Swiss 1911 Infantry Rifle, produced in 1913, in very good condition with 80% original finish. 4/5 Bore (small spots of light pitting down the bore). 4/5 Stock. Stock and handguard matching serial numbers. Bolt matching serial number. Magazine matching serial number.
Stock has a faint tiger stripe pattern around the butt and on the grip on the left side. Finish is worn around the butt. Various light pressure marks throughout the stock. On the right side of the stock there are a pair of gouges to the left of the finger groove and a small scrape to the right of the finger groove. Before the rear barrel band there is a light surface gouge and a light scrape. On the left side of the stock there is a gouge about halfway between the rear sling mount and the grip, and a gouge on the pistol grip. To the right of the finger groove there are a few small very light to light gouges. Numerous light pressure marks found along the forearm. On the underside of the stock there are some scratches at the toe. On the forearm near the rear barrel band there is a small cluster of small gouges. The handguard has a small gouge on the edge, adjacent to the ferrule. There are numerous pressure marks in between the two barrel bands, multiple gouges along the top side, and a large but shallow gouge on the top side near the rear barrel band.
Receiver finish is lightly worn throughout with light to mild patina. There are some spots of heavier finish wear on the right side near the bolt handle. Mild edge wear around the loading slot. Light edge wear around the lightening cuts. Fair edge wear at the rear of the receiver and light edge wear at the front of the receiver and barrel step. Fair to moderate finish wear and mild patina on the rear barrel band. Light finish wear and light patina on the front barrel band. Mild to fair finish wear on the magazine plate. Moderate to heavy finish wear on the trigger guard. Magazine base is approaching white.
There appears to be a poorly struck P stamp above the receiver's serial number. "33" stamp below the serial number indicates armory refurbishment in 1933.
C&R Eligible. Import engraved.