Swiss 1911 Infantry Rifle, produced in 1915, in good condition with 80% original finish. 3/5 Bore (dull bore, spots of light to mild pitting throughout). 3/5 Stock. Stock and handguard matching serial numbers. Bolt matching serial number. Magazine matching serial number.
Furniture has mild to fair finish wear, with some areas of heavy finish wear, and pressure marks throughout. On the right side of the stock, there are multiple mild to heavy pressure marks around the butt of the stock, a long scratch below the comb, and some marks of paint transfer. To the left of the finger groove there are some light scratches and there are some marks at the woodline. Before the rear barrel band there is some light gouging, and there is some light rash on the forearm just below the woodline in front of the rear barrel band. On the left side of the stock, there are a pair of long gouges at the butt and several long pressure marks near the grip. Heavy handling wear from the grip to the finger groove, with rash at the woodline, some scrapes, and several heavy pressure marks. Heavy gouge before the rear barrel band which extends onto the handguard. There are three heavy gouges on the comb. There are many light to mild pressure marks throughout the handguard
The handguard is somewhat bowed in between the two barrel bands, resulting in a larger gap on the left side between the stock and handguard.
Fair finish wear, light patina, and light pitting throughout the receiver, with heavy finish wear at the rear of the receiver on the left side. Moderate edge wear around the loading slot, mild to fair edge wear around the lightening cuts. Moderate to heavy finish wear and mild patina on the rear barrel band. Light finish wear and light edge wear on the front barrel band. Fair to moderate finish wear around the front sight base and at the muzzle. Fair finish wear on the magazine plate with an area of moderate finish wear in between the trigger guard and magazine. Heavy finish wear on the trigger guard. Mild to fair finish wear on the magazine.
Receiver is P 57 stamped indicating privatization in 1957. 25 stamped below the serial number indicating armory refurbishment in 1925.
Bottom bolt knob is chipped.
Includes leather sling.
C&R Eligible. Import engraved.