This SIAMESE MAUSER was likely a 8x52 or 8x50 conversion built on a 45/66 Mauser action. Called Siam now Thailand. Many imported and converted by Navy Arms, Gibbs Rifle Co. and others in the late '60s and early 70's. Likely Fajen stock, Douglas barrel and Bold/Timney trigger, with bow mag release. Massive BIG BORE 45-70 Government Bolt-Action Rifle, See thru base. Missing GRS on rear Williams sight. Select grade Walnut, ebony tipped stock with cheek rest and Pachmyer recoil pad. Deep blued 26 1/2" barrel measures .70 at muzzle and .850 at fore end. Trigger breaks like glass at 3 lbs. Button release steel floor plate. Cycles the big 45-70 rounds smoothly. Very accurate. One small chip near loading port, minor dings from carry and storage. Bore is bright and rifling excellent. Original Bolt handle turned down showing excellent weld at bend. These rifles originally were built with dust covers, which were removed during the conversion process. This is a serious heavy game working rifle for any North American hunting.
Weight is 9lbs.
Rifle stock shows some wear from use, but the bluing and bore are very good to excellent-(bore)
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