W+F Bern Swiss 1911 - 416xx9
Swiss 1911 Infantry Rifle, produced in 1916, in good condition with 75% original finish. 3/5 bore (dull bore, mild pitting throughout). 3/5 Stock. Stock and handguard matching serial numbers. Bolt matching serial number. Magazine matching serial number.
On the right side of the stock, there are surface scrapes and moderate to heavy pressure marks throughout the butt. Heavy pressure mark on the grip. Several scratches and mild pressure marks in between the bolt release lever and the left side of the finger groove. Mild to fair pressure marks above the finger groove and a light pressure mark on the bottom edge of the finger groove. Fair to moderate pressure marks along the forearm. On the left side of the stock, there are several fair to moderate pressure marks around the butt. Gouging and heavy pressure marks on the grip. Heavy handling wear between the grip and the right side of the finger groove, with dark staining and multiple fair pressure marks and light gouging. Mild pressure marks and a few light gouges between the left side of the finger groove and the rear barrel band. Fair to moderate pressure marks and a few light gouges on the forearm between the two barrel bands. On the underside of the stock, there are multiple pressure marks on and around the pistol grip. Gouge on the rear of the pistol grip and on the underside of the grip. Mild pressure marks before the rear barrel band. Mild gouge and scratches across the rear barrel band spring. The comb of the stock is stamped for Canton Neuchatel. Mild to fair pressure marks throughout the handguard. There is a larger, Moderate pressure mark on the top side before the rear barrel band.
Receiver has mild finish wear, light pitting, and surface marks throughout. Heavier finish wear and light patina over the chamber. Fair edge wear around the loading slot, the lightening cuts, and the forward and rear edges. Both barrel bands have mild finish wear, mild patina, and light scratches. Fair to moderate finish wear on the magazine plate. Moderate to heavy finish wear and multiple surface marks on the trigger guard. Heavy finish wear and light pitting on the magazine.
Receiver is P 53 stamped, indicating privatization in 1953.
Includes muzzle cover and leather sling.
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