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Mexico D.F. Model 1910 receiver, dated 1931


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Location (State):
Colorado (CO)
Colorado


Member For:
15 Years 8 Months
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HIGH BID: $135.00
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Auction: 11468286

Auction Type:
Reserve
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History:
8 Bids ($1.00 starting bid)
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Bid Increment:
$1.00
Auction Start:
(October 30, 2012 19:30:00 PT)
Auction Ended:
(November 13, 2012 19:30:00 PT)

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Seller's Description

Mexico D.F. Model 1910 receiver, dated 1931


Model 1910 Mexican Mauser Small Ring Receiver dated 1931



This auction is for a Model 1910 Fabrica Nacional De Armas Mexico D.F. receiver. The Mexican Crest and the 1931 date on the top of the receiver have been partially ground/sanded off (see photos). These receivers are known as "Small Ring" Mexican Mausers. The receiver ring is 1.30" dia. and the receiver is 8.50" in length, with mounting screw spacing of 7.620" center-to-center. There are a few small lightly pitted spots on the left side of the receiver and one small spot just above the Mexican Crest. There is some discoloration (dark spots) on the receiver. The magazine floor plate and trigger guard have been sanded on the bottom side. The rest of magazine floor plate and trigger guard are blued. The bolt looks very good, no rust or corrosion evident.


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PAYMENT & SHIPPING:

You are bidding on a Model 1910 Mexican Mauser Small Ring Receiver dated 1931 in good condition. We will ship only to a licensed FFL or C&R Dealer. Buyer pays for shipping which includes packaging, carrier fees & insurance. Payment can be Money Order, Cashier’s Check or Personal Check which must clear before shipping (allow 10 days), NO Credit Cards, Pay-Pal or Gun-Pal. Shipping is by USPS insured (or other method chosen by the shipper) with an estimated cost of approx. $18.00 to $25.00 depending on packaged weight, your address within your ZIP Code (if by UPS) and insured value. Know your local laws before bidding, especially if you are a resident of CA, CT, DC, NY, NJ, HI, IL, MA, MD.

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    Q:  Is this Fabrica Nacional De Armas Mexico D.F. Model 1910 receiver, dated 1931" complete, and not missing any parts? 11/02/2012
        A:  It is as shown in the photos, there are no trigger parts, no sear parts, no bolt stop parts, there are two ejectors but don't know if they are for this receiver but were included and there are no floor plate catch parts. We are not mauser knowledgeable so don't know if there is anything else. Regards, Bill & Jon 11/03/2012