Swiss K11 Carbine, produced in 1917, in very good condition with 80% finish. 4/5 Bore (bright bore, slightly worn rifling). 5/5 Stock. Stock and handguard matching serial numbers. Bolt matching serial number. Magazine matching serial number.
Tiger stripe pattern in the stock. Multiple dark/black spots present throughout the furniture. Stock has likely been sanded and refinished near the butt as the Swiss military acceptance stamp is barely visible, and a clear coat varnish has been applied. On the right side of the stock, there are two small marks found just below the comb, with several more of these small marks found on the top of the stock at the comb. Above the finger groove is a scratch just below the woodline. On the left side of the stock, there is a scratch below the rear sling mount, light wear at the woodline below the end of the receiver, and a light to mild pressure mark before the finger groove. The handguard has multiple light to mild pressure marks along the top of the handguard, particularly in between the two barrel bands.
Receiver has mild to moderate finish wear throughout as well as patina throughout. Mild edge wear around the loading slot. Light edge wear around the top two lightening cuts and slightly lighter finish wear around the left side lightening cut. Both barrel band have heavy finish wear and mild patina. Magazine plate bluing is heavily worn and with mild patina. Trigger guard is nearly in the white and has mild patina. Magazine has mild to moderate finish wear, also with mild patina.
Receiver is P stamped.
Both bolt knobs are cracked.
Unable to remove the butt plate to check for a soldier's tag.
Includes muzzle cover and leather sling.
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The Karabiner Model 1911 (K11) is the shorter, lighter, carbine model of the Swiss 1911 rifle. It is a magazine fed, straight pull, bolt action rifle chambered in 7.5x55mm Swiss Gewehrpatrone 1911 (GP11). Though the 1911 rifle ceased production in 1919, the K11 was produced through 1933 as the Swiss military realized the benefit of outfitting their service members with shorter, lighter, carbines.