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#6907820 - 10/03/17 05:17 PM Just picked up a Brazilian mauser converted to 7.62x39, info?
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Registered: 10/27/16
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I heard century had made these as a limited run but can't find much online about it. I will put up pics when I get home, any info would be great.

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#6907976 - 10/03/17 07:17 PM Re: Just picked up a Brazilian mauser converted to 7.62x39, info? [Re: HandyMan91]
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#6907985 - 10/03/17 07:24 PM Re: Just picked up a Brazilian mauser converted to 7.62x39, info? [Re: HandyMan91]
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Well here she is, I took pictures of all the markings, I'm really just interested in if this is a custom gun or if there were any companies selling this already converted commercially. The barrel is obviously modern/new from looking at the rifling, it wasn't a rebore or sleeve job from what I can see. The mag well has a rear spacer and a poly follower so I believe that was part of the conversion. Can't find any markings on barrel to indicate a manufacturer, may need to pull the stock off. Either way I'm super excited, I've been searching for a bolt gun in 7.62x39 but haven't wanted to shell out the cash for a CZ or ruger, plus this one has some character

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#6908019 - 10/03/17 07:48 PM Re: Just picked up a Brazilian mauser converted to 7.62x39, info? [Re: HandyMan91]
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Registered: 04/08/12
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Numrich and Rhineland both made a conversion kit, was gonna do a spare mauser I had with a bad barrel, but someone made me an offer on it. Not sure if anyone did a any commercial conversions

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#6908063 - 10/03/17 08:24 PM Re: Just picked up a Brazilian mauser converted to 7.62x39, info? [Re: HandyMan91]
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Originally Posted By: HandyMan91
Well here she is, I took pictures of all the markings, I'm really just interested in if this is a custom gun or if there were any companies selling this already converted commercially. The barrel is obviously modern/new from looking at the rifling, it wasn't a rebore or sleeve job from what I can see. The mag well has a rear spacer and a poly follower so I believe that was part of the conversion. Can't find any markings on barrel to indicate a manufacturer, may need to pull the stock off. Either way I'm super excited, I've been searching for a bolt gun in 7.62x39 but haven't wanted to shell out the cash for a CZ or ruger, plus this one has some character

If it shoots that should be the ticket then....
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#6909344 - 10/04/17 09:55 PM Re: Just picked up a Brazilian mauser converted to 7.62x39, info? [Re: HandyMan91]
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Registered: 01/26/13
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Not sure about the Mauser, but I did own a CZ 527 in 7.62x39. If it had been a left-handed bolt, I'd still own it.

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#6913486 - 10/08/17 09:16 PM Re: Just picked up a Brazilian mauser converted to 7.62x39, info? [Re: HandyMan91]
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Well I pulled the stock off it so I could clean the mag well out and found this little gem, a boyds bold trigger for 94/98 mauser. Looks adjustable, there not pricy or anything, but way better than stock. Haven't made it out to shoot her yet though

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