/2" from receiver. Right side of receiver drilled & tapped for sight. Top of bbl. about 6 1/2" from receiver stamped "A /159". CONDITION: good overall appearance w/ thinning throughout; especially action & rear portion of bbl. Front sight base has original military appearance. PROVENANCE: Estate Collection of Dennis "Denny" Lundmark. (18-205/NW). ALL MODERN. $1,000-1,700 for lot.
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