Swiss K11 Carbine, converted from a 1900 Short Rifle originally produced in 1901, in very good condition with 85% finish. 5/5 Bore. 4/5 Stock. All matching serial numbers.
On the right side of the stock there are mild to heavy gouges on the forward end of the butt. Heavy gouge forward of the bolt release lever, above the magazine. Scratches before the finger groove. Mild pressure marks above the finger groove. Light gouging between the barrel bands. On the left side of the stock there are light gouges throughout the butt. Light to mild gouging on the pistol grip. Scratches between the wrist and the finger groove. On the underside of the stock there is a heavy gouge on the butt. Light gouging around the magazine plate. Light gouging in front of the magazine plate. Light gouging and mild pressure marks along the comb. 1/2" crack on the top of the wrist at the receiver tang. Handguard has light gouging in front of the rear sight.
Receiver has lightly worn finish and light patina. Light scratches and light pitting throughout the receiver. Both barrel bands have heavily worn finish. Magazine plate has light to mild finish wear. Trigger guard has mildly worn finish and mild patina. Magazine has heavily worn finish.
P stamped receiver. 36 stamped below the serial number, indicating armory refurbishment in 1936.
Soldier's tag found behind the butt plate.
Includes muzzle cover and leather sling.
C&R Eligible. Import engraved.