VZ 24 BRNO (Zbrojovka BRNO) VZ 24 8mm Mauser

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Description: VZ 24 BRNO (Zbrojovka BRNO) 8mm Mauser caliber rifle. THIS CZ PRODUCED VZ.24 BOLT ACTION RIFLE is a Romanian contract rifle It has a good bore and is in Fair overall condition with no cracks in the wood . The finish looks to have been buffed or polished off but the metal is in good shape There are no numbers on the gun other then the serial number on the action and stock and these are matching Serial Number OR2XXX I am including this research on the gun that I found On Wikipedia The vz. 24 rifle] is a rifle designed and produced in Czechoslovakia from 1924 to 1942. It was developed from the Mauser Gewehr 98 line, though is not a clone of any specific Mauser model. The fit and finish are of the highest quality.It was a new design, featuring a 600 mm (23.6") barrel which was shorter and more handy than the 150 mm-longer Gewehr 98. FN and Mauser Oberndorf produced similar-length Model 98 variants, the latter designating it the "Standard-Modell'. The thinking was, as with the British SMLE and US Springfield, that a short rifle gave away little in ballistic efficiency at combat ranges, but was easier to handle on account of its shorter length."vz." is an abbreviation for vzor, which translates as model; "24" represents the year of the design, 1924, and the rifle replaced the 98/22 Mauser that was in production before it. The vz. 24 was produced in Brno and Považská Bystrica (from 1938–1942). The Czechoslovakian Armaments Factory started making specially designated vz. 24s in 1938 after the German invasion. Romania was part of the Axis during World War II. "Romanian" vz. 24s have a letter followed by an "R" in the serial number; for example SR 1XXX. Romanian vz. 24s "AR", "BR", "CR"... all the way through "YR" represent different periods of manufacturing, no rifle with "ZR" has been found. The Czechs made 25,000 rifles for each period roughly totaling 625,000 Romanian vz. 24s. Romanian vz. 24's saw action in Ukraine, Bessarabia, and Stalingrad in the hands of Romanian Soldiers fighting for the Axis. It was not until 1944 that Romania joined the Allies.$35 shipping This can be shipped to a C&R license 3-day inspection period begins the day your FFL receives the Firearm. If I have your E-mail address I will notify you that the firearm has been delivered. Returns accepted only if merchandise is not as advertised or pictured. To prevent misunderstandings please be sure of what you are buying before purchasing don’t hesitate to ask questions or request more pictures. . We do not refund shipping fees and you are responsible for shipping fees to return insured. All returns must be postmarked on the third day after your FFL receives the Firearm. You are also responsible for making sure you can legally purchase this gun in your State of residence I am verified to ship to California. No sales Internationally We accept cashiers check or money order only must be shipped to an FFL. If you do not possess a Federal Firearms License, please arrange for transfer to an FFL in your area and provide a Signed Copy of your Dealer's FFL for our records.

Condition: Used - See Item Description
Caliber: 8mm (all)
Location: CO

Trades Accepted: No

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Item #: 979146851
Seller Since: Aug. 2008
Seller Level: Local Connect
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State: CO

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