Martin Hagn Custom Mannlicher, .243, 23 1/2" barrel, 7 lbs. 12 oz. (without scope), 14 5/8" LOP over a skeleton butt plate, cheek piece, steel grip cap, Oberndorf Mauser 66 action game scene engraved with mountain goats on the right and mountain lion and deer on the left, full length mannlicher stock, set trigger, buffalo horn inlay in the fore-end and horn muzzle tip, express sights, claw mounts, Hensoldt Wetzlar 1.5-6x scope. Beautiful rifle in excellent condition. Hagn's standard magazine rifles today start at $14,500 without engraving.
Martin Hagn was born in Munich, Germany in 1943. From age 7 to 14 Martin attended public school. Subsequently he attended the Gunmaker School in Ferlach, Austria from age 14 to 19. In Ferlach he completed four years of gunmaking training and one year of stockmaking. Upon graduation from the Gunmakers School Martin worked for Griffin & Howe in New York, where he stayed until 1966. After leaving Griffin & Howe Martin worked for Howard's Gun Shop in Alaska. After returning to Germany in the spring of 1967 Martin worked for Kettner Company in Cologne, Krieghoff in Ulm and Oberhammer in Cologne, to gain more experience. In 1969 Martin achieved his Master Gunmaker Degree in Munich. From 1970 to 1985 Martin operated his own shop in Germany where he focused on building the Hagn Single Shot rifle of his own design. He also made stocks for Hartmann & Weiss in Hamburg and custom fitted stocks for Olympic Gold Medal winner Conrad Wirnhier. In 1985, Martin moved to Canada and has been building custom rifles ever since.
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