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Lot 3511: A repeating rifle Hensel, Rothenburg ob der Tauber
27 October 2016
Munich, Bavaria, GermanyLive Auction
Description: Cal. .300 Win. Mag., no. 1469.577. Austrian proof mark. Bright bore, length 65 cm. Octagonal barrel made from Böhler special barrel steel. Mauser 98 system with bolt handle running close to weapon. German hair trigger. Additional slide safety on stock wrist. Action case with maple leaf engraving. Magazine plate cover engraved with maple leaves and on them bear's head in silver inlay. Thumb-hole stock made of grained root wood. On pistol grip ending silver inlay wood intarsia of jumping puma. Forearm leads to plastically portrayed mouflon head. Strong Pachmayr butt cap. Rear scope base mounted. Front base still to be mounted. Former display weapon in mint condition. Manufactured by arms engineer Jürgen Hensel. Engraving and carving by Gerda Hensel. Test target of 2012 included. Length 117,5 cm. Erlaubnispflichtig
Condition Report: I
Notes: Moderne Jagdwaffen