Swiss K11 Carbine, produced in 1916, in good condition with 70% finish. 4/5 Bore (lightly worn rifling, light pitting). 4/5 Stock. All matching serial numbers. With matching bayonet.
Both bolt knobs are cracked.
Tiger striping throughout the stock and handguard.
On the right side of the stock there is a heavy gouge on the pistol grip. Light gouging and a heavy pressure mark around the finger groove. Light gouging before the rear barrel band. On the left side of the stock there is a heavy pressure mark on the butt in front of the sling mount. Light gouging between the wrist and finger groove. On the underside of the stock there are mild gouges at the rear of the butt and light gouging before the pistol grip. Mild pressure mark and a light gouge in front of the rear barrel band. Light gouge at the rear of the comb near the heel. On the right side of the handguard, there is a heavy pressure mark below the rear sight and light gouging near the front sight. On the top side of the handguard there are heavy pressure marks in front of the rear sight and mild pressure marks and light gouges in front of the rear barrel band.
Receiver finish is heavily worn. Both barrel bands have heavily worn finish and mild patina. Magazine plate has an area that is in the white between the trigger guard and magazine. Trigger guard has heavily worn finish and light surface marks. Magazine has heavily worn finish.
P stamped receiver. 30 stamped below the serial number, indicating armory refurbishment in 1930.
Soldier's tag found behind the butt plate.
Includes leather sling.
Includes matching model 1918 bayonet produced by Waffenfabrik Neuhausen, with scabbard and leather frog.
Blade has light surface marks. Light gouging on the right side grip. Heavy pitting on the pommel.
Scabbard has mildly worn finish, spots of heavy pitting, and light scratches. Leather frog was made by Otto Strubin of Liestal (Basel-Landschaft) in 1917. "WENGER" is scratched into the back side of the frog.
C&R Eligible. Import engraved.