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What is the value of a Deutsche Waffen und Munitionsfabriken Berlin 1909 rifle?


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2012-05-07 02:32:55
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270 mauser modelo argentino deutsche waffen-und munitionsfabriken a2608 berlin B

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Impossible to say without more information. Value of any gun is based on exact make, model, condition, and originality. You MAY have a Mauser K-98, in good condition worth $200-350, but there are dozens of variants, in all sorts of condition. You will need a hands on appraisal. Visit local gu shop, or local gun show.

Not possible answer this without more information- you have told us who made the gun (DWM, the German national arms company) and where (Berlin)- but nothing about the gun. While this MAY be an 8mm Mauser type rifle, the 8mm cartridge was made in 2 different versions at different times. The safest route to an accurate answer will be to have a gunsmith examine your rifle. Many military surplus rifles have been rechambered for civilian cartridges different from the original caliber- a gunsmith can tell this.

Really can't say- not enough information. POSSIBLY a Spanish Mauser, but could be others (Most of South America also speaks Spanish) 1806 is not a date, since DWM did not exist then, nor did cartridge rifles.

Provide a detailed description of all markings, finish, barrel length, finish on all parts of the rifle and type of finish on the stock.

It is most likely the makers stamp although it is hard to tell without seeing it properly.

That little shotgun was made by Deutsche Werke, a German company that had operations in Kiel, Berlin, and Erfurt. The Erfurt plant made the shotgun and a youth 22 rifle with the same loading and firing mechanism. They were more famous for making the Ortgies pocket pistol, a semi-automatic in various calibers. These arms were made from 1919 until some time in the 1930s. The pistols can be found regularly on the online auctions, and the 22 rifles less often. The shotguns are even rarer, but not of great value. I saw two offered online in the past couple of years, and the price was around $250 - $450.

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I can start you in the right direction.This was a military contract for the model 1895 mauser by the chilean government.These rifles and carbines were produced by mauser at there facility of loew in Berlin Germany. they produced four different types of 1895 mauser,the 1895 rifle army model,1895 rifle anchor crest,model 1895 short rifle,and 1895 carbine.these are good quality mauser small ring rifles.please remember that they cannot with stand the pressures of the large ring 1898 rifle.

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