I have an old Fabrica de armas oviedo 1915 Mauser 7mm rifle wondering what the value is?
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More information needed. Provide a detailed description of ALL markings, their location, barrel length, type of sights, sling swivels if any, stacking swivel if any, cleaning …rod if any, etc..
100-500 USD or so
50-200 or so
Between $250 and $300 in typical condition.
I would double check that rifle. If it truly is 7x57 (rather than the German standard 7.92x57), then it could be a number of things. It may not have been manufactured in Germa…ny, it may actually be a 7.92x57 Gewehr 98 (typically referred to as 8mm), or it is possible that it was one of the rifles manufactured under contract for export (Germany manufactured the 7x57 rifles which were exported to Brazil, South Africa, Mexico, and others), was unable to be delivered before Germany got too caught up in the war to provide shipping for them, and was pressed into service with a second line unit. I'd be interested to see the markings on this rifle, if at all possible. If you have photographs of them, you can email them to me (my email address is on my bio page).
No. No one can. There are a lot of custom rifle makers and major gun makers that make rifles chambered in 7x57
You could be looking at anywhere from $100 - $500, depending on condition. Possibly even up to $700 is it has any particularly rare markings. I'd really have to be able to see… it and examine it to narrow it down more than that. Most likely, you'd be looking more towards the central/lower end of those figures, though. Fabrica de Armas weapons had a tendency to have questionable quality control.
100-1000 USD or so depending on specifics
I have seen a few being sold for around $275 that were in great condition and I have seen others being sold for $75 to $100 that were in less than optimal condition. Does yo…ur rifle say 7.62 on it?
Your Spanish made Mauser rifle could be worth anywhere from $50-$300. Value of any gun is based on exact make, model, condition, and originality.
Military surplus. No private brand
\n. $100-$300, depending on excat model, markings and condition.
The Oviedo Arsenal in Spain.