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Would this fir a SAKO / MAUSER ?

Discussion in 'Members Projects' started by eddsako, Jan 17, 2014.

  1. eddsako

    eddsako Banned

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    I need a floor plate for a sako/Mauser and found this would it go straight onto a sako/Mauser model of the era./ ????[h=1]1909 Argentine Action DWM[/h] floor.jpg

     

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    misako50 Sako-addicted

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    ED-I think the 1909 was a 95 and not a 98 action. It will probably not be a fit. In any event, a tracing of your old one could be sent to the owner of the pictured action and then you could tell better.-Misako
     
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    Hi Guys

    The 1909 Argentine is definitely a 98. One of the most sort after actions for custom builds and often referred to as the crown jewel for custom actions (some say its a little soft). Part of this reason was the floor plate had a half moon trigger guard floor plate release. I'm unsure if it will go onto the sako mauser which is an FN? Likely it would, but I don't know for certain.

    A custom 1909 Argentine for your enjoyment http://www.dismalriverarmory.com/wiebemauser270sold.html

    Cheers John
     
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    Thanks Topgear.- Sneaky way to get Ed an answer. I don't have the old Argentine anymore but it was an excellent old shooter. Took a good peek at the custom. Love the front sight. Nice touch I have not seen before.---Misako
     
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    I would have said that an Argentine Mauser was a bit shorter than a regular 98 or an FN, but I'm no expert on Mausers.
     
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