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    Swiss Martini Schutzen 300 Meter International Target Rifle. Serial no. 737, 8.15mm x 40 caliber, 32 3/8-inch octagonal barrel. Dovetailed blade ramp front sight. Adjustable rear sight with right side marked with pattern registration: D.R.G.M./+94036. Blued finish. Blued receiver with Martini-style rotating nickel-plated block. Receiver with Swiss proof marks. Right side engraved Luzern and left side engraved Heinr Ryffel. Double set triggers. Fancy, serpentine integral triggerguard/lever. Figured walnut stock. Forearm with wedge keeper. Target rifle buttstock with cheekrest, thumb rest and key adjustable rear of stock. Blued Schutzen-style buttplate. Sold together with attachable ball palm rest. 13.8 lbs. Condition: Excellent. Retaining approximately 92-95% original finish throughout. Blue slightly thinning and showing fine edge wear. Scattered handling wear to stock. Bright, sharp bore.

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    December, 2012
    9th Sunday
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